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358 pages ; 24 cm
Medical Library (Lane)
5, 309 pages ; 24 cm.
East Asia Library
4 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • v. 1. Theory and research
  • v. 2. Typologies, mental disorders, and profiles
  • v. 3. Implications for forensic assessment, policing and the courts
  • v. 4. Implications for juvenile justice, corrections, and reentry.
  • VOLUME 1. Theory and research
  • Section I. Criminal psychology: an overview
  • 1. Criminal psychology and criminal behavior / Jacqueline B. Helfgott
  • 2. Education and training models in forensic psychology / David DeMatteo [and 3 others]
  • Section II. Theoretical perspectives
  • 3. Becoming criminal: theoretical perspectives on the development and desistance of criminality / Nahanni Pollard
  • 4. The psychophysiology and neuroanatomy of antisocial behavior / Max M. Loomans, Joke H.M. Tulen, and Hjalmar J.C. van Marle
  • 5. Perspectives on neurocriminology / Benjamin R. Nordstrom [and 7 others]
  • 6. Two sides of the same coin: the sociological and psychological social psychology of crime / Mark Cohan and Kathleen E. Cook
  • 7. Personality and antisocial behavior: theoretical perspectives / Shayne Jones
  • 8. The criminal personality / Stanton E. Samenow
  • Section III. Key research findings
  • 9. Predatory and affective aggression: calculated and explosive pathways to violence / Stacey L. Shipley and Jennifer L. Russell
  • 10. Psychological theories and research on female criminal behavior / Elaine Gunnison
  • 11. The phenomenology of addiction and the artifact of criminal behavior / David Polizzi
  • 12. Criminality and co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders / Arthur J. Lurigio and Thomas Lyons.
  • VOLUME 2. Typologies, mental disorders, and profiles
  • Section I. Typologies and profiles
  • 1. Criminal typologies / Jacqueline B. Helfgott
  • 2. An introduction to criminal profiling / Richard N. Kocsis
  • 3. Mental illness and violence: a misunderstood relationship / Stacey L. Shipley and Michele L. Borynski
  • Section II. Crime types
  • 4. Prevalence, risk factors, and forms of violent offending / Astrid Rossegger, Andreas Mokros, Juliane Gerth, and Jérôme Endrass
  • 5. Sexual deviance, fantasy development, and sex crime / Henry Richards
  • 6. Toward a general theory of profit-driven crime / R. Thomas Naylor
  • 7. The psychological dynamics of political crime / Jeffrey Ian Ross
  • 8. Emotional correlates of radicalization and terrorism / Stephen K. Rice and Robert Agnew
  • 9. Cybercrime: high-tech crime in the information age / Alex Kigerl
  • 10. Pathways to copycat crime / Ray Surette
  • Section III. Psychopathy
  • 11. Conceptualizing psychopathy: criminal and noncriminal variants / Christopher J. Patrick
  • 12. Forensic assessment of psychopathy / Noah C. Venables and Jason R. Hill
  • 13. Guidelines for the evaluation and interpretation of psychopathy research findings / Carl B. Gacono
  • 14. Psychopathic aggression: will or determinism? / George B. Palermo
  • 15. Career criminality, childhood experiences, and adult personality among forensic patients in the Netherlands / Stefan Bogaerts [and 4 others]
  • 16. A proposed sexual homicide category: the psychopathic-sexually sadistic offender / Shayne Jones [and 3 others]
  • 17. Are male and female psychopaths equivalent?: a Rorschach study / Ted Cunliffe [and 3 others]
  • 18. Psychopathy, borderline personality disorder, and domestic violence: an empirical review / Ted Cunliffe, Elizabeth A. Johnson, and Donna E. Weiss
  • 19. A Rorschach understanding of antisocial and psychopathic personalities / Carl B. Gacono and J. Reid Meloy
  • 20. The popular conception of the psychopath: implications for criminal justice / Jacqueline G. Helfgott.
  • VOLUME 3. Implications for forensic assessment, policing and the courts
  • Section I. Forensic assessment and risk prediction
  • 1. Forensic assessment of risk in criminal justice / Arthur J. Lurigio and Faye S. Taxman
  • 2. A classification of violent and other serious juvenile offenders into subgroups: from statistical analyses to clinical practice / Eva Mulder [and 3 others]
  • 3. Statistical controversies in the sexually violent predator evaluation (SVPE) practice community: Bayesian departure and polarization / Henry Richards
