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Social cognition in intellectually disabled male criminal offenders: a deficit in affect perception?
Purpose Although intellectual disability (ID) and criminal offending have long been associated, the nature of this link is obfuscated by reliance on historically unrigorous means of assessing ID and fractionating social ...
Addicted to crime?
Using the psychological inventory of criminal thinking styles with English prisoners
Purpose. This study considers the use of the Psychological Inventory of Criminal Thinking Styles (PICTS) within an English prison population. Method. The reliability and validity of the PICTS scales were investigated, and ...
Approaches to developing OPB formulations
This chapter discusses the offense paralleling behavior model and how it may be incorporated in forensic psychology practice when working with offenders. The model's use has been used for such tasks as risk assessment for ...
Fitness to be interviewed and psychological vulnerability: The views of doctors, lawyers and police officers
Forensic medical examiners, psychiatrists and clinical psychologists are increasingly being asked to evaluate police detainees' fitness for interview. The aim of the present study was to further our understanding of the ...
Addiction to violence