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Forensic Psychology (Four Volume Set)

by Ray Bull SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
12/2010
ISBN:
9781847879530
Format:
Hbk 1512 pages
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Around the world, the popularity and impact of forensic psychology is rapidly increasing. One of the most active applied disciplines in the field of psychology, borne out of cognitive and clinical psychology, forensic psychology or psychology and law is dedicated to the study of the criminal mind, the psychology of criminal investigation and the judicial system and is now a very international field. In spite of its age, the discipline has grown rapidly into a robust academic field in its own terms with numerous journals and societies around the world dedicated to its evolution.

This collection brings together the major influential journal articles in forensic psychology. The collection is a foundation resource and first point of reference for individuals and institutions who seek to build their knowledge and expertise in forensic psychology. Each volume is prefaced by a comprehensive introduction written by the editor.

Volume 1: Psychological Accounts of Crime

Volume 2: Psychology and Crime Investigation

Volume 3: Psychology in the Justice System

Volume 4: Psychology and Assessment / Crime Prevention / Imprisonment / Treatment

VOLUME 1: PSYCHOLOGICAL ACCOUNTS OF CRIME Rational Choice, Deterrence, and Social Learning Theory in Criminology: The path not taken - R. Akers, R Forty-four Juvenile Thieves - J. Bowlby Personality and Crime: Where do we stand? - H.J. Eysenck Criminal Behavior and Learning Theory - C.R. Jeffery A Psychoanalytic Theory of Juvenile Delinquency - C. Schoenfeld Anger, Over-Control and Serious Violent Offending - L. Davey, A. Day and K. Howells Understanding Crime Displacement: An application of rational choice theory - D. Cornish and R. Clarke A Norwegian Twin Study of Criminality - O.S. Dalgaard and E. Kringlen An Overview of the Relationship Between Moral Reasoning and Offending - E. Palmer Mental Disorder and Violent Behaviour - J. Monahan Outcome Evaluation of 161 People with Mild Intellectual Disabilities who Have Offending or Challenging Behaviour - J. Law, W. Lindsay, K. Quinn and A. Smith Adolescent-Limited and Life-Course-Persistent Antisocial Behaviour: A developmental taxonomy - T.E. Moffitt Families and Delinquency: A meta-analysis of the impact of broken homes - L.E. Wells and J.H. Rankin Criminogenic Need and Women Offenders: A critique of the literature - C.R. Hollin and E.J. Palmer White Collar, Organised and Cyber Crimes in the Media: Some contrasts and similarities - M. Levi Violence: Criminal psychopaths and their victims - S. Williamson, R. Hare, and S. Wong Comparison of Sex Offenders to Non-Sex Offenders on Selected Psychological Measures - D. Fisher, A. Beech and K. Browne VOLUME TWO: PSYCHOLOGY AND CRIME INVESTIGATION The Revised NEO Personality Inventory as Predictor of Police Academy Performance - P. Detrick, J. Chibnall and M. Luebbert Evaluation of Police Recruit Training Involving Psychology - R. Bull and P. Horncastle Prediction of Dysfunctional Job Behaviors Among Law Enforcement Officers - C. Sarchione, M. Cuttler, P. Muchinsky, and R. Nelson-Gray, R Can Ethics Survive the Shock of the Job?: Quebec's police recruits confront reality - M. Alain and M. Gregoire The Effects of Case Characteristics on Suspect Behaviour During Police Questioning - S. Moston, G. Stephenson and T. Williamson Murderers' and Sexual Offenders' Experiences of Police Interviews and Their Inclination to Admit or Deny Crimes - U. Holmberg and S.A. Christianson Detecting True Lies: Police Officers' Ability to Detect Suspects' Lies - S. Mann, A. Vrij and R. Bull What is the Current Truth About Polygraph Lie Detection - K. Fiedler, J. Schmid and T. Stahl The Psychology of Confession Evidence - S. Kassin Recent Research on Children's Testimony About Experienced and Witnessed Events - M. Pipe, M. Lamb, Y. Orbach and P. Esplin, P Using the Cognitive Interview With Adults with Mild Learning Disability - R. Milne, I. Clare and R. Bull False Memories About Food Can Lead to Food Avoidance - D. Bernstein, C. Laney, E. Morris and E. Loftus The Aging Eyewitness: Effects of age on face, delay, and source-memory ability - A. Memon, J. Bartlett, R. Rose and C. Gray A Meta-Analysis of the Verbal Overshadowing Effect in Face Identification - C. Meissner and J. Brigham Seeing Black: Race, crime, and visual processing - J. Eberhardt, P. Goff, V. Purdie and H. Hoffman A Comparison of Mechanical and Computer-Driven Systems - G. Davies, P. van der Willik, P and L. Morrison The Psychology of Linking Crimes: A review of the evidence. - J. Woodhams, C.R. Hollin