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Assessing associations between changes in risk and subsequent reoffending: An introduction to relevant statistical models
Research on recidivism prediction has made important advances, but the same cannot be said of research assessing relationships between risk changes over time or after treatment and subsequent reoffending. In realistic ...
Addicted to crime?
Addiction to violence
Predicting reconviction using the Psychological Inventory of Criminal Thinking Styles with English prisoners
Purpose. The purpose of this study was to investigate the utility of the Psychological Inventory of Criminal Thinking Styles (PICTS) in predicting reconviction in a sample of male prisoners. Method. The PICTS was administered ...
Prison vs. hospital for offenders with psychosis; effects on reoffending
With research showing a high prevalence of psychosis in prisons, its effective management is essential for clinical and criminal outcomes. In a matched sample of released prisoners and discharged patients with psychosis ...