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Offence Paralleling Behaviour (OPB) as a framework for assessment and interventions with offenders
Forensic psychologists, perhaps more than any other group of applied psychologists, need to work with various types of historical narrative, often describing the same set of events. Unfortunately, most methods for analysing ...
Fashion conscious burglars? Testing the principles of offender profiling with footwear impressions recovered at domestic burglaries
Traditionally, research on offender profiling has investigated the relationships between offender behaviour and offender characteristics. However, evidence about offender behaviour is not the only evidence available at a ...
History of the offence paralleling behaviour construct and related concepts
Constructs related to offence paralleling behaviour (OPB) have been around in the literature for many years. Obviously, some forms of assessment involve direct observation of the phenomenon being studied. In the study and ...
An overview of the relationship between moral reasoning and offending
Through research it has been established that there is a relationship between level of moral reasoning and offending behaviour, with offenders generally reasoning at less mature levels than non-offenders. However, recent ...