Journal of Criminal Psychology: Volume 10 Issue 3


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Co-morbid psychological distress groups among incarcerated men

Nancy Wolff, Francisco Caravaca Sánchez

This study aims to examine the behavioral health disorders and trauma exposure are disproportionately represented among incarcerated men. Historically, prisons have been…

An empirical evaluation of interpersonal deception theory in a real-world, high-stakes environment

Joseph York Thomas, David P. Biros

The study of deception and the theories, which have been developed have relied heavily on laboratory experiments in controlled environments, using American college students…

Autism spectrum disorders and stalking

Johanna E. Mercer, Clare Sarah Allely

Despite an increasing number of studies that examine sexual offending behaviour in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) individuals, there has been a lack of research investigating…

Mental Health Act transfers from prison to psychiatric hospital over a six-year period in a region of England

Laura Woods, Laura Craster, Andrew Forrester

There are high levels of psychiatric morbidity amongst people in prisons. In England and Wales, prisoners who present with the most acute mental health needs can be transferred to…

Classification of malicious insiders and the association of the forms of attacks

Fletcher Glancy, David P. Biros, Nan Liang, Andy Luse

The authors argue that the current studies about malicious insiders confuse the fact that malicious attacks belong to two different categories, namely, those that launch…

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