Research Publications for Armon J Tamatea
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Day, A., Tamatea, A. J., Casey, S., & Geia, L. (2018). Assessing violence risk with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders: considerations for forensic practice. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 1-13. doi:10.1080/13218719.2018.1467804
Tamatea, A. J. (2017). Culture is our business: Issues and challenges for forensic and correctional psychologists. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 49(5), 564-578. doi:10.1080/00450618.2016.1237549
Tamatea, A. J. (2017). The last defence against gang crime: Exploring community approaches to gang member reintegration. Practice - The New Zealand Corrections Journal, 5(2), 55-61.
Tamatea, A. (2016). Psychopaths and three reasons why we need them. In TEDx Tauranga: What Fits Your Future?, Mt Maunganui, Tauranga, New Zealand.
Tamatea, A. J. (2016). Young people, trauma & gangs. In Youth Forensic Mental Health Hui, Napier, New Zealand.
Tamatea, A. (2016). Gangs, identity & reintegration: Advancing knowledge in Police contexts. In Auckland Metro Regional Police, Maori Internal Support Network Forum (MISN), Te Wānanga o Aotearoa (TWoA), Mangere, Auckland, New Zealand.
Tamatea, A. J. (2016). Culture is our business: Issues and challenges for forensic and correctional psychologists. In ANZFSS 23rd International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences: Together InForming Justice. Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand.
Tamatea, A., & Boer, D. P. (2016). Risk assessment and culture: Issues for research and practice. In The Wiley Handbook on the Theories, Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offending (pp. 1181-1200). Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781118574003.wattso054
Tamatea, A. J., Patel, S., & Skelton, A. (2016). Hard, soft, fuzzy & distinct: Towards an ecological perspective of risk assessment. In 36th ANZAPPL Annual Congress: The Perils of Belief: Contending with the consequences of cults, conspiracy and contagion. Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand.
Tamatea, A., & Gledhill, K. (2016). The respondent admits calling the applicant a Psychopathic Bitch: Extent and appropriateness of psychopathy in New Zealand and Australian Courts. In New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference (NZPsS): Psychology without Borders. Conference held at Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand.