Journal of Criminal Psychology: Volume 6 Issue 3

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Table of contents

Who do you think you are? An initial investigation of ego identity development and criminogenic thinking among incarcerated offenders

David W. Gavel, Jon T. Mandracchia

Criminogenic thinking refers to patterns of specific cognitive events associated with criminal behavior that facilitate the development and maintenance of patterned…

Once again: selecting foils as similar to the suspect, or matching the description of the culprit?

Avraham Levi

The purpose of this paper is to examine Clark et al.’s (2013) claim that, contrary to the white paper produced by the American Psychological Association (Wells et al.

Should sex traffickers be subject to sexually violent predator laws?

Benjamin Thomas Greer, Grace Cotulla, Halleh Seddighzadeh

Protecting society from sex offenders has presented a challenge for state legislatures. Recent decades have seen a significant increase in sexually motivated crimes…

Construct validity and dimensionality of the measure of criminal social identity using data drawn from American, Pakistani, and Polish inmates

Nicole Sherretts, Dominic Willmott

The purpose of this paper is to test the construct validity and dimensionality of the measure of criminal social identity (MCSI) within both a combined sample of American…

Cover of Journal of Criminal Psychology

ISSN:

2009-3829

Online date, start – end:

2011

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Dominic Willmott