  • 4. Sexually violent predators and state appellate courts' use of actuarial tests in civil commitments / Frances P. Bernat, Jacqueline B. Helfgott, and Nicholas Godlove
  • 5. Actuarial prediction in determinate-plus sex offender release decision / Jacqueline B. Helfgott and Beck M. Smith
  • Section II. Law enforcement and public safety
  • 6. Crisis intervention and police interactions with individuals with mental illness / Elizabeth Neidhart
  • 7. The elements of hostage (crisis) negotiation / Lisbeth Eddy and Stanley W. Patrzalek
  • 8. Criminal profiling: empirical evidence on skills and accuracy / Richard N. Kocsis
  • 9. Linkage analysis of serial murder cases involving prostitute victims / C. Gabrielle Salfati
  • 10. Profiling psychopathic traits in serial sexual homicide: a case study of the personality and personal history of the Green River Killer, Gary Leon Ridgway / Loren T. Atherley
  • 11. Forensic psychological evaluations for behavioral disorders in police officers: reducing negligent hire and retention risks / Ronn Johnson
  • Section III. Criminal law and the courts
  • 12. Competency to stand trial: legal foundations and practical applications / Stacey L. Shipley
  • 13. Insanity defense / Arthur J. Lurigio and Lauran Babchuk
  • 14. The psychology of criminal behavior and sentencing / Olaoluwa Olusanya
  • 15. Mental health court: one approach for addressing the problems of persons with serious mental illnesses in the criminal justice system / Matthew W. Epperson, Kelli E. Canada, and Arthur J. Lurigio
  • 16. Mental state at the time of the offense forensic psychological evaluation: Teresa Lewis penalty case / Ronn Johnson.
  • VOLUME 4. Implications for juvenile justice, corrections, and reentry
  • Section I. Juvenile justice
  • 1. Development of criminal and antisocial behavior in children and adolescents / Maria T. Daversa
  • 2. Correctional programs and treatment for juveniles / A. Daktari Alexander
  • 3. Relational and social bullying and callous-unemotional traits / G. Ronald Bell [and 3 others]
  • 4. Psychopathy in youth: issues for treatment of youth in schools / Tammy L. Hughes [and 3 others]
  • 5. Juvenile homicide / Kathleen M. Heide
  • 6. Childhood trauma, biology, and justice / Eldra P. Solomon and Kathleen M. Heide
  • Section II. Corrections and reentry
  • 7. The rehabilitation of offenders: striving for good lives, desistance, and risk reduction / Clare-Ann Fortune and Tony Ward
  • 8. The therapeutic relationship, prison, and responsivity / Eric G. Huffman
  • 9. Inside the imprisoned therapeutic relationship / Eric G. Huffman
  • 10. Life without parole, America's other death penalty: notes on life under sentence of death by incarceration / Robert Johnson and Sandra McGunigall-Smith
  • 11. Victimhood and post-traumatic stress in the forensic domain: consequences of incarceration and stimulation of mental disorders / Stefan Bogaerts and Machiel S. Polak
  • 12. The 5-category typology of sex and sexuality in women's prisons: revisiting the "sexual violence" type / Bruce A. Arrigo and Angela Pardue
  • 13. The psychology of prisoner reentry / Faith E. Lutze and Alex Kigerl.
Unfortunately, criminal behavior surrounds us in our society-from petty theft and vandalism to multimillion-dollar white-collar crime to shocking terrorism attempts and school killings. Invariably, one of the first questions is, "Why did they do it?" Criminal psychology seeks to solve this complex puzzle. In this four-volume reference work, a unparalleled team of leading experts offer an exhaustive look at the history, developments, emerging and classic research issues, controversies, and victories in the expanding field of criminal psychology. The first volume examines the general theories in the study of criminal psychology. The second volume focuses more specifically on research of criminal behavior and crime types, while the last two volumes delve into criminal justice and forensic applications. The comprehensive content allows readers to better understand criminal behavior and appreciate the specific criminal justice and forensic settings in which this theory and research is applied, such as criminal profiling, forensic assessment of danger, and correctional rehabilitation and offender reentry.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780313396076 20160613
Green Library

