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Criminal Psychology

Four Volume Set
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July 2014 | 1 584 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
 
VOLUME ONE: PSYCHOLOGICAL CAUSES OF CRIME
 
Part One: Pathways to Criminality
Narcotic Addiction and Crime William McGlothlin, M. Douglas Anglin and Bruce Wilson
No Sense of an Ending: Researching the Experience of Imprisonment and Release among Republican Ex-Prisoners Adrian Grounds and Ruth Jamieson
Rates of Mental Disorder in People Convicted of Homicide: National Clinical Survey Jenny Shaw et al.
The Prediction of Criminal and Violent Recidivism among Mentally Disordered Offenders: A Meta-Analysis James Bonta, Moira Law and Karl Hanson
Ramos Blows to the Head during Development Can Predispose to Violent Criminal Behaviour: Rehabilitation of Consequences of Head Injury Is a Measure for Crime Prevention José Léon-Carrión and Francisco Javier Chacartegui
Minor Physical Anomalies and Family Adversity as Risk Factors for Violent Delinquency in Adolescence Louise Arseneault et al.
The Development of Delinquent Behaviour Friedrich Lösel
Male Sexual Proprietariness and Violence against Women Margo Wilson and Martin Daly
Testing Hypotheses Regarding Rape: Exposure to Sexual Violence, Sex Differences, and the “Normality” of Rapists Neil Malamuth, Scott Haber and Seymour Feshbach
Family Processes and Adolescent Problem Behavior: Integrating Relationship Narratives into Understanding Development and Change Bernadette Marie Bullock and Thomas Dishion
Longitudinal Family and Peer Group Effects on Violence and Nonviolent Delinquency David Henry, Patrick Tolan and Deborah Gorman-Smith
Between the Heat of Passion and Cold Blood: Battered Woman's Syndrome as an Excuse for Self-Defense in Non-Confrontational Homicides John Roberts
 
Part Two: Personality and Crime
Personality Theory and the Problem of Criminality Hans Eysenck
Relationships between Central and Autonomic Measures of Arousal at Age 15 Years and Criminality at Age 24 Years Adrian Raine, Peter Venables and Mark Williams
Understanding the Personality Disorder and Aggression Relationship: An Investigation Using Contemporary Aggression Theory F. Gilbert et al.
Delinquent Behavior and the Five-Factor Model: Hiding in the Adaptive Landscape Richard Wiebe
Personality Correlates of Offence Style Donna Youngs
Psychopathy as a Risk Factor for Violence Robert Hare
Refining the Construct of Psychopathy: Towards a Hierarchical Model David Cooke and Christine Michie
Serious Delinquent Behavior, Sensation Seeking, and Electrodermal Arousal Lisa Gatzke-Kopp et el.
 
VOLUME TWO: CRIMINALS’ CHARACTERISTICS
 
Part One: Criminal Lives
Criminal Career Research in the United Kingdom David Farrington
What Has Been Learned from Self-Reports about Criminal Careers and the Causes of Offending? David Farrington
Narratives of Criminal Action and Forensic Psychology David Canter and Donna Youngs
Offender’s Crime Narratives as Revealed by the Narrative Roles Questionnaire Donna Youngs and David Canter
Terrorists’ Personal Constructs and Their Roles: A Comparison of the Three Islamic Terrorists David Canter, Sudhanshu Sarangi and Donna Youngs
Impulsivity in Juvenile Delinquency: Differences among Early-Onset, Late-Onset, and Non-Offenders Annemaree Carroll et al
Understanding Criminal Behavior: Identifying Psychological Differences between Domestically Violent Offenders and Non-Offenders Maria Argyrides, Terry Bartholomew and Tatiana Carvalho
Emotions and Crime over the Life Course: A Neo-Meadian Perspective on Criminal Continuity and Change Peggy Giordano, Ryan Schroeder and Stephen Cernkovich
Intrusive Memories in Perpetrators of Violent Crime: Emotions and Cognitions Ceri Evans et al.
A Balanced Review of Yochelson-Samenow's Theory of “The Criminal Personality” Charles Reid
Techniques of Neutralisation: A Theory of Delinquency Gresham Sykes and David Matza
Developmental Delay or Regression in Moral Reasoning by Juvenile Delinquents? Daniel Brugman and A. Elisabeth Aleva
The Social Psychology of Crime: Groups, Teams and Networks David Canter and L. Alison
 
