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Clinical Assessment of Dangerousness

Clinical Assessment of Dangerousness
Empirical Contributions

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Paul S. Appelbaum, Linda Pagani, Georges-F. Pinard, Elizabeth J. Susman, Jordan W. Finkelstein, Richard E. Tremblay, David P. Farrington, John Monahan, Kenneth Tardiff, Jari Tiihonen, Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Phyllis Sharps, Nancy Glass, Maureen Marks, Charles P. Ewing, Joan McCord, Philip Bean, J. Reid Meloy
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  • Date Published: November 2000
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521641234

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  • Unrealistic public policies have increasingly concerned clinicians who fear being held responsible for their decisions in a legal climate that expects them to accurately predict the future. Clinical Assessment of Dangerousness provides a forum in which a group of internationally recognized scholars present the major conceptual issues and themes in their areas of violence research. Each chapter includes an issue-based essay that makes the research findings clinically relevant for assessment and prediction of violence. This book provides a reference that outlines key information for conducting more effective risk assessments with different populations.

    • Bridges the gap between research literature and clinical practice
    • Comprises experts in specific fields of dangerousness
    • Covers hot topics (e.g. developmental roots of violence, biology of violence, and family issues)
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    "[E]ssential reading...At the least, this book should be readily available on the bookshelf for rapid reference. Sooner rather than later, the clinician will need it." Journal of the American Medical Association

    "Valuable because it contains a variety of informative chapters regarding various types of violence, violent offenders, and antecedents of violence...This volume does provide a fairly comprehensive overview of validated risk factors for violence in a wide variety of contexts...Would be an appropriate text, or supplemental text, for graduate courses on violent behavior...There is much in this volume that would be useful for practicing clinicians as well." Contemporary Psychology

    "Timely and relevant for those in the forensic arena and the psychiatrist for whom this issue emerges in routine practice...A comprehensive overview of the scientific literature... Informative and up-to-date... Suitable for trainees preparing for written examinations and forensic psychiatrists with an interest in criminal matters." Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry

    "Meticulously edited and attractively bound...presents an up-to-date review of dangerousness and its assessment. The editors have assembled an impressive roster of collaborators....Extremely instructive....Should be read by psychiatrists and mental health specialists engaged in predicting and managing violent behaviors." Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

    "Georges-Franck Pinard and Linda Pagini, of the University of Montreal, are to be congratulated on this solid, useful summary of the clinical understanding of dangerousness." Psychiatric Services

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    Product details

    • Date Published: November 2000
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521641234
    • length: 302 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 21 mm
    • weight: 0.54kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Contributors
    Prologue Paul S. Appelbaum
    Part I. Introduction:
    1. Clinical assessment of dangerousness: an overview of the literature Linda Pagani and Georges-F. Pinard
    Part II. Basic Issues in Violence Research:
    2. Biology, development, and dangerousness Elizabeth J. Susman and Jordan W. Finkelstein
    3. The development of physical aggression during childhood and the prediction of later dangerousness Richard E. Tremblay
    4. Predicting adult official and self-reported violence David P. Farrington
    Part III. Mental Health Issues and Dangerousness:
    5. Major mental disorder and violence: epidemiology and risk assessment John Monahan
    6. Axis II disorders and dangerousness Kenneth Tardiff
    7. Recidivistic violent behaviour and axis I and II disorders Jari Tiihonen
    Part IV. Family Issues and Dangerousness:
    8. Risk assessment for intimate partner homicide Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Phyllis Sharps and Nancy Glass
    9. Parents at risk of filicide Maureen Marks
    10. Parricide Charles P. Ewing
    Part V. Individual Characteristics and Dangerousness:
    11. Alcohol and dangerousness Joan McCord
    12. Violence and substance abuse Philip Bean
    13. Threats, stalking and criminal harassment J. Reid Meloy
    Part VI. Conclusion:
    14. Discussion and clinical commentary on issues in the assessment and prediction of dangerousness Georges-F. Pinard and Linda Pagani
    Index.

  • Editors

    Georges-Franck Pinard, Université de Montréal

    Linda Pagani, Université de Montréal

    Contributors

    Paul S. Appelbaum, Linda Pagani, Georges-F. Pinard, Elizabeth J. Susman, Jordan W. Finkelstein, Richard E. Tremblay, David P. Farrington, John Monahan, Kenneth Tardiff, Jari Tiihonen, Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Phyllis Sharps, Nancy Glass, Maureen Marks, Charles P. Ewing, Joan McCord, Philip Bean, J. Reid Meloy

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