4. Madness and crime [2008]

xi, 191 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Part 1 The nature of madness-- 1 Introduction and overview-- 2 Why use madness?-madness as genius and madness as an aide to creativity -cognitive, stastical and emotional theory of madness-- 3 Conclusions-- Part 2 Madness and crime-- 4 Introduction-- 5 An Overview of the problem-- 6 Psychiatric services in the penal system: an overview-- 7 A model for examining the links between madness (mental disorder) and crime-- 8 Paternalism v autonomy-- 9 Summary and conclusions-- Part 3 Restraining the mad: justifications for compulsory detention-- 10 Introduction-- 11 De jure and de facto detentions-- 12 Mental patients in the criminal justice system-- 13 A note on liberty-- 14 Mental health law and formal law-- 15 Some typical legal justifications and their limitations-- 16 The impact of compulsion-- 17 Who does the detaining?-- 18 Some comments on future research-- 19 Summary and concluding comments-- References-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781843922971 20160528
This book provides an authoritative and highly readable review of the relationship between madness and crime by one of the leading authorities in the field. This book is divided into three parts, each essay focusing on selected features of madness which have relevance to contemporary society.Part 1 is about madness itself, exploring three main models - cognitive, statistical, and emotional. Part 2 is about the links between madness and crime - focusing less on the question and nature of criminal responsibility and the various defences that go with this, more on the links between madness and crime and which particular crimes are linked with which types of disorder.Part 3 is about the much neglected area of compulsion, an issue that has largely disappeared from public debate. The mad may have moved from victim to violator, yet fundamental questions remain - in particular how to justify compulsory detention, and who should undertake the process? The answers to these questions have sociological, ethical and jurisprudential elements, and cannot just re resolved by reference to medical authorities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781843922971 20160528
Green Library

5. Bian tai xing wei [1939]

3, 12, 182 p. ; 20 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)

6. Fan zui xin li xue [1933]

6, 468 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
414 p. ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
192 p.
Green Library
277 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Preface. Psychology and Crime. Psychological Approaches to Understanding Crime. Psychological Approaches to Understanding Serious Crime. Mental Disorder and Crime. Psychology and the Police. Psychology in the Courtroom. Psychology and Crime Prevention. Epilogue. References. Name Index. Subject Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415018074 20160528
"Psychology and Crime" supplies a timely and much-needed general text covering the range of contributions psychology has made both to understanding crime and responding to it. This book should be of interest to students and professionals of criminology, applied psychology, forensic studies, probation and police training.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415018067 20160527
Psychological theory and method have played a major part in shaping our understanding and interpretation of crime. Psychology and Crime supplies a timely and much-needed general text covering the range of contributions psychology has made both to understanding crime and responding to it. The book provides an accessible overview of theory and research from criminology, sociology, and psychology, focusing on three distinct themes. First, psychological theories about the offender are discussed, including the way in which mental disorder is defined. Second, the author analyses society's response to crime - the role of police and the courts. Finally, the book looks at crime prevention - both the rehabilitation of offenders and situational strategies for preventing crime.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415018074 20160528
Law Library (Crown)

10. Fan zui dong ji lun [1988]

2, 188 p. ; 17 cm.
East Asia Library
232 p. ; 24 cm.
Law Library (Crown)

12. Fan zui xin li xue [1984]

5, 2, 396 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
East Asia Library
110 p.
Media & Microtext Center
129 p.
Media & Microtext Center
xxxii, 223 p. ; 23 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
222 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

17. The criminal personality [1976 - ]

v. ; 24 cm.
  • v. 1. A profile for change.--v. 2. The change process.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

18. The criminal personality [1976 - 1977]

2 v. ; 24 cm.
  • v. 1. A profile for change --v.2 The change process.
Law Library (Crown)

19. Hanzai no shinri [1972]

208 p. 17 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
192 p. 24 cm.
Green Library


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