Journal of Criminal Psychology: Volume 9 Issue 1


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May the choice be with you: assisting practitioners with selecting appropriate psychometric assessments for the medico legal arena

Ashley Cartwright

Fraudulently claiming symptoms of mental disorder can be very lucrative for those in society who are willing to do so. One context that lends itself well to those willing to…

Executive functioning as a predictive measure of offending behaviour

Karin A. Spenser, Ray Bull, Lucy Betts, Belinda Winder

Prosociality is considered important in the study of offenders and associated cognitive skills: theory of mind, empathic understanding and moral reasoning, are said to enable…

Women Offenders’ Criminal Narrative Experience

Kayley Ciesla, Maria Ioannou, Laura Hammond

Although there is a vast array of theories on crime, one area that is largely under-represented is that of the actual experience of the offender engaged in criminal acts. The…

Context matters: juvenile correctional confinement and psychosocial development

Shelly Schaefer, Gina Erickson

The purpose of this paper is to investigate how adolescent arrest and correctional confinement impact psychosocial development during the transition to adulthood.

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  • Dr Dominic Willmott