Psychology of Criminal Conduct Theory, Research and Practice
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Taken from published reviews: "...Dr Blackburn has written a remarkably good book; indeed, the best book on the topic-from either side of the Atlantic-I have read. ... the breadth of the author's knowledge is nothing short of encyclopaedic. Not only psychology-developmental and social, as well as clinical-but also psychiatry, biology, philosophy, and law are addressed in this volume. Finally, the book is written with clarity, economy, and a lucid style. It is as inviting and user-friendly as any work of such complexity can be. ... I hope that it will find its way into psychiatry residency training programmes as well. It could do wonders for replacing turf-battles with common ground."…
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/3/1998
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
|The Measurement and Distribution of Crime|
|Social and Environmental Theories of Crime|
|Biological Correlates of Antisocial Behaviour|
|Familial and Social Correlates of Crime|
|Personal Attributes of Offenders|
|Aggression and Violent Crime|
|Crime and Mental Disorder|
|Sexual Deviation and Sexual Offending|
|Forensic Psychology and the Offender|
|Psychological Interventions with Offenders|
|Treatment of Dangerous Offenders|
|The Effectiveness and Ethics of Intervention|