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Research, Publications, Presentations and Workshops

Research:

Atkinson, J.L. (1998). The use of neutralizations among male and female fraud offenders. Ph.D. dissertation, Queen’s University.

Atkinson, J.L. (1988). The impact of threatening and nonthreatening questions and clinician gender on the self-disclosure of male incarcerates. M.A.Sc. Research Project, University of Waterloo.

Atkinson, J.L. (1986). Social perspective-taking deficits in young offenders in comparison to their nondelinquent agemates. B.A.H. thesis, Queen’s University.


 
Publications:

Atkinson, J.L. and Quinsey, V.L. (submitted). Neutralizations of male and female offenders. Criminal Justice and Behaviour. (MS#09-118).

Folsom, J. and Atkinson, J.L. (2007). The Generalizability of the LSI-R and the CAT to the Prediction of Recidivism in Female Offenders. Criminal Justice and Behaviour, 34(8), 1044-1056.

Folsom, J. and Atkinson, J.L. (2007) The Generalizability of the LSI-R and the CAT to the Prediction of Recidivism in Female Offenders. Criminal Justice and Behaviour, 34(8), 1044-1056. 

Atkinson, J.L. (1996). Female sex offenders: A literature review. Forum on Corrections Research, 8(2), 39-42.

Atkinson, J.L. (1995). The Assessment of Female Sex Offenders. Kingston, ON: Correctional Service of Canada, April, 1995.

Atkinson, J.L. & McLean, H. (1994). Women and fraud: Results of a program at the Prison for Women. Forum on Corrections Research, 6(1), 39-41.


 
Presentations and Workshops:

Folsom, J. and Atkinson, J.L. (2008). Release Type, level of risk, and re-offence rate of female offenders. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the annual Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Halifax, NS, June.

Folsom, J. and Atkinson, J.L. (2006) The Generalizability of the LSI-R and the CAT to the Prediction of Recidivism in Women Offenders.   Poster presented at 2006 CPA conference.

Folsom, N. J. & Atkinson, J.L. (1998). The relationship between the Level of Supervision Inventory (LSI) and other variables known to predict recidivism in a sample of federally sentenced women. Poster presented at the 12th Annual Penetanguishene Forensic Conference "Substance Abuse, Aggression and Mental Disorder", 
Penetanguishene, Ontario, June.   

Atkinson, J.L. (1997). Female Sex Offenders. Paper presented at the conference on Mental Heath Problems of Women Offenders, Kingston, Ontario, October.

Atkinson, J.L. (1994). Self-injury and multiplicity. Presentation to the Multiple Personality and Dissociation Society, Kingston, Ontario, February.

Atkinson, J.L. (1993). Self-injury. Workshop for the Sexual Abuse Subcommittee of People Against Abuse in Lennox & Addington, Napanee, Ontario, November.

Atkinson, J.L. (1993). Self-injurious behaviour. Kingston Psychiatric Hospital Rounds, Kingston, Ontario, March.

Atkinson, J.L. (1993). Self-injurious behaviour. Workshop for Continuing Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, Queen’s University,  Kingston, Ontario. February.

McLean, H. & Atkinson, J.L. (1992). Treating female fraud offenders using relapse prevention techniques in a group context. Workshop. Elizabeth Fry Society, Toronto, March.

Atkinson, J.L. (1992). Self-injurious behaviour. Algonquin College, Ottawa, March.
 
Atkinson, J.L. & McLean, H. (1992). The treatment program for federally sentenced female fraud offenders at the Prison for Women. Clinical Brown Bag Seminar, Queen’s University Psychology Dept, January.

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