Ruth J. Tully
Ruth J. Tully
Forensic Psychologist & Clinical Lead at Tully Forensic Psychology Ltd (HCPC Registered Psychologist
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A systematic review on the effectiveness of sex offender risk assessment tools in predicting sexual recidivism of adult male sex offenders
RJ Tully, S Chou, KD Browne
Clinical Psychology Review 33 (2), 287-316, 2013
Sexual murder typologies: A systematic review
T Higgs, AJ Carter, RJ Tully, KD Browne
Aggression and violent behavior 35, 1-12, 2017
The triarchic psychopathy measure (TriPM): Alternative to the PCL-R?
L Evans, RJ Tully
Aggression and Violent Behavior 27, 79-86, 2016
The use of the State–Trait Anger Expression Inventory–II with forensic populations: A psychometric critique
S Schamborg, RJ Tully, KD Browne
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 60 (11 …, 2016
Understanding revenge pornography: Public perceptions of revenge pornography and victim blaming
S Bothamley, RJ Tully
Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 2018
Volunteering with sex offenders: The attitudes of volunteers toward sex offenders, their treatment, and rehabilitation
N Kerr, RJ Tully, B Völlm
Sexual Abuse 30 (6), 659-675, 2018
The influence of impulsivity and the Dark Triad on self-reported aggressive driving behaviours
L Ball, R Tully, V Egan
Accident Analysis & Prevention 120, 130-138, 2018
Appraising the Risk Matrix 2000 static sex offender risk assessment tool
RJ Tully, KD Browne
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 59 (2 …, 2015
An examination of the predictive validity of the structured assessment of risk and need–treatment needs analysis (SARN-TNA) in England and Wales
RJ Tully, KD Browne, LA Craig
Criminal justice and behavior 42 (5), 509-528, 2015
Psychometric properties in forensic application of the Screening Version of the Psychopathy Checklist
T Higgs, RJ Tully, KD Browne
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 62 (7 …, 2018
The differences between sex offenders who victimise older women and sex offenders who offend against children
KD Browne, M Hines, RJ Tully
Aging & mental health 22 (1), 11-18, 2018
Components underlying sex offender treatment refusal: An exploratory analysis of the Treatment Refusal Scale—Sex Offender version
SJ Brown, RJ Tully
Journal of sexual aggression 20 (1), 69-84, 2014
A case study demonstrating the effectiveness of an adapted-DBT program upon increasing adaptive emotion management skills, with an individual diagnosed with mild learning …
S Ashworth, P Mooney, RJ Tully
Journal of Forensic Psychology Research and Practice 17 (1), 38-60, 2017
Do adult males with antisocial personality disorder (with and without co-morbid psychopathy) have deficits in emotion processing and empathy? A systematic review
J Marsden, C Glazebrook, R Tully, B Völlm
Aggression and violent behavior 48, 197-217, 2019
Validation of the Paulhus Deception Scales (PDS) in the UK and examination of the links between PDS and personality
RJ Tully, T Bailey
Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 2017
The SAPAS, personality traits, and personality disorder
L Ball, RJ Tully, V Egan
Journal of personality disorders 31 (3), 385-398, 2017
Autism awareness training for youth offending team staff members
S Ashworth, RJ Tully
Advances in Autism, 2017
Adapted DBT programme for individuals with intellectual disabilities and problems managing emotions: staff awareness training
S Ashworth, P Mooney, R Tully
Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, 2016
A systematic review of the effectiveness of anger management interventions among adult male offenders in secure settings
S Schamborg, RJ Tully
Archives of Forensic Psychology 1 (2), 28-54, 2015
A case study approach to reducing the risks of child sexual exploitation (CSE)
LJ Berry, RJ Tully, V Egan
Journal of child sexual abuse 26 (7), 769-784, 2017
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