|Attitudes towards prisoners and sexual offenders.|
Issues in Criminological & Legal Psychology, 1993
|Risk assessment in offenders with intellectual disability: A comparison across three levels of security|
WR Lindsay, TE Hogue, JL Taylor, L Steptoe, P Mooney, G O'Brien, ...
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 52 (1 …, 2008
|A comparison of offenders with intellectual disability across three levels of security|
T Hogue, L Steptoe, JL Taylor, WR Lindsay, P Mooney, L Pinkney, ...
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 16 (1), 13-28, 2006
|Collaboration framework: Addressing community capacity|
A Bergstrom, R Clark, T Hogue, T Iyechad, J Miller, S Mullen, D Perkins, ...
Fargo, ND: National Network for Collaboration, 1995
|Two studies on the prevalence and validity of personality disorder in three forensic intellectual disability samples|
WR Lindsay, T Hogue, JL Taylor, P Mooney, L Steptoe, S Johnston, ...
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 17 (3), 485-506, 2006
|First-stage evaluation of a treatment programme for personality disordered offenders|
G Hughes, T Hogue, C Hollin, H Champion
Journal of Forensic Psychiatry 8 (3), 515-527, 1997
|The influence of remorse, intent and attitudes toward sex offenders on judgments of a rapist|
TE Hogue, J Peebles
Psychology, Crime and Law 3 (4), 249-259, 1997
|Predictive validity of the PCL‐R for offenders with intellectual disability in a high security hospital: Treatment progress|
C Morrissey, P Mooney, TE Hogue, WR Lindsay, JL Taylor
Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability 32 (2), 125-133, 2007
|Predictive validity of the PCL-R in offenders with intellectual disability in a high secure hospital setting: Institutional aggression|
C Morrissey, T Hogue, P Mooney, C Allen, S Johnston, C Hollin, ...
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 18 (1), 1-15, 2007
|Training multi-disciplinary teams to work with sex offenders: Effects on staff attitudes|
Psychology, Crime and Law 1 (3), 227-235, 1994
|Measuring motivation to change in offenders|
M McMurran, P Tyler, T Hogue, K Cooper, W Dunseath, D McDaid
Psychology, Crime and Law 4 (1), 43-50, 1998
|Differential gaze behavior towards sexually preferred and non-preferred human figures|
C Hall, T Hogue, K Guo
Journal of Sex Research 48 (5), 461-469, 2011
|Applicability, reliability and validity of the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised in offenders with intellectual disabilities: Some initial findings|
C Morrissey, TE Hogue, P Mooney, WR Lindsay, L Steptoe, J Taylor, ...
International Journal of Forensic Mental Health 4 (2), 207-220, 2005
|The large‐scale provision of programmes for imprisoned sex offenders: issues, dilemmas and progress|
D THORNTON HM, T HOGUE HM
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 3 (4), 371-380, 1993
|The use of psychiatric and psychological evidence in the assessment of terrorist offenders|
M Dernevik, A Beck, M Grann, T Hogue, J McGuire
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 20 (4), 508-515, 2009
|Goal attainment scaling: A measure of clinical impact and risk assessment.|
Issues in Criminological & Legal Psychology, 1994
|Emotional and behavioural problems in offenders with intellectual disability: comparative data from three forensic services|
TE Hogue, P Mooney, C Morrissey, L Steptoe, S Johnston, WR Lindsay, ...
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 51 (10), 778-785, 2007
|Sexual reconviction rates in the United Kingdom and actuarial risk estimates|
LA Craig, KD Browne, I Stringer, TE Hogue
Child abuse & neglect 32 (1), 121-138, 2008
|The Peaks: A clinical service for those with dangerous and severe personality disorder|
TE Hogue, L Jones, K Talkes, A Tennant
Psychology, Crime & Law 13 (1), 57-68, 2007
|The emotional representation of sexual crime in the national British press|
CA Harper, TE Hogue
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 34 (1), 3-24, 2015