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Melissa de Vel-Palumbo
Melissa de Vel-Palumbo
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Influence of population versus convenience sampling on sample characteristics in studies of cognitive aging
H Brodaty, A Mothakunnel, M de Vel-Palumbo, D Ames, KA Ellis, ...
Annals of epidemiology 24 (1), 63-71, 2014
1142014
Cybercrime prevention: Theory and applications
R Brewer, M de Vel-Palumbo, A Hutchings, T Holt, A Goldsmith, ...
Springer Nature, 2019
392019
Once a sex offender always a sex offender”? Essentialism and attitudes towards criminal justice policy
M de Vel-Palumbo, L Howarth, M Brewer
Psychology, Crime and Law, 2018
302018
Working through psychological needs following transgressions to arrive at self-forgiveness
L Woodyatt, M Wenzel, M de Vel-Palumbo
Handbook of the psychology of self-forgiveness, 43-58, 2017
292017
Collective apology, hope, and forgiveness
M Wenzel, F Anvari, M de Vel-Palumbo, SM Bury
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 72, 75-87, 2017
222017
Why do we self‐punish? Perceptions of the motives and impact of self‐punishment outside the laboratory
M de Vel‐Palumbo, L Woodyatt, M Wenzel
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (6), 756-768, 2018
172018
Generations through prison: Experiences of intergenerational incarceration
M Halsey, M de Vel-Palumbo
Routledge, 2020
152020
Courts as empathic spaces: Reflections on the Melbourne neighbourhood justice centre
M Halsey, M de Vel-Palumbo
Griffith Law Review 27 (2), 182-201, 2018
152018
Self‐punishment promotes reconciliation with third parties by addressing the symbolic implications of wrongdoing
M de Vel‐Palumbo, M Wenzel, L Woodyatt
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (5), 1070-1086, 2019
132019
Literature Review: Correctional Corruption
A Goldsmith, M Halsey, M de Vel-Palumbo
82018
What does being hard on yourself communicate to others? The role of symbolic implications of self-punishment in attributions of remorse
S Hechler, M Wenzel, L Woodyatt, M de Vel-Palumbo
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 101, 104305, 2022
62022
South Australian digital youth survey research report: Year 1 results
J Cale, T Whitten, R Brewer, M de Vel-Palumbo, A Goldsmith, T Holt
University of Adelaide, 2019
52019
Situational crime prevention
R Brewer, M de Vel-Palumbo, A Hutchings, T Holt, A Goldsmith, ...
Cybercrime Prevention: Theory and Applications, 17-33, 2019
52019
Designing and evaluating crime prevention solutions for the digital age
R Brewer, M de Vel-Palumbo, A Hutchings, T Holt, A Goldsmith, ...
Cybercrime Prevention: Theory and Applications, 125-146, 2019
42019
Restorative justice
R Brewer, M de Vel-Palumbo, A Hutchings, T Holt, A Goldsmith, ...
Cybercrime Prevention: Theory and Applications, 109-122, 2019
42019
Supervised Injecting Facilities: What the literature tells us
M de Vel-Palumbo, F Matthew-Simmons, M Shanahan, A Ritter
Drug Policy Modelling Program, 2013
42013
When bad things happen to rotten people: indifference to incidental harms in the criminal justice system
M de Vel-Palumbo, CM Berryessa
Psychology, Crime & Law 29 (8), 795-808, 2023
32023
Morally excused but socially excluded: Denying agency through the defense of mental impairment
M de Vel-Palumbo, R Ferguson, C Schein, MXL Chang, B Bastian
Plos one 17 (7), e0272061, 2022
32022
South Australian Digital Youth Survey research report: Year 2 results
M Sayer, T Whitten, R Brewer, J Cale, T Holt, A Goldsmith
University of Adelaide, 2020
32020
Targeted warnings and police cautions
R Brewer, M de Vel-Palumbo, A Hutchings, T Holt, A Goldsmith, ...
Cybercrime Prevention: Theory and Applications, 77-90, 2019
22019
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