Refereed Journal Articles
Shanahan, S., Jones, S. & Thomas-Peter, B.A. (2010) Are you looking at me, or am I? Anger, aggression, shame and Self-worth in violent individuals. Journal of Rational- Emotive and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Volume 29, Number 2, 77-91.
Thomas-Peter, B. A & Jones, J. (2007) High risk inferences in assessing high risk: Outstanding concerns in the clinical use of the PCL-R. British Journal of Forensic Practice. 3.
Grevatt, M., Thomas-Peter, B. A., Hughes, G. (2004). Violence, Mental disorder and Risk Assessment: Can structured clinical assessments predict the short-term risk of inpatient violence? Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 15. 2. 278-292.
Howells, K., Day , A. &. Thomas-Peter, B. A., (2004) Changing violent behaviour: Criminological and Psychiatric Models Compared. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology.
Jones, J., Thomas-Peter, B., & Ganstad, .B. (2003) An investigation of the factor structure of the Novaco Anger Scale. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 31, 4, 429-437.
Thomas-Peter, B. A., & Garrett, T. (2000) Preventing unethical intimacy in secure environments. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 11, 1, 135-150.
Thomas-Peter, B. A., Jones, J., Campbell, S. & Oliver, C. (2000) Debasement and faking bad among forensic patients. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 5, 71-81.
Jones, J., Thomas-Peter B. A., Trout A. (1999) Normative data for the Novaco Anger Scales from a non Clinical sample and implications for clinical use. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 38, 417-424.
Jones J., Thomas-Peter B. A. & Unton D. (1998) Research methods in clinical investigation: A case study analysis of medication levels and self harm. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 5. 6. 463-469
Jones, J., Thomas-Peter B. A., Leadbeater C. & Warren S. (1998) An investigation of the personality characteristics of mentally disordered offenders detained under the Mental Health Act 1983. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry. 9, 1, 58-73.
Thomas-Peter, B. A. & Warren S. (1998) Legal responsibilities of forensic psychologists. Expert Evidence. 6. 79-106.
Thomas-Peter, B. A. (1998) Managing sex offender programmes in the public sector. Science and Public Affairs, Spring 42-54.
Thomas-Peter, B. A. (1997) Personal standards in professional relationships: Limiting interpersonal harassment. Journal of Social and Community Psychology. 7, 3, 233-239.
Thomas-Peter, B. A & Howells K. (1996) Professional and ethical challenges of forensic clinical psychology. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law; 3, 1, pp 63-70.
Thomas-Peter, B. A & Howells K. (1996) The clinical investigation and formulation of forensic 1997
Thomas-Peter, B. A & Humphreys M (1997) Masochism: Assessment, treatment and the quality of consent to injurious behaviour. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry. 8, 3, 669-677.
Thomas-Peter, B. A (1996) The structure of emotion in personality disordered aggressors: a motivational analysis. Forensic Psychiatry, 7, 1, pp 26-40.
Jackson C. & Thomas-Peter B. A. (1994). Denial in sexual offenders: Workers perceptions. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health; 4, 21-32.
Thomas-Peter, B. A (1993) The reliability of reaction time and social judgement in computerised repertory grids. Personality and Individual Differences. 15, 2, 225-228.
Garrett T. & Thomas-Peter B. A. (1992) Sexual Harassment. The Psychologist, July, 319- 321. 4
Thomas-Peter, B. A (1992) The Classification of Psychopathy; A review of the Hare – Blackburn debate. Personality and Individual Differences. 13, 3, 337-342
Thomas-Peter, B. A., McDonagh J. D. (1988) Motivational Dominance and Psychopaths. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 27, 153-158.
Thomas-Peter, B. A., Jones R. B., Sinnott A., Scott Fordham A. (1983) Prediction of Outcome in the treatment of agoraphobia. Behavioural Psychotherapy, 11 320-328.
Adamson, K., Jones, J. & Thomas-Peter, B. A. Inpatient Violence In Medium Secure Care: Predictive Validity Of The HCR-20 In A UK Sample
Fellowes, E., Jones, J., & Thomas-Peter, B. A. An Investigation into the Personality Profiles of Mentally Disordered Offenders diagnosed with Schizophrenia
Gillings, K., Jones, J. & Thomas-Peter B. A. Quality of life in secure care: Demographic, clinical and forensic factors
Trower, .P., Watson, P., Jones, J. & Thomas-Peter, B. A. Applying the emotional priming paradigm to individuals with anger disorders. Cognitive Therapy and Research.
