Roxanne Khan
Roxanne Khan
Director of HARM (Honour Abuse Research Matrix) | Senior Lecturer, Forensic Psychology | UCLan
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Sexually coercive tactics used by university students: A clear role for primary psychopathy
LC Muņoz, R Khan, L Cordwell
Journal of Personality Disorders 25 (1), 28-40, 2011
Risk factors for severe inter-sibling violence: A preliminary study of a youth forensic sample
R Khan, DJ Cooke
Journal of interpersonal violence 23 (11), 1513-1530, 2008
The normalization of sibling violence: Does gender and personal experience of violence influence perceptions of physical assault against siblings?
R Khan, P Rogers
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30 (3), 437-458, 2015
Measurement of sibling violence: A two-factor model of severity
R Khan, DJ Cooke
Criminal Justice and Behavior 40 (1), 26-39, 2013
Honour-Related Violence (HRV) in Scotland: A cross-and multi-agency intervention involvement survey
R Khan
International Journal of Criminology, 1-8, 2007
Attitudes towards ‘honor’violence and killings in collectivist cultures
R Khan
The Routledge International Handbook of Human Aggression: Current Issues and …, 2018
‘Honour’-based violence in a British South Asian community
R Khan, S Saleem, M Lowe
Safer Communities 17 (1), 11-21, 2018
Students, sex, and psychopathy: Borderline and psychopathy personality traits are differently related to women and men's use of sexual coercion, partner poaching, and promiscuity
R Khan, G Brewer, S Kim, LCM Centifanti
Personality and Individual Differences 107, 72-77, 2017
Repeat victimisation, retraumatisation and victim vulnerability
N Graham-Kevan, M Brooks, VJ Willan, M Lowe, P Robinson, R Khan, ...
The Open Criminology Journal 8, 36-48, 2015
Attitudes toward intimate partner “honor”-based violence in India, Iran, Malaysia and Pakistan
M Lowe, R Khan, V Thanzami, M Barzy, R Karmaliani
Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 2018
A qualitative examination of engagement with support services by victims of violent crime
J Bryce, M Brooks, P Robinson, R Stokes, M Irving, N Graham-Kevan, ...
International review of victimology 22 (3), 239-255, 2016
The experience of inter-sibling violence (ISV) in a sample of 11-to-19-year-old youths.
R Khan, D Cooke
Victims and offenders: Chapters in psychology and law, 155-160, 2004
Psychosocial influences that motivate young offenders to engage in a non-custodial community intervention
M Brooks, R Khan
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 26 (3), 351-367, 2015
‘Honour’abuse: the experience of South Asians who identify as LGBT in North West England.
R Khan, B Hall, M Lowe
HARM: Honor Abuse Research Matrix, 2017
Sibling violence: Validating a two-factor model of severity in nonoffender populations.
R Khan
Psychology of Violence 7 (4), 498, 2017
Predictors of engagement with support services in a sample of UK victims of violent crime.
M Lowe, VJ Willan, R Khan, M Brooks, P Robinson, N Graham-Kevan, ...
British Journal of Community Justice 13 (3), 21-34, 2016
Posttraumatic stress symptoms mediate the relationship between adverse childhood experiences, avoidant personality traits and resilience
B Rawlins, M Brooks, R Khan
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping, 1-12, 2020
The role of emotional resilience, childhood parentification, and attachment style on antisocial behaviour in adulthood: a comparison of an offender and normative population
A McGauran, M Brooks, R Khan
Journal of Criminal Psychology, 2019
Antigay “honor” abuse: A multinational attitudinal study of collectivist-versus individualist-orientated populations in Asia and England
M Lowe, R Khan, V Thanzami, M Barzy, R Karmaliani
Journal of interpersonal violence, 0886260519838493, 2019
Introduction to the special issue on honour-based abuse, violence and killings
R Khan
Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 2018
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