Belinda Winder

Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, England, United Kingdom 
forensic; sexual; sex offenders; medicine; doctors; packaging; consumer; ageing; mixed method; qualitative; questionnaires; medical students
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Duncan K, Winder B, Blagden N, et al. (2020) "I've Got the Energy to Change, But I Haven't Got the Energy for This Kinda Therapy": A Qualitative Analysis of the Motivations Behind Democratic Therapeutic Community Drop-Out for Men With Sexual Convictions. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 306624X20956957
Wheatley R, Winder B, Kuss DJ. (2020) Using a visually adapted repertory grid technique (VARGT) with people who stalk The Journal of Forensic Practice. 22: 109-121
Wheatley R, Winder B, Kuss DJ. (2020) What are the features of psychopathology for men who commit stalking offences? A systematic review Aggression and Violent Behavior. 55: 101461
Azoulay N, Winder B, Murphy L, et al. (2019) Circles of support and accountability (CoSA): a review of the development of CoSA and its international implementation. International Review of Psychiatry (Abingdon, England). 1-11
Winder B, Fedoroff JP, Grubin D, et al. (2019) The pharmacologic treatment of problematic sexual interests, paraphilic disorders, and sexual preoccupation in adult men who have committed a sexual offence. International Review of Psychiatry (Abingdon, England). 1-10
Knack N, Winder B, Murphy L, et al. (2019) Primary and secondary prevention of child sexual abuse. International Review of Psychiatry (Abingdon, England). 1-14
Nulty JE, Winder B, Lopresti S. (2019) “I’m not different, I’m still a human being […] but I am different.” An exploration of the experiences of transgender prisoners using interpretative phenomenological analysis The Journal of Forensic Practice. 21: 97-111
Dillon G, Vinter LP, Winder B, et al. (2019) ‘The guy might not even be able to remember why he's here and what he's in here for and why he's locked in’: residents and prison staff experiences of living and working alongside people with dementia who are serving prison sentences for a sexual offence Psychology Crime & Law. 25: 440-457
Bell K, Winder B, Blagden N. (2018) ‘Better as a Buddhist’: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the Reflections on the Religious Beliefs of Buddhist Men Serving a Prison Sentence for a Sexual Offence Religion. 9: 101
Elliott H, Winder B, Manby E, et al. (2018) “I kind of find that out by accident”: probation staff experiences of pharmacological treatment for sexual preoccupation and hypersexuality The Journal of Forensic Practice. 20: 20-31
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