Research Publications for Armon J Tamatea
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Day, A., Newton, D., & Tamatea, A. (2021). A Scoping Review of Family Focussed Interventions to Prevent Prison Violence. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. doi:10.1177/0306624X211023917
Tamatea, A., & Gillett, G. (2021). The interaction between genes, neurotransmitters, and upbringing in antisocial conduct. In A. Felthous, & H. Saß (Eds.), The Wiley International Handbook on Psychopathic Disorders and the Law, (Vol. 1, second ed., pp. 221-248). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. doi:10.1002/9781119159322.ch9
Tamatea, A. (2019). Survivance at the interface between criminal justice psychology, offender risk management, and indigeneity. In NAISA Conference 2019. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
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. (2019). The interface between risk assessment practices, cultural safety, community support, and human rights and dignity. In International Corrections and Prisons Association Conference. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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.
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.
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.
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.