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The Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521701815)

The Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology
Cambridge University Press
9780521878098 - The Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology - Edited by Jennifer M. Brown and Elizabeth A. Campbell
Table of Contents

Contents

List of figures
xvi
List of tables
xviii
Contributors
xix
Acknowledgements
xxiv
Forensic psychology: a case of multiple identities
Jennifer M. Brown and Elizabeth A. Campbell
1
Part I    Psychological underpinnings
15
1.1       Action system applied to forensic topics
David Canter
17
1.2       Child and adolescent offending
Shihning Chou and Kevin Browne
23
1.3       Developmental perspectives on offending
Robert D. Hoge
34
1.4       The evolutionary psychology perspective
Vernon L. Quinsey
43
1.5       Eyewitness memory
Carolyn Semmler and Neil Brewer
49
1.6       Facet meta-theory
Jennifer M. Brown
58
1.7       Head injury and offending
T. M. McMillan
65
1.8       Investigative decision making
Marie Eyre and Laurence Alison
73
1.9       Investigative psychology
David Canter
81
1.10      Personality theories and offending
Vincent Egan
86
1.11      Pragmatic psychology
Daniel B. Fishman and Jane Goodman-Delahunty
95
1.12      Sexual offenders
Anthony R. Beech
102
1.13      Social psychological theories applied to forensic psychology topics
Jennifer M. Brown
111
1.14      Theories of change
Mary McMurran
118
1.15      Therapeutic jurisprudence
Michael King and David Wexler
126
1.16      Violent offending
Kevin Howells
133
Part II   Assessments
141
2.1       Child victims of sexual abuse
Miranda A. H. Horvath
143
2.2       Credibility
Mark Kebbell
153
2.3       Crime pattern analysis
Jennifer M. Brown
159
2.4       Evaluating violence risk in young people
Paul A. Tiffin and Joanne M. Nadkarni
166
2.5       Eyewitness testimony
Dan Yarmey
177
2.6       False memory
Cara Laney and Elizabeth F. Loftus
187
2.7       Intellectual disabilities and offending
John L. Taylor and William R. Lindsay
195
2.8       Interrogative suggestibility and false confessions
Gisli H. Gudjonsson
202
2.9       Investigative interviewing
Becky Milne and Martine Powell
208
2.10      Mental health
Seena Fazel
215
2.11      Mentally disordered offenders
Derek Perkins
221
2.12      Memory
Martin A. Conway
230
2.13      Offender profiling
David Canter
236
2.14      Parenting capacity and conduct
Christine Puckering
242
2.15      Parole decision making
Renée Gobeil and Ralph C. Serin
251
2.16      Personality and crime
Sean Hammond
259
2.17      Personality disorder classification in forensic settings
Todd E. Hogue
267
2.18      Polygraphy
Don Grubin
276
2.19      Post-traumatic stress disorder
Adria Pearson, Heidi La Bash and Victoria Follette
283
2.20      Psychopathy
David Cooke
292
2.21      Risk and dangerousness in adults
Grant T. Harris and Marnie E. Rice
299
2.22      Sexual offender assessment
G. A. Serran, W. L. Marshall, L. E. Marshall and M. D. O’Brien
307
2.23      Statement validity analysis
Jennifer M. Brown
319
2.24      Suicide risk in adolescents and adults
Bruce D. Kirkcaldy, Randall Richardson-Vejlgaard and Joav Merrick
327
2.25      Vulnerable adults’ capacity
Camilla Herbert
335
Part III  Interventions
343
3.1       Child sexual abuse
Miranda A. H. Horvath
345
3.2       Clinical relevance of restorative justice
Guy Hall
354
3.3       Crisis negotiation
Carol A. Ireland
361
3.4       Parenting programmes
Christine Puckering
368
3.5       Preventing delinquency and later criminal offending
David P. Farrington and Brandon C. Welsh
376
3.6       Programmed interventions for offenders
Susan Young
384
3.7       Rediscovering recovery and rehabilitation in drug and alcohol services
Neil McKeganey
393
3.8       Rehabilitation of offenders
