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» Population variation in signaling behavior and contest outcome in the jacky dragon
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» Aggressiveness, inhibitory control, and emotional states: A provocation paradigm
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» Political bias in interpreting social media for forensic purposes: An introductory editorial essay
14/07/24 12:19 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» To tell or not to tell about bullying—New insights from the study on the perceptions of criminal sanctioning, anticipation of school punishment, agency, and trust toward school staff
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» The effects of a defendant's childhood physical abuse on lay support for sentencing: The moderating role of essentialism
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» Evolution of transgender rights in India: Better late than never
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» Physical exercise, social relationships, and bullying perpetration among school adolescents in China
04/07/24 14:25 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Introduction to a Special Issue: Neuropsychiatry and the law
03/07/24 13:53 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Understanding the moral cognition of aggression: Longitudinal serial effects of personal relative deprivation and hostility on within‐person changes in civic moral disengagement
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» Being on top versus not dangling at the bottom: Popularity motivation and aggression in youth
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» Approach‐avoidance tendencies in proactive and reactive aggression
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» Effects of medicalization on case outcomes in transgender employment discrimination court decisions
22/06/24 14:48 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Depathologization of trans* experience in ICD‐11: Suggestions for context‐sensitive psychotherapeutic work
20/06/24 15:53 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Probation practice and attention‐deficit hyperactivity disorder
19/06/24 14:35 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
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» Readmission after discharge from a medium secure service between 1999 and 2017: A retrospective cohort study
19/06/24 14:25 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
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» Exposure to aggression in three contexts of emergency response: A longitudinal examination of the relationship with psychological characteristics of the emergency responder
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» Gender‐affirming surgeries for transgender and gender diverse individuals and associated health outcomes
18/06/24 13:39 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Individual and contextual‐level predictors of progression in the bystander intervention model
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» Murdering the person closest to you: Similarities and differences between intimate partner sexual homicide and non‐intimate partner sexual homicide
17/06/24 09:35 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» The importance of excluding selected samples when estimating prevalence of mental disorders in the general prison population—A response to Baggio and Efthimiou (2024)
16/06/24 12:43 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
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» Meta‐analysis of the prevalence of attention‐deficit hyperactivity disorder in prison: A comment on Fazel and Favril (2024) and reanalysis of the data
14/06/24 04:00 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
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» Child and adolescent victims of sexual homicide in Chile between 1998 and 2021: A review of 27 cases and their autopsy reports
12/06/24 13:39 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Participation experiences of indirect victims of child sexual homicide in parole proceedings
11/06/24 12:39 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Introduction to special issue on social media for forensic mental evaluations
10/06/24 14:28 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Understanding sexual homicide in Korea using machine learning algorithms
10/06/24 14:24 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Unveiling the shadows: Investigating the interplay of stalking and sexual homicide—A case study
10/06/24 14:24 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Identifying victim types in sexual homicide: A latent class analysis using interactional victimology theories
08/06/24 14:24 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Cyberbullying victimization and perpetration: The influence on cyberostracism and youth anxiety
05/06/24 15:04 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» A comparison of patient ratings and staff ratings of disability using the World Health Organisation Disability Assessment Schedule in individuals with psychotic spectrum disorders who are forensic psychiatric inpatients
02/06/24 14:18 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
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» Widening the net: Use of social media data in personal injury and disability evaluations
01/06/24 16:29 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» How online data informs forensic mental health evaluations of sexual behavior: An overview
01/06/24 16:29 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Forensic assessment of somatoform and functional neurological disorders
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» Sleep disorders and criminal behavior
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» Forensic psychiatric issues in intellectual disability
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» Neurobiological evidence and criminal competencies
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» Therapeutic and risk relevance of psychopathy and general criminal attitude change in an institutional sexual offense treatment program
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» Police shootings, violent crime, race and socio‐economic factors in municipalities in the United States of America
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» The experiences of men in prison who do not receive visits from family or friends: A qualitative systematic review
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» A literature review of outcome and treatment options after acquired brain injury: Suggestions for adult offenders using knowledge from the general population
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» Prevalence of attention‐deficit hyperactivity disorder in adult prisoners: An updated meta‐analysis
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» Comparing child and adult sexual homicides in Australia and New Zealand: A retrospective study
27/05/24 15:14 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» The nature and extent of youth sextortion: Legal implications and directions for future research
22/05/24 05:03 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Traditional social learning predicts cyber deviance? Exploring the offending versatility thesis in social learning theory
20/05/24 11:33 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Counting the days: Exploring the post‐mortem interval factors in sexual homicides
19/05/24 13:47 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» How receiving welfare assistance could be linked to children's bullying victimization: Exploring the potential pathways
13/05/24 15:03 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Superhomicide offenders: Nosology, empirical features, and linkages to sexual and multiple murder typologies
28/04/24 15:03 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Trophy, souvenir, or simple theft? Taking items from the victim in sexual homicide
19/04/24 14:03 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Forensic psychological procedures in cases of technology‐facilitated sexual abuse among adolescents: A scoping review
18/04/24 13:53 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» How to get away with (sexual) murder? Unraveling cold cases in sexual homicide using a hybrid modeling probabilistic approach
17/04/24 13:29 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» An exploration of primary school teachers' perspectives on children's rights
08/04/24 05:34 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Forensic neuropsychological assessment
07/04/24 12:44 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
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» Sexual homicide offenders as repeat and nonrepeat offenders: An empirical study of sexual homicide cases in Mainland China
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» Sensory Penalties: Exploring the Senses in Spaces of Punishment and Social Control. Edited by Kate Herrity, Bethany E. Schmidt and Jason Warr (Emerald, 2021, 296pp., £70.00 Hbk)
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» Male, Failed, Jailed: Masculinities and “Revolving-Door” Imprisonment in the UK. By D. Maguire (Palgrave, 2021, 243pp, £89.99 hb)
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» Interactional Justice: The role of Emotions in the Performance of Loyalty. By lisa flower (Routledge, 2020, 220pp. £36.99 pb)
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» Mapping the Pains of Neo-Colonialism: A Critical Elaboration of Southern Criminology
16/05/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Recent appeals to decolonize criminology argue for a radical reorientation of the subject towards Global South relevant research agendas, theories and scholars. This paper begins by problematizing the current theoretical tendenc...

