You can find many of the listed publications below at Louise's eprint repository page
Nebrinski, R., Harkins,L., Smith, K., Judson, S., & Dixon, L. (in press). The Role of Moral Disengagement in Street Gang Offending. Psychology Crime and Law
Tew, J., Harkins, L., & Dixon, L. (in press). Assessing the reliability and validity of the Self Report Psychopathy scale in a UK offender population. Journal of Forensic Psychology and Psychiatry
Dawson, P., Goodwill, A., & Dixon, L. (2014). Preliminary insights and analysis into weapon-enabled sexual offenders. Journal of Aggression Conflict and Peace Research, 6, 174-184.
Pornari, C., Dixon, L., & Humphreys. G.W. (2013). Implicit Theories in Intimate Partner Violence: What does the empirical literature suggest? Aggression and Violent Behavior, 18, 496 - 505
Howard, P., & Dixon, L. (2013). Identifying change in the likelihood of violent recidivism: Causal dynamic risk factors in the OASys Violence Predictor. Law and Human Behavior, 37, 163-174
Beech, A.R., Bartels, R.M., & Dixon, L. (2013). The assessment and treatment of offender cognition. Trauma Violence and Abuse, 14, 54-66
Archer, J.A., Dixon, L., & Graham-Kevan, N. (2012). Perpetrator programmes for partner violence: A rejoinder to Respect. Legal and Criminological Psychology,17, 225 - 232.
Tew, J., Harkins, L. & Dixon, L. (2012). Investigating changes in anger and aggression in offenders with high levels of psychopathic traits attending the Chromis violence reduction programme. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 22, 191 – 201
Howard, P., & Dixon, L. (2012). The construction and validation of the OASys Violence Predictor: Advancing violence risk assessment in the English and Welsh correctional services. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39, 287-307
Esquivel Santovena, E., & Dixon, L. (2012). Investigating the true rate of physical intimate partner violence: A review of nationally representative surveys. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 17, 208-219.
Dixon, L., Archer, J.A., & Graham-Kevan, N. (2012). Perpetrator programmes for partner violence: Are they based on ideology or evidence? Legal and Criminological Psychology, 17, 196-215.
Dixon, L. & Graham-Kevan, N. (2011). Understanding the nature and aetiology of intimate partner violence and implications for practice: A review of the evidence base. Clinical Psychology Review, 31, 1145-1155.
Dixon, L., & Graham-Kevan, N. (2011). Until Death Do They Part: Preventing Intimate Partner Homicide. The Psychologist, 24, 820-823.
Howard, P., & Dixon, L. (2011). Developing an empirical classification of violent offences for use in the prediction of recidivism in England and Wales. Journal of Aggression Conflict and Peace Research, 3, 141-154.
Dixon, L. (2011). Book review: The rehabilitation of partner violent men. British Journal of Forensic Practice, 13, 54-55
Hillberg, T., Hamilton-Giachritsis, C., & Dixon, L. (2011). Critical review of meta-analyses on the association between child sexual abuse and adult psychopathology: A systematic approach. Trauma violence and Abuse, 12, 38-49.
Bowen, E. & Dixon, L. (2010). Evidence for current and prospective associations between facial affect recognition accuracy and anti-social behaviour during childhood. Journal of Aggressive Behavior, 35, 1-10.
Harkins, L. & Dixon, L. (2010). Sexual offending in groups: An evaluation. Journal of Aggression and Violent Behavior, 15, 87-99.
Dixon, L., Browne, K.D., Hamilton-Giachritsis, C., & Ostapuik, E. (2010). Differentiating patterns of violence in the family. Journal of Aggression Conflict and Peace Research, 2, 32-44.
Dixon, L. & Graham-Kevan, N. (2010). Spouse abuse. In B.S. Fisher and S.P. Lab (Eds.). Encyclopaedia of victomology and crime prevention. Thousand Oaks. Sage.
Stokes, H., Dixon, L. & Beech, A. (2009). Predicting dropout of incarcerated men from a long term aggression programme. Journal of Aggression Conflict and Peace, 1, 36-44.
Dixon, L., Browne, K.D. & Hamilton-Giachritsis (2009). Patterns of risk and protective factors in the intergenerational cycle of maltreatment. Journal of Family Violence, 24, 111-122.
Dixon. L., Hamilton-Giachritsis, C. & Browne, K.D. (2008). Classifying partner femicide. Journal of Interpersonal Violence; 23, 74-93.
Dixon, L. & Browne, K.D. (2007). The heterogeneity of family violence and its implications for practice. Issues in Forensic Psychology, 6, 116-124.
Dixon. L., Hamilton-Giachritsis, C., Browne, K.D. & Ostapuik, E. (2007). The co-occurrence of child and intimate partner maltreatment in the family: Characteristics of the violent perpetrators. Journal of Family Violence, 22, 675-689.
Dixon. L., Browne, K.D. & Hamilton-Giachritsis, C. (2005). Risk factors of parents abused as children: A mediational analysis of the intergenerational continuity of child maltreatment (Part I). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 46, 47-57.
Dixon. L., Hamilton-Giachritsis, C. & Browne, K.D. (2005). Attributions and behaviours of parents abused as children: A mediational analysis of the intergenerational continuity of child maltreatment (Part II). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 46, 58-68.
Browne, K.D. & Dixon, L. (2003). Links between spouse and child abuse and treating domestic violent offenders. Dziecko Krzywolzone: Teoria Badania Praktyka: 5, 6-23.
Dixon, L. & Browne, K.D. (2003). The heterogeneity of spouse abuse: A review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 268, 1-24.
Leam Craig, Louise Dixon and Stephen Wormith have secured an edited book series entitled ‘The ‘What works’ in the rehabilitation of criminal behaviour edited series’ with Wiley Blackwell. The following have been published or have been agreed to be published in the series with Craig, Dixon and Wormith acting as Series Editors:
Craig, L.A., Dixon, L., & Gannon, T.A (Eds.). (2013). What works in offender rehabilitation: An evidence based approach to assessment and treatment. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
Dixon, L., Perkins, D., Hamilton Giachritsis & Craig, L. (Eds.). (in preparation). What Works in Child Protection: An Evidenced-Based Approach to Assessment and Intervention in Care Proceedings. Chichester. Wiley-Blackwell.
Wormith, J.S., Craig, L.A., & Hogue, T. (Eds.), (in preparation). What Works in Violence Risk Management: Theory, Research and Practice. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell
Cooke, D., Logan, C., & Skeem, J. (Eds.), (in preparation). What Works with Personality Disorders and Psychopathy: Theory, Research and Practice. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell
What the evidence tells us about the nature of intimate partner violence