Research Publications for Armon J Tamatea

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  • Tamatea, A., Day, A., & Geia, L. (2019). Towards effective throughcare approaches for Indigenous people leaving prison in Australia and New Zealand (Research Brief 25). Australian Institute of Criminology.

  • Tamatea, A., & Day, A. (2019). Indigenous offenders: Issues and challenges for Correctional Psychologists. In D. Polaschek, A. Day, & C. Hollin (Eds.), The Wiley International Handbook of Correctional Psychology (pp. 282-296). John Wiley & Sons Ltd.. doi:10.1002/9781119139980.ch18

  • Tamatea, A. (2018). “I know our people”: Exploring community approaches to gang member reintegration II. Practice - The New Zealand Corrections Journal, 6(1), 65-72.

  • Tamatea, A. (2018). Psychological reports regarding convicted offenders. In New Zealand Psychological Society Jubilee Conference. Conference held at The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Myers, J., & Tamatea, A. (2018). What do we expect of New Zealand clinical psychology trainees. In New Zealand Psychological Society Jubilee Conference. Conference held at The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Tamatea, A., Lascelles, N., & Blackwell, S. (2018). Psychological reports for the courts on persons convicted of criminal offending. In F. Seymour, A. Tamatea, & S. Blackwell (Eds.), Psychology and the Law in Aotearoa New Zealand (2nd edition) (2nd ed., pp. 193-220). The New Zealand Psychological Society.

  • Tamatea, A. J., & Waipara-Panapa, A. (2018). Māori, psychology, and the law: Challenges and opportunities for practitioners. In F. Seymour, S. Blackwell, & A. Tamatea (Eds.), Psychology and the Law in Aotearoa in New Zealand (2nd edition) (2nd ed., pp. 11-42). The New Zealand Psychological Society.

  • Day, A., Tamatea, A., & Geia, L. (2018). Scientific inquiry and offender rehabilitation: the importance of epistemic and prudential values. Psychology, Crime & Law, -online, 1-12. doi:10.1080/1068316X.2018.1543422

  • Seymour, F., Blackwell, S., & Tamatea, A. (2018). Introduction. In F. Seymour, S. Blackwell, & A. Tamatea (Eds.), Psychology and the Law in Aotearoa New Zealand (2nd edition) (2nd ed., pp. 1-2). The New Zealand Psychological Society.

  • Seymour, F., Blackwell, S., & Tamatea, A. (Eds.) (2018). Psychology and the Law in Aotearoa New Zealand (2nd ed.). The New Zealand Psychological Society.

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