Kathleen E. Padilla
Kathleen E. Padilla
Post Doctoral Researcher, Arizona State University
Verified email at asu.edu
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Can youths’ perceptions of the police be improved? Results of a school-based field evaluation in three jurisdictions.
AD Fine, KE Padilla, J Tapp
Psychology, public policy, and law 25 (4), 303, 2019
132019
Implicate or exonerate? The impact of police body-worn cameras on the adjudication of drug and alcohol cases
MD White, JE Gaub, A Malm, KE Padilla
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 15 (2), 759-769, 2021
112021
Impacts of BWCs on use of force: Directory of outcomes
MD White, JE Gaub, KE Padilla
Retrieved January 8, 2020, 2019
102019
Implementing a police body-worn camera program in a small agency
JE Gaub, MD White, KE Padilla, CM Katz
ASU Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety 18, 2017
82017
Police legitimacy: identifying developmental trends and whether youths’ perceptions can be changed
AD Fine, KE Padilla, KE Tom
Journal of Experimental Criminology, 1-21, 2020
62020
Sources and severity of stress in a Southwestern police department
KE Padilla
Occupational medicine 70 (2), 131-134, 2020
62020
Recidivism and relationships: Examining the role of relationships, transitions, and relationship quality in reincarceration
D Wallace, M Larson, L Somers, KE Padilla, R Mays
Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology 6, 321-352, 2020
32020
Stress and Maladaptive Coping Among Police Officers
K Padilla
Arizona State University, 2016
22016
Fighting burnout in the COVID-19 era is a family matter
KE Padilla, EM Silver, LE Flores, R Muir, M Salinas, ER Mariano
Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 72, 110293, 2021
12021
Three (more) tips to reduce socioeconomic bias in virtual anesthesiology interviews
LE Flores, R Muir, KE Padilla, M Salinas, EM Silver, GR Lorello
Canadian Journal of Anesthesia/Journal canadien d'anesthésie, 1-2, 2021
12021
A field on fire: Why has there been so much attention focused on burnout among anesthesiologists?
R Muir, LE Flores, KE Padilla, M Salinas, EM Silver, ER Mariano
Journal of clinical anesthesia 73, 110356, 2021
2021
Can working collaboratively with police on community service promote positive youth development?
AD Fine, KE Padilla, J Tapp
Police Practice and Research, 1-21, 2021
2021
The Intersection of Identities: Additional Groups to Consider When Moving Toward a More Inclusive Physiatry Workforce
M Salinas, LE Flores, R Muir, KE Padilla, EM Silver, GR Lorello
American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 2021
2021
Letter to the Editor on “Investigating faculty assessment of anesthesia trainees and the failing-to-fail phenomenon: a randomized controlled trial”
EM Silver, LE Flores, R Muir, KE Padilla, M Salinas, GR Lorello
Canadian Journal of Anesthesia/Journal canadien d'anesthésie, 1-2, 2021
2021
The Influence of Defendant Race/Ethnicity and Police Body-Worn Cameras on Traffic Case Processing
J Huff, MD White, KE Padilla
Race and Justice, 21533687211004696, 2021
2021
Hiding Behind the Badge: An Examination of Stress, Mental Health Care Services, and Barriers to Accessing Mental Health Care Services Among Police Officers
KE Padilla
Arizona State University, 2021
2021
RESEARCHER-PRACTITIONER PARTNERSHIPS IN THE BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE BODY-WORN CAMERA POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM
MD White, KE Padilla, M Flippin, CM Katz
2017
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