Emma Sleath
Emma Sleath
Principal Lecturer in Psychology
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Comparing rape victim and perpetrator blaming in a police officer sample: Differences between police officers with and without special training
E Sleath, R Bull
Criminal Justice and Behavior 39 (5), 646-665, 2012
1782012
Male rape victim and perpetrator blaming
E Sleath, R Bull
Journal of interpersonal violence 25 (6), 969-988, 2010
1702010
A systematic review of the current knowledge regarding revenge pornography and non-consensual sharing of sexually explicit media
K Walker, E Sleath
Aggression and violent behavior 36, 9-24, 2017
1122017
Police perceptions of rape victims and the impact on case decision making: A systematic review
E Sleath, R Bull
Aggression and violent behavior 34, 102-112, 2017
1002017
A brief report on rape myth acceptance: Differences between police officers, law students, and psychology students in the United Kingdom
E Sleath, R Bull
Violence and victims 30 (1), 136-147, 2015
602015
Desistance from intimate partner violence: A conceptual model and framework for practitioners for managing the process of change
K Walker, E Bowen, S Brown, E Sleath
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30 (15), 2726-2750, 2015
532015
International perceptions of stalking and responsibility: The influence of prior relationship and severity of behavior
AJ Scott, N Rajakaruna, L Sheridan, E Sleath
Criminal Justice and Behavior 41 (2), 220-236, 2014
372014
Assessing the co-occurrence of intimate partner violence domains across the life-course: Relating typologies to mental health
C Armour, E Sleath
European Journal of Psychotraumatology 5 (1), 24620, 2014
342014
Public house patrons' engagement in hypothetical sexual assault: A test of Alcohol Myopia Theory in a field setting
HD Flowe, J Stewart, ER Sleath, FT Palmer
Aggressive Behavior 37 (6), 547-558, 2011
282011
Understanding the factors that predict victim retraction in police reported allegations of intimate partner violence.
E Sleath, LL Smith
Psychology of Violence 7 (1), 140, 2017
222017
Subjective accounts of the turning points that facilitate desistance from intimate partner violence
K Walker, E Bowen, S Brown, E Sleath
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 61 (4 …, 2017
192017
Expectations about victim and offender behaviour during stranger rape
E Sleath, J Woodhams
Psychology, Crime & Law 20 (8), 798-820, 2014
192014
Nonconsensual sharing of private sexually explicit media among university students
K Walker, E Sleath, RM Hatcher, B Hine, RL Crookes
Journal of interpersonal violence 36 (17-18), NP9078-NP9108, 2021
172021
An examination of psychopathology among men who have suspended the use of violence in their intimate relationships
K Walker, E Bowen, S Brown, E Sleath
Journal of family violence 30 (5), 539-554, 2015
152015
The attribution of responsibility in cases of stalking
AJ Scott, J Gavin, E Sleath, L Sheridan
Psychology, crime & law 20 (7), 705-721, 2014
122014
Factor structure and validation of the controlling behaviors scale–revised and revised conflict tactics scale
E Sleath, K Walker, C Tramontano
Journal of Family Issues 39 (7), 1880-1903, 2018
112018
The process of primary desistance from intimate partner violence
K Walker, E Bowen, S Brown, E Sleath
Violence against women 24 (7), 843-875, 2018
112018
The prevalence and typologies of controlling behaviors in a general population sample
K Walker, E Sleath, C Tramontano
Journal of interpersonal violence 36 (1-2), NP474-NP503, 2021
92021
Examining the blaming of rape victims and perpetrators: Rape myths, belief in a just world, gender role beliefs, and applied findings
ER Sleath
University of Leicester, 2011
72011
Staff and offender perspectives of Integrated Offender Management and the impact of its introduction on arrests and risk of reoffending in one police force region
E Sleath, S Brown
Policing and society, 2017
52017
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