James McGuire
400
3.9       Risk management
Roisin Hall
410
3.10      Suicide in prisons
Graham Towl
416
3.11      Therapeutic communities
Fiona Warren
423
3.12      Treatment of sexual offenders
Leigh Harkins and Brian Thomas-Peter
434
3.13      Rehabilitating violent offenders
Devon L. L. Polaschek
441
3.14      Victims of terrorism
Elizabeth A. Campbell
453
Part IV   Psychology and criminal behaviour
465
4.1       Residential burglary: methodological and theoretical underpinnings
Claire Nee
467
4.2       Criminal careers
David P. Farrington
475
4.3       Interpersonal deception detection
Lynsey Gozna and Julian Boon
484
4.4       Domestic violence
Elizabeth Gilchrist
492
4.5       Genocide
Joanna R. Adler and Agnieszka Golec de Zavala
502
4.6       Hate crime
Tom Ellis and Nathan Hall
511
4.7       Internet sexual offending
Max Taylor and Ethel Quayle
520
4.8       Murder: legal, psychological and investigative approaches
Louis B. Schlesinger
527
4.9       Robbery
Louise E. Porter
535
4.10      Sexual assault
Miranda A. H. Horvath
543
4.11      Sexual fantasy and sex offending
Jane Palmer
552
4.12      Stalking
Helinä Häkkänen-Nyholm
562
4.13      Terrorism research: current issues and debates
Margaret Wilson
571
Part V    Psychology and civil law
579
5.1       Assessing and reporting on work-related stress
Elizabeth A. Campbell
581
5.2       Asylum seekers and refugees
Elizabeth A. Campbell
588
5.3       Consent and capacity in civil cases
Camilla Herbert
596
5.4       Discrimination and employment tribunals
Jennifer M. Brown
602
5.5       Personal injury
Graham E. Powell and Charlotte C. Powell
612
Part VI   Special topics
621
6.1       Arson
Katarina Fritzon
623
6.2       Bullying among prisoners
Jane L. Ireland
630
6.3       Child soldiers
Ilse Derluyn and Eric Broekaert
638
6.4       Crime prevention
Jennifer M. Brown
645
6.5       Guns and shootings
Claire Cooke
652
6.6       Hostage taking: effects, coping and adjustment
David A. Alexander
660
6.7       Hypnosis
Graham Wagstaff
668
6.8       Jury decision making
Lorraine Hope
675
6.9       Malingering: models and methods
Nathan D. Gillard and Richard Rogers
683
6.10      Munchausen by proxy
Catherine C. Ayoub
690
6.11      Occupational culture
Jennifer M. Brown
700
6.12      Occupational stress in police and prison staff
Paula Brough and Amanda Biggs
707
6.13      Sexual harassment
Adrian Bowers and William O’Donohue
718
6.14      Undercover policing and psychological stress
Robert J. Edelmann
725
6.15      Victimology
Jennifer M. Brown
732
6.16      Young children presenting with sudden infant death syndrome or apparent life-threatening events
Catherine C. Ayoub
739
Part VII  Professional practice
747
7.1       Ethical practice
Jennifer M. Brown
749
7.2       Diversity, equality and human rights
Jennifer M. Brown
758
7.3       Expert witnesses in civil cases
Elizabeth A. Campbell
766
7.4       The psychologist as expert witness in criminal cases
Michael Carlin
773
7.5       Professional training and education in forensic psychology
Elizabeth A. Campbell
783
Part VIII Research practice
789
8.1       Criminals’ personal narratives
David Canter
791
8.2       Designing research using facet theory
Jennifer M. Brown
795
8.3       Drawing out the meaning in data: multidimensional scaling within forensic psychology research
Darragh O’Neill and Sean Hammond
803
8.4       Evaluation of systemic interventions
Arlene Vetere
813
8.5       Evaluating offending behaviour programmes in prison
Helen Wakeling and Rosie Travers
820
8.6       Qualitative approaches in relation to forensic research practice
Peter Banister
830
8.7       Randomized control trials
Clive R. Hollin
837
8.8       Reliable change and clinical significance
Darragh O’Neill
843
Author index
853
Subject index
885



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