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Physical activity and learning disability
The inclusion of people with learning disabilities in sporting activities promotes a number of positive outcomes. These may include opportunities for social inclusion, the creation of positive role models for other people ...
Increasing recognition of happiness in ambiguous facial expressions reduces anger and aggressive behavior
The ability to identify emotion in other people is critical to social functioning. In a series of experiments, we explored the relationship between recognition of emotion in ambiguous facial expressions and aggressive ...
A comparison of anger in offenders and non-offenders who have intellectual disabilities
Background: There is growing evidence of the effectiveness of cognitive behavioural therapy to treat anger in offenders with intellectual disabilities. The aim is to lower anger levels; the rationale is that this will ...
The link between early adolescent alcohol abuse and adult antisocial behaviour: A hypothesis revisited
Ten years ago the author advanced a novel hypothesis that proposed a causal link between childhood conduct disorder (CD) and early alcohol abuse in the genesis of adult antisocial behavior. In the context of antecedent CD, ...
A comparison of mentally disordered male offenders with and without a sexual offence: Their characteristics and outcome
Aim/Background: Among sex offenders, those with a co-occurring mental disorder requiring psychiatric hospitalization form a small but important subgroup that has received little empirical investigation in the UK. We compared ...
Treatment programs for high risk sexual offenders: Program and offender characteristics, attrition, treatment change and recidivism
The present manuscript is a review of program and offender characteristics, attrition, treatment change, and recidivism outcomes in programs targeting high risk sexual offenders. We begin by providing an overview of the ...
Situating Islamic feminism(s): Lived religion, negotiation of identity and assertion of third space by muslim women in Pakistan
This paper reports the findings of an exploratory, qualitative study with Pakistani women to explore how Muslim women studying English in higher education contexts in Pakistan engage with feminist thought. The broader aim ...
Shoplifting and kleptomania