VOLUME THREE: VIOLENT CRIMES
 
Part One: Crimes in the Family
Exposure to Childhood Sexual and Physical Abuse and Adjustment in Early Adulthood David Fergusson, Joseph Boden and L. John Horwood
The Narratives of Abused Children Who Have Survived Attempted Filicide Carmit Katz
The Utility of Male Domestic Violence Offender Typologies: New Directions for Research, Policy and Practice Mary Cavanaugh and Richard Gelles
Toward a Biopsychosocial Model of Domestic Violence Patrick McKenry, Teresa Julian and Stephen Gavazzi
The Epidemiological Patterns of Honour Killing of Women in Pakistan Muazzam Nasrullah, Sobia Haqq and Kristin Cummings
Gadit Karo-Kari: A Form of Honour Killing in Pakistan Sujay Patel and Amin Muhammad
Infanticide in England and Wales M. Marks and R. KumarOrfilter your current search
Maternal Infanticide Associated with Mental Illness: Prevention and the Promise of Saved Lives Orfilter your current searc Margaret Spinelli
Appearance and Delinquency Robert Agnew
Relations between Neighbourhood Factors, Parenting Behaviours, Peer Deviance and Delinquency among Serious Juvenile Offenders He Len Chung and Laurence Steinberg
Parricide an Empirical Analysis of 24 Years of U.S. Data Kathleen Heide and Thomas Petee
Parricide Christina Newhill
Stalking Behaviour and the Cycle of Domestic Violence Frances Coleman
 
Part Two: Crimes Against Strangers
Cultural Myths and Supports for Rape Martha Burt
A Multivariate Model of Sexual Offence Behaviours: Developments in ‘Offender Profiling’. I David Canter and Rupert Heritage
Beyond Belief?: Police, Rape and Women’s Credibility Jan Jordan
The Phenomenology of Paid Killing L. Clahoun
The Novelty of ‘Cybercrime’: An Assessment in Light of Routine Activity Theory Majid Yar
A Social Learning Theory Analysis of Computer Crime among College Students William Skinner and Anne Fream
The Organized/Disorganized Typology of Serial Murder: Myth or Model? David Canter, Laurence Alison, Emily Alison and Natalia Wentink
Stalking (Obsessional Following): A Review of Some Preliminary Studies J Reid Meloy
A Behavioural Analysis of Terrorist Action: The Assassination and Bombing Campaigns of ETA between 1980 and 2007 Margaret Wilson, Angela Scholes and Elizabeth Brocklehurst
 
VOLUME FOUR: PSYCHOLOGY AND INVESTIGATIONS
 
Part One: Detecting Offenders
Differentiating Arsonists: A Model of Firesetting Actions and Characteristics David Canter and Katarina Fritzon
Creating Burglary Profiles Using Latent Class Analysis Bryanna Hahn Fox and David Farrington
Enhancing Fraud Prevention and Detection by Profiling Fraud Offenders Andreas Kapardis and Maria Krambia-Kapardis
White Collar Criminals Ezra Stotland
Identifying the Residential Location of Rapists David Canter and A. Gregory
Offender Profiling and Investigative Psychology David Canter
Body Disposal Patterns of Sexual Murderers: Implications for Offender Profiling Eric Beauregard and Jessica Field
Fashion Conscious Burglars? Testing the Principles of Offender Profiling with Footwear Impressions Recovered at Domestic Burglaries Matthew Tonkin, John Bond and Jessica Woodhams
 
Part Two: Investigative Information
False Allegations of Sexual Abuse and Their Apparent Credibility Terence Campbell
Make-Believe Memories Elizabeth Loftus
Eyewitness Memory Enhancement in the Police Interview: Cognitive Retrieval Mnemonics versus Hypnosis R. Edward Geiselman et al.
What Do We Know about Eyewitness Identification? Gary Wells
The Psychology of Confessions: A Review of the Literature and Issues Saul Kassin and Gisli Gudjonsson
False Confessions Causes, Consequences, and Implications for Reform Saul Kassin
Accuracy of Deception Judgments Charles Bond, Jr and Bella DePaulo
The Psychophysiology of Deception and the Orienting Response Murray Kleiner

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ISBN: 9781446286067
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