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» The Inconvenient Truth About Mobile Phone Distraction: Understanding the Means, Motive and Opportunity for Driver Resistance to Legal and Safety Messages
02/05/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Evidence for how phone-use impacts driving is clear: phone-using drivers are four times more likely to crash; demonstrate poor hazard detection ability; take longer to react to any hazards they notice; and can look yet fail to s...

» Securitizing the Colour Revolution: Assessing the Political Role of Triads in Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement
29/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract In Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, the use of Chinese triads to attack protestors has attracted international attention, forcing the regime to constrain further acts of grand illegitimate violence. Research suggests that triads w...

» Rethinking Prosecutorial Discretion: Towards A Moral Cartography of Prosecutors
27/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract This article examines the justifications that a group of prosecutors employs when coordinating human trafficking investigations in the Amazon. The study is based on interviews with officials who work in Madre de Dios, Peru, a re...

» This is Denmark: Prison Islands and the Detention of Immigrants
26/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract According to mainstream criminology, Nordic societies with their generous welfare states are supposed to moderate, if not restrict, penal powers. In the case of migration, we see the opposite pattern. In Denmark, we see extended...

» Parental Migration and Children’s Problem Behaviours in Rural China: Testing an Integrative Theoretical Model
21/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract This study aims to investigate the social mechanism underlying the associations between parental migration and left-behind children’s delinquent and deviant behaviours in rural China. Using a middle school student sample, our re...

» Segregation Seekers: an Alternative Perspective on the Solitary Confinement Debate
21/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Recent calls from senior managers, human rights groups and academics continue to scrutinize the impact of solitary confinement. But much less attention has been paid to prisoners’ own motivations for segregation. By analysing in...

» Politics, Research Design, and the ‘Architecture’ of Criminal Careers Studies
21/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Criminal careers research is one of the bedrocks—if not the bedrock—of criminology. It remains a key focal point of criminological research and has embraced ideas and theories from sociology, psychology, psychiatry and urban and...

» Exception, Symbolism and Compromise: The Resilience of Treason as a Capital offence
21/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract This article explores the causes, forms and consequences of the resilience of treason as a capital offence. Though generally overlooked by the literature on the death penalty, treason has been the second most common capital offe...

» Incarceration as a Fundamental Social Cause of Health Inequalities: Jails, Prisons and Vulnerability to COVID-19
07/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Although research has established the disproportionate health burdens among incarcerated persons, the literature has yet to identify a theoretical framework for outlining the harms of incarceration associated with pandemics. We ...

» ‘You’re not Serving Time, You’re Serving Christ’: Protestant Religion and Discourses of Responsibilization in a Women’s Prison
04/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Criminologists are increasingly concerned with how incarcerated persons navigate dominant carceral discourses. Insights from narrative criminology reveal that individuals draw on a variety of available discursive resources to ad...

