Lois James
Lois James
Associate Professor of Nursing, Washington State University
Verified email at wsu.edu
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Risk factors for domestic violence during pregnancy: a meta-analytic review
L James, D Brody, Z Hamilton
Violence and victims 28 (3), 359-380, 2013
1852013
The reverse racism effect: Are cops more hesitant to shoot black than white suspects?
L James, SM James, BJ Vila
Criminology & Public Policy 15 (2), 457-479, 2016
1642016
Racial and ethnic bias in decisions to shoot seen through a stronger lens: Experimental results from high-fidelity laboratory simulations
L James, D Klinger, B Vila
Journal of Experimental Criminology 10 (3), 323-340, 2014
1062014
Results from experimental trials testing participant responses to White, Hispanic and Black suspects in high-fidelity deadly force judgment and decision-making simulations
L James, B Vila, K Daratha
Journal of Experimental Criminology 9 (2), 189-212, 2013
962013
The athlete sleep screening questionnaire: a new tool for assessing and managing sleep in elite athletes
C Samuels, L James, D Lawson, W Meeuwisse
British journal of sports medicine 50 (7), 418-422, 2016
732016
A systematic social observation study of police de-escalation tactics
N Todak, L James
Police Quarterly 21 (4), 509-543, 2018
612018
The stability of implicit racial bias in police officers
L James
Police Quarterly 21 (1), 30-52, 2018
602018
Identifying psychophysiological indices of expert vs. novice performance in deadly force judgment and decision making
RR Johnson, BT Stone, CM Miranda, B Vila, L James, SM James, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 2014
562014
Testing the impact of citizen characteristics and demeanor on police officer behavior in potentially violent encounters
L James, S James, B Vila
Policing: An International Journal, 2018
302018
Investigating perceptions of race and ethnic diversity among prospective police officers
N Todak, J Huff, L James
Police Practice and Research 19 (5), 490-504, 2018
292018
The influence of suspect race and ethnicity on decisions to shoot in a deadly force judgment and decision-making simulator
L James
Washington State University, 2011
242011
Prison employment and post‐traumatic stress disorder: Risk and protective factors
L James, N Todak
American journal of industrial medicine 61 (9), 725-732, 2018
232018
The impact of work shift and fatigue on police officer response in simulated interactions with citizens
L James, S James, B Vila
Journal of Experimental Criminology 14 (1), 111-120, 2018
232018
Implicit bias versus the “Ferguson Effect”: Psychosocial factors impacting officers’ decisions to use deadly force
L James, L Fridell, F Straub
The Police Chief 83, 44-51, 2016
162016
The negative impact of prison work on sleep health
L James, N Todak, S Best
American journal of industrial medicine 60 (5), 449-456, 2017
152017
Sleep health and predicted cognitive effectiveness of nurses working 12-hour shifts: an observational study
L James, SM James, M Wilson, N Brown, EJ Dotson, CD Edwards, ...
International Journal of Nursing Studies 112, 103667, 2020
142020
How police officers perform in encounters with the public: Measuring what matters at the individual level
B Vila, S James, L James
Policing: An International Journal, 2018
142018
Evaluating the effectiveness of fatigue management training to improve police sleep health and wellness
L James, CH Samuels, F Vincent
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 60 (1), 77-82, 2018
142018
Psychosocial factors impacting officers’ decisions to use deadly force
L James, L Fridell, F Straub
The Police Chief 83, 44-51, 2016
112016
Unnecessary force by police: insights from evolutionary psychology
L James, N Todak, J Savage
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 14 (1), 278-291, 2020
102020
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