Publications; Book Chapters
Thomas-Peter B. A. (2015 May). Structural Violence in Forensic Psychiatry. In, D. A. Crighton and G. Towl (ed) Forensic Psychology 2nd Edition. Wiley-Blackwell
Harkins, L. & Thomas-Peter, B. A. The Treatment of Sex Offenders. (2010) In J. Brown, J. & E. Campbell, E. (Eds.) ‘The Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology’. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge
Garrett, T. & Thomas-Peter, B. A. (2009) Interventions with sexual offenders with mental illness. In Beech, A.R., Craig, L., and Browne, K.D. (Eds). Assessment and Treatment of Sex Offenders: A Handbook. Chichester: Wiley.
Thomas-Peter B. A. (2007) The Modern Context of Psychology in Corrections: Influences, Limitations and Values of “What Works”. In, G. Towl (ed) Psychology Research in Prisons. Blackwell
Thomas-Peter B. A. (2007) The Needs of Offenders and the Process of Changing Them. In, G. Towl (ed) Psychology Research in Prisons. Blackwell
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1993) Sadistic fantasy and its treatment; theoretical formulation and illustrative case study. In J. Kerr, S. Murgatroyd, M. J. Apter (eds) Advances in Reversal Theory, Swets and Zeitlinger, Netherlands.
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1993) Negativism and Personality Disordered offenders. In J. Kerr, S. Murgatroyd, M. J. Apter (eds) Advances in Reversal Theory, Swets and Zeitlinger, Netherlands.
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1990) Construct Theory and Cognitive Style in Personality Disordered Offenders. In Maitland (ed) Personal Construct Psychology, Deviance and Social Work. Inner London Probation Service. 5
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1988). Psychopathy and Telic Dominance. In M. J. Apter, J. H. Kerr and M. P. Cowles (eds), Progress in Reversal Theory, Elsevier Science Publishers
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1985) An introduction to death and dying. In Karas (ed) Current issues in Clinical Psychology, Vol. 3. New York: Plenum Press.
Management Reviews, Commissioned reports and Other Publications
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1997) A review of the sex offender programme, Department of Corrective Services, New South Wales, Australia.
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1996) The reliability of confessions: factors at play. Judicial Officers Bulletin; Judicial Commission of New South Wales.
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1994) A further review of the sex offender treatment programme for Ministry of Justice. Corrective Services, Western Australia. – Commissioned report.
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1993) A management review of the sex offender treatment programme for Ministry of Justice. Corrective Services, Western Australia. – Commissioned report.
Hollin C., Black A., Scott-Fordham A. & Thomas-Peter B. A. (1992) BPS evidence to the Reed Committee. Division of Criminological and Legal Psychology; Newsletter, No. 31.
Feltham R., Kat B., Mackie A., Sawyer C. & Thomas-Peter B. A. (1992) For whose eyes only? Confidentiality, psychology and the Law. The Psychologist Vol. 5. 8. 374-375.
Thomas-Peter B. A. (1991) Sexual harassment and unethical intimacy between teachers and trainers. A discussion and policy document. Division of Criminological and Legal Psychology; Newsletter, No. 28.
Selected Conference Papers / Workshops
2017 …. Structural Violence in Forensic Psychiatry: The Harm We Do When Doing Good. Address to the 37th ANZAPPL Congress, Perth, West Australia, November 23-25.
2014 …. Key Note address – Changing the consensus between Government, Health Providers and the Community. Cross-cultural similarities in China and the United Kingdom. Shanghai Administration Institute conference on ‘Culture: Reform and Development’, October 24-25.
2008 ….The context and values of “What Works”: Finding the limits of WW’s for Dangerous and Severely personality disordered population. Invited workshop, Nottingham University and Rampton Secure Hospital, November.
2007…. Formulation in forensic, clinical psychology: Engaging the difficult customer. 3rd International Congress of Psychology and Law. 3-8 July, Adelaide, South Australia.
2007 ….. ‘Once we were lost and now we are found.’ Observing and recovering from near organisational failure in a forensic psychiatric hospital. 3rd International Congress of Psychology and Law. 3-8 July, Adelaide, South Australia.
2006 …..Key Note address – Getting it wrong at the expense of others: Some context and case illustrations of errors in psychological appraisals. Forensic Science Conference, Perth, Western Australia. April.
2005 …..Jones, J. High risk inferences in assessing high risk; Some concerns about the clinical use of the PCL-R. International Association of Forensic Mental Health. Melbourne, Victoria1, Australia. 8-21st April.