Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology

Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology

Horvath, Miranda A. H.; Brown, Jennifer M.

Cambridge University Press

12/2021

800

Dura

Inglês

9781108494977

15 a 20 dias

1686

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Preface; Forensic psychology: ten years on Jennifer M. Brown and Miranda A. H. Horvath; Part I. Psychological Underpinnings: 1.1 Cognitive theories of crime Clive R. Hollin; 1.2 Child and adolescent offending Elizabeth Paddock, Shihning Chou and Kevin Browne; 1.3 Investigative psychology C. Gabrielle Salfati; 1.4 Neurological theories Hope Kent, Huw Williams and James Tonks; 1.5 Personality Sean Hammond and Vincent Egan; 1.6 Theories of sexual offending Jacinta R. Cording and Tony Ward; 1.7 The psychology of violent behaviour Andrew Welsh; 1.8 Investigative decision-making Rebecca Howman, Marie Eyre and Laurence Alison; Part II. Psychology and Criminal Behaviour: 2.1 Current understandings of sex-based harassment and stalking perpetration Thomas E. Page and Adrian Scott; 2.2 The behaviour of sex offenders Kari Davies, Heather Flowe and Theresa Ferraz-da-Silva; 2.3 Intimate partner violence Elizabeth Gilchrist; 2.4 Acquisitive crime Helen Gavin; 2.5 Terrorism research: current issues and debates Margaret A. Wilson; 2.6 Online child sexual exploitation and abuse Ethel Quayle; 2.7 Arson Katarina Fritzon, Sarah Miller and Danielle Perks; 2.8 Serial killings and mass murder Andreas Kapardis and Sasha Reid; Part III. Assessment: 3.1 Credibility and investigative interviewing Mark Kebbell and Rebecca Milne; 3.2 Eyewitness testimony Geralda Odinot, Eva A. J. van Rosmalen, and Annelies Vredeveldt; 3.3 Psychopathic personality disorder David J. Cooke; 3.4 Forensic mental health assessments Derek Perkins and Susannah Hughes; 3.5 Intellectual disabilities and offending behaviour John L. Taylor and Ian Freckleton; 3.6 Head injury and offending Thomas M. McMillan; 3.7 Parole decision-making: contemporary practice and challenges Ralph C. Serin and Kaitlyn Wardrop; 3.8 Risk and dangerousness in adults Martin Rettenberger, Grant T. Harris, Marnie E. Rice and Reinhard Eher; Part IV. Interventions: 4.1 Forensic mental health interventions Emily Glorney; 4.2 Restorative justice: drawing from the old to develop new justice alternatives Mark Briskey; 4.3 Treatment of persons with sexual offence histories Kristina Shatokhina and Leigh Harkins; 4.4 Strength-based approaches to addiction recovery and desistance from crime: broadening the base for community engagement Steve Broome and David Best; 4.5 Victimology and victim interventions Sandra Walklate; 4.6 Interventions with violent offenders Devon L. L. Polaschek; 4.7 Women offenders Joanne Belknap and Jacqueline Mora Manzo; 4.8 Preventing delinquency and later criminal offending Brandon C. Welsh, David P. Farrington and Alexis Yohros; Part V. Civil Proceedings: 5.1 Court decisions about the upbringing of children Aoife Daly and Aisling Parkes; 5.2 Parenting Christine Puckering; 5.3 Immigration, asylum seekers and refugees Nora Honkala; 5.4 Occupational stress and traumatic stress Paula Brough, Amanda Biggs, Briana Brandon and Victoria Follette; 5.5 Capacity and consent in the criminal and civil contexts Ailbhe O'Loughlin; Part VI. Professional Practices: 6.1 Courtroom testimony in cases of disputed confessions Gisli H. Gudjonsson; 6.2 Evaluating offending behaviour programmes in prison and probation Helen Wakeling and Rosie Travers; 6.3 Working effectively with multicultural offenders in a clinical context Stephane Shepherd, Arran Rose and Mary Madu; 6.4 Professional training and accreditation Geraldine O'Hare, Andrew Day, Randy Otto and Laura Guy; 6.5 Ethics Simon Duff and James McGuire; 6.6 Forensic case formulation Leam A. Craig and Martin Rettenberger; 6.7 Staff supervision in forensic contexts Jason Davies.
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