Journal of Criminal Psychology: Volume 3 Issue 2


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Psychopathy and criminal behaviour: a psychosocial research perspective

Katie Dhingra, Daniel Boduszek

This paper aims to provide a critical review of the psychopathy literature, with a particular focus on recent research examining the relationship between psychopathy and various…


Prisoner intentions to participate in an electronic monitoring scheme: an application of the theory of planned behaviour

Rhonda Maria Young, Garry Raymond Prentice, Christopher George McLaughlin

There is a need to address the implications of offender electronic monitoring (EM) within Ireland. Thus this research examined prisoner EM participation intentions through an…

Evaluating the factor structure and reliability of the Community Attitudes Toward Sex Offenders (CATSO) scale

Lyn Shelton, Julia Stone, Belinda Winder

The study explored the factor structure and reliability of the Community Attitudes Toward Sex Offenders (CATSO) scale. The study also included an impression management scale.

Strategic race blindness: not so black and white?

Vincent Egan, Nicola Gilzeane, Maria Viskaduraki

Strategic race‐blindness (purposely avoiding mention of a target's ethnicity to appear unprejudiced) potentially hinders eyewitness testimony.

Understanding perceptions of stalking: the impact of additional contextual information regarding the breakdown of relationships

Simon C. Duff, Adrian J. Scott

Perception research has demonstrated that people view stranger stalkers to be more persistent and dangerous than ex‐partner stalkers. Although these findings are consistent with…

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