» The Legitimacy of Change: Adopting/Adapting, Implementing and Sustaining Reforms within Community Corrections Agencies
04/04/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Many criminal justice institutions implement evidence-based reforms. While most scholars are aware of implementation challenges, we still know relatively little about sustainability. Using longitudinal data from criminal legal s...

» Rehabilitation and dynamic security in the Italian prison: challenges in transforming prison officers’ roles
15/03/21 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Drawing on prison officers’ accounts, this article addresses the extent to which the implementation of dynamic security and open cell regime has been successful in reforming Italian prisons. The article, based on a semi-ethnogra...

» Pathways from Relative Deprivation to Individual Violence: The Effect of Subjective Perception and Emotional Resentment in South Korea
07/03/21 20:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Criminological studies assert that individuals’ psychological cognition and emotional resentment mediate the effect of economic deprivation on individual violence; however, a limited number of studies have empirically addressed ...

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» “EXPERIENCE OF THE EXPECTED?” RACE AND ETHNICITY DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECTS OF POLICE CONTACT ON YOUTH*
12/03/18 12:25 from Criminology
Proponents of police reform have called for changes in the way police interact with citizens, particularly with people of color. The rationale, in part, is that when people have more favorable perceptions of their police encounters, they...

» MARKETIZED MENTALITY, COMPETITIVE/EGOISTIC SCHOOL CULTURE, AND DELINQUENT ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR: AN APPLICATION OF INSTITUTIONAL ANOMIE THEORY
01/03/18 02:16 from Criminology
We analyze the individual-level and school-level determinants of delinquency through the lens of a macro-sociological theory of crime—institutional anomie theory (IAT). The concept of a “marketized mentality” is introduced as a predictor...

» POISONED DEVELOPMENT: ASSESSING CHILDHOOD LEAD EXPOSURE AS A CAUSE OF CRIME IN A BIRTH COHORT FOLLOWED THROUGH ADOLESCENCE
20/02/18 12:50 from Criminology
The consequences of lead exposure for later crime are theoretically compelling, but direct evidence from representative, longitudinal samples is sparse. By capitalizing on an original follow-up of more than 200 infants from the birth coh...

» REASSESSING THE BREADTH OF THE PROTECTIVE BENEFIT OF IMMIGRANT NEIGHBORHOODS: A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS OF VIOLENCE RISK BY RACE, ETHNICITY, AND LABOR MARKET STRATIFICATION
02/02/18 12:00 from Criminology
Researchers in the United States have increasingly recognized that immigration reduces crime, but it remains unresolved whether this applies to people of different racial–ethnic and economic backgrounds. By using the 2008–2012 area-ident...

» CORRELATES OF VIOLENT POLITICAL EXTREMISM IN THE UNITED STATES*
02/02/18 11:55 from Criminology
Although research on terrorism has grown rapidly in recent years, few scholars have applied criminological theories to the analysis of individual-level political extremism. Instead, researchers focused on radicalization have drawn primar...

» STUDYING CRIME TRENDS: NORMAL SCIENCE AND EXOGENOUS SHOCKS*
23/01/18 07:45 from Criminology
The study of crime trends has proceeded along two paths: 1) normal science investigations of slow-moving and tractable changes in crime rates and explanatory conditions and 2) research encounters with unexpected and abrupt changes in cri...

» REVISITING JUVENILE WAIVER: INTEGRATING THE INCAPACITATION EXPERIENCE*
29/12/17 07:50 from Criminology
More than 20 years after an expansion of juvenile transfer policies, questions remain regarding the specific deterrent effect of juvenile waiver given the singular focus on the court of jurisdiction and neglect of other critical aspects ...

» THE ROLE OF TURNING POINTS IN ESTABLISHING BASELINE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PEOPLE IN DEVELOPMENTAL AND LIFE-COURSE CRIMINOLOGY
15/12/17 08:06 from Criminology
Turning points, between-person differences, and within-person changes have all been linked to desistance from crime. Nevertheless, the means through which between-person differences are frequently captured in life-course criminology make...

» TRACING CHARGE TRAJECTORIES: A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF RACE IN CHARGE CHANGES AT CASE SCREENING, ARRAIGNMENT, AND DISPOSITION*
04/12/17 09:45 from Criminology
Although social scientists and legal scholars have made valuable headway in identifying and explaining the relationships between myriad demographic, social, and legal factors and case outcomes, a sizable gap in understanding remains with...

