Publications

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Articles de conférence
[1559] Spidel A, Goldensen J, Greaves C, Nicholls TL, Dutton DG.  2009.  Attachment and Demographic Profiles in Females who abuse their male partners: A comparison of offenders and undergraduates. 6th annual meeting of the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services.
[1617] Spidel A, Nicholls TL, Kendrick K, Klein C, Kropp R.P.  2004.  Characteristics of Female Intimate Partner Assaulters. American Psychology-Law Society, Division 41 of APA.
[1572] Spidel A, Nicholls TL, Sahlstrom K, Brink J.  2007.  The influence of adolescent criminal history on future risk in a Not Criminally Responsible on account of Mental Disorder (NCRMD) population. 3rd Annual Mental Health Research Showcase.
[1593] Spidel A, Kendrick K, Nicholls TL, Greaves C, Dutton DG.  2006.  The influence of attachment on the nature of domestic violence perpetrated by females. 6th annual meeting of the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services.
[1627] Spidel A, Nicholls TL, Kropp R.P.  2003.  Personality and demographic characteristics of female who abuse their male partners. IAFMHS conference.
[1626] Spidel A, Sahlstrom K, Nicholls TL, Kropp R.P.  2003.  Personality Characteristics of Women who abuse their male partners.. Psychology & Law International, Interdisciplinary Conference .
[1588] Spidel A, Nicholls TL, Greaves C, Dutton DG.  2006.  Personality Disorder Profiles of Female Intimate Partner Assaulter. American Psychology-Law Society, Division 41 of the American Psychological Association.
[1576] Spidel A, Kendrick K, Nicholls TL, Greaves C, Dutton DG.  2007.  Understanding Domestic violence perpetrated by females: The role of Attachment. American Psychology Association.
Chapitres de livre
[1792] Dion J., De La Sablonnière M., Hains J., Daigneault I..  0.  Portrait d’adolescents des Premières Nations.. Perspectives croisées sur les paradoxes de la transition à la vie adulte.
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