and R. Bull VOLUME 3: PSYCHOLOGY IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM Race-Based Judgments, Race-Neutral Justifications: Experimental examination of peremptory use and the Batson challenge procedure - S. Sommers and M. Norton Effects of Prejudicial Pretrial Publicity From Physical and Witness Evidence on Mock Jurors' Decision Making - J. Shaw and P. Skolnick The Effects of British and American Trial Procedures on the Quality of Juror Decision-Making - M. Collett and M.B. Kovera How Jurors Use and Misuse Character Evidence - J. Hunt and T. Budeshem Younger and Older Jurors: The influence of environmental supports on memory performance and decision making in complex trials - J.M. FITZGERALD The Effects of Attorney Presentation Style, Attorney Gender and Juror Gender on Juror Decisions - P. Hahn and S. Clayton Big Girls Don't Cry: The effect of child witness demeanor on juror decisions in a child sexual abuse trial - J. Golding, H. Fryman and D. Marsil, D Speech Style and Impression Formation in a Court Setting: The effects of powerful and powerless speech - B. Erickson, E. Lind, B. Johnson and W. O'Barr Asked and Answered: Questioning Children in the Courtroom - R. Zajac, J. Gross and H. Hayne Courtroom Questioning as a Culturally Situated Persuasive Genre of Talk - Y. Chang Witnesses With Intellectual Disabilities in Court: What questions are asked and what influence do they have? - M. Kebbell, C. Hatton and S. Johnson Judges' and Psychologists' Assessments of Legal and Clinical Factors in Competence for Execution - K. Ackerson, S. Brodsky and P. Zapf A Critical Assessment of Child Custody Evaluations - R. Emery, R. Otto and W. O'Donoghue Issues and Considerations Regarding the Use of Assessment Instruments in the Evaluation of Competence to Stand Trial - P. Zapf and J. Viljoen The Expert Witness, the Adversary System, and the Voice of Reason: Reconciling impartiality and advocacy - D. Shuman and S. Greenberg The Practice of Forensic Psychology: A look toward the future in light of the past - R. Otto and K. Heilbrun What's the Point of Sentencing?: Psychological aspects of crime and punishment - J. McGuire VOLUME 4: PSYCHOLOGY AND ASSESSMENT/CRIME PREVENTION/IMPRISONMENT/TREATMENT Risk and Need Assessment in British Probation: The contribution of LSI-R - P. Raynor Improving the Clinical Practice of Violence Risk Assessment: Technology, guidelines and training - R. Borum The Characteristics of Persistent Sex Offenders: A meta-analysis of recidivism studies - R. Hanson and K. Morton-Burgoon Assessing the Effect of Batterer Program Completion on Reassault Using Propensity Scores - A. Jones, R. D'Agostino, E. Gondolf and A. Heckett What Works?: Questions and answers about prison reform - R. Martinson Does Correctional Treatment Work? A clinically relevant and informed meta analysis. - D.A. Andrews, I. Zinger, R.D. Hoge, J. Bonta, P. Gendreau and F.T. Cullen An Outcome Evaluation of a Restorative Justice Alternative to Incarceration - J. Bonta, S. Wallace-Capretta, J. Rooney and K. Mcanoy Situational Crime Prevention: Theory and practice - R. Clarke Offending Behaviour Programmes in the Community: The effects on reconviction of three programmes with adult male offenders - E.J. Palmer, J. McGuire, J.C. Hounsome, R.M. Hatcher, C.A. Bilby and C.R. Hollin Capital Punishment and Deterrence: Examining the effect of executions on rates of murder in Texas - J. Sorensen, R. Wrinkle, V. Brwer and J. Marquart Inmate Adjustment and Change During Shock Incarceration: The impact of correctional boot camp programs - D.L. MacKenzie and J.W. Shaw Re-Examining the Cruel and Unusual Punishment of Prison Life - J. Bonta and P. Gerndreau Evaluation of a National Prison-Based Treatment Program for Sexual Offenders in England and Wales - C. Friendship, R. Mann and A. Beech Cognitive Skills Offending Behaviour Programs in the Community: A reconviction analysis - C. Hollin, J. McGuire, J. Hounsome, R. Hatcher, C. Bilby and E. Palmer Mental Health Issues in Long-Term Solitary and 'Supermax' Confinement - C. Haney Multisystematic Treatment of Criminality and Violence in Adolescents - C. Borduin

Raymond Bull has been Chair in Forensic Psychology at the University of Leicester in since early 2004. Previously, he was the Associate Director of the Centre for Forensic Psychology at the University of Portsmouth. His major interest is the investigative interviewing of suspects, witnesses and victims. He also conducts research on witness memory, including voice recognition. In April 2009 at the Annual Conference of the 'International Investigative Interviewing Research Group', he was presented with the 'Senior Academic Award' for his 'significant lifetime contribution to the field of investigative interviewing'.