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Dr James Tapp

Lecturer in Forensic Psychology

About

I joined Kingston University in 2015 and predominantly teach on forensic psychology undergraduate and postgraduate courses, including the MSc Forensic Psychology.

Areas of specialism

  • Forensic Psychology
  • Forensic Mental Health
  • Personality Disorder
  • Psychological Assessment
  • Outcome evaluation

Qualifications

  • PhD

Professional membership

Chartered Psychologist - British Psychological Society

Research

My research interests are in outcome evaluations in forensic mental health settings. Past research has included the evaluation of offence focused and mental health restoration groupwork interventions for forensic patients, and adopted both a nomothetic and ideographic approaches to investigating whether interventions for forensic patients are effective and the processes that can impact on outcome.

Publications

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Number of items: 6.

Article

Adshead, G, Pyszora, N, Wilson, C, Gopie, R, Thomas, D, Smith, J, Glorney, E and Tapp, James (2017) Everything moves on : referral trends to a leavers' group in a high secure hospital and trial leave progress of group graduates. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 27(2), pp. 112-123. ISSN (print) 0957-9664

Cappai, Alessandra, Wells, Jodie, Tapp, James, Perkins, Derek, Manners, Anna, Ferrito, Martha, Gupta, Nitin and Das, Mrigendra (2017) Substance misuse in personality disorder and schizophrenia : findings and clinical implications from a high secure hospital. Journal of Forensic Practice, 19(3), pp. 217-226. ISSN (print) 2050-8794

Ware, Andrew, Wilson, Claire, Tapp, James and Moore, Estelle (2016) Mentalization-based therapy (MBT) in a high-secure hospital setting : expert by experience feedback on participation. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 27(5), pp. 722-744. ISSN (print) 1478-9949

Vernham, Zarah, Tapp, James and Moore, Estelle (2016) Observer ratings of interpersonal behaviour as predictors of aggression and self-harm in a high-security sample of male forensic inpatients. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 3(9), pp. 1597-1617. ISSN (print) 0886-2605

Tapp, James and Moore, Estelle (2016) Risk assessments for dating violence in mid to late adolescence and early adulthood. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 26(4), pp. 278-292. ISSN (print) 0957-9664

Alemohammad, Mehdi, Wood, Jane L., Tapp, James, Moore, Estelle and Skelly, Alan (2016) Support for the predictive validity of the multifactor offender readiness model (MORM) : forensic patients' readiness and engagement with therapeutic groups. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, ISSN (print) 0957-9664 (Epub Ahead of Print)

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