» M.N.: FBI, get your hands off the Sciences!!! We do need the comprehensive, in-depth, objective investigation, reassessment, and reevaluation of the FBI. The FBI’s darling “special”, “professional”, and “VIP” informants made the nice careers for themselve
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» Behavior and Law: M.N.: FBI, get your hands off the Sciences!!! We d...
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» 11:40 AM 11/9/2017 - Online therapy proves effective for treating depression and anxiety
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» DO CELLMATES MATTER? A CAUSAL TEST OF THE SCHOOLS OF CRIME HYPOTHESIS WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR DIFFERENTIAL ASSOCIATION AND DETERRENCE THEORIES
04/11/17 10:15 from Criminology
In the schools of crime hypothesis, social interactions between inmates are assumed to produce criminogenic rather than deterrent prison peer effects, thus implicating them in the persistence of high recidivism rates and null or criminog...

» TOWARD A BIFURCATED THEORY OF EMOTIONAL DETERRENCE
05/10/17 15:50 from Criminology
Since Hobbes (1957 [1651] and Beccaria (1963 [1764]), scholars have theorized that the emotion of fear is critical for deterrence. Nevertheless, contemporary deterrence researchers have mostly overlooked the distinction between perceived...

» The principles of political criminology - Links Reviewed on 9.29.17
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» TESTING THE TRANSITIVITY OF REPORTED RISK PERCEPTIONS: EVIDENCE OF COHERENT ARBITRARINESS
25/09/17 08:55 from Criminology
An often implicit assumption of perceptual deterrence tests is that the elicited values pertaining to arrest risk reflect stable underlying beliefs. But researchers in other disciplines have found that reported expectations are highly su...

» Renowned psychiatrist warns Americans: You have a duty to call out Trump as danger to others
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» Is Donald Trump actually crazy?
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» The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump and “A Duty to Warn”
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» Harvard Psychiatrist: Trump Is a ‘Sociopath’ and a ‘Very Sick Individual’
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» Will Trump Be the Death of the Goldwater Rule? - The New Yorker | Hundreds of pages of new details on Trump-Russia dossier and Pee Pee Tape are on verge of being released - Thursday August 24th, 2017 at 9:30 AM - Palmer Report
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» Who cares about the American Psychiatric Association (is it just a "professional" branch of the FBI?!) and its "rules or no-rules"?! Just disband the little nincompoops!
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» An Experimental Evaluation of the Impact of Intensive Supervision on the Recidivism of High-Risk Probationers
09/12/16 07:18 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
This article reports the results of an experimental evaluation of the impact of Intensive Supervision Probation (ISP) on probationer recidivism. Participants, who were assessed at an increased likelihood of committing serious crimes and ...

» Using Structural Equations to Model Akers Social Learning Theory With Data on Intimate Partner Violence
09/12/16 07:18 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Akers’ social learning theory (SLT) is one of the predominate theories of criminal behavior; moreover, its empirical validity has been consistently supported by the extant research literature. However, a number of limitations plagu...

» Utilizing Alternate Models for Analyzing Count Outcomes
09/12/16 07:18 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Although ordinary least squares (OLS) regression was once a common tool for modeling discrete count outcomes in criminology and criminal justice, the past several decades have seen an increasing reliance on regression techniques specific...

» Managing Inflation: On the Use and Potential Misuse of Zero-Inflated Count Regression Models
09/12/16 07:18 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Poisson and negative binomial regression procedures have proliferated, and now are available in virtually all statistical packages. Along with the regression procedures themselves are procedures for addressing issues related to the over-...

» Book Review: Serial killers: The psychosocial development of humanitys worst offenders
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» Book Review: Understanding sexual homicide offenders: An integrated approach
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» A Multivariate Model for Analyzing Crime Scene Information: Predicting Stranger, Solo Offender, and Money-Oriented Motive of Japanese Homicides
31/10/16 21:00 from Homicide Studies: Most-Read Full-Text Articles
Goro Fujita, Kazumi Watanabe, Kaeko Yokota, Mamoru Suzuki, Taeko Wachi, Yusuke Otsuka, Hiroki Kuraishi Nov 1, 2016; 20:295-320 Article

» Trump Anxiety - 2016 elections and mental health - News Review
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» "Charismatic" and "Archetypal" Leaders, their groups, and crowds - Psychiatry and Political Science review
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» Psychiatry, Politics, and National Security - News Review
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» Trump, Putin The Mob, and Terrorism
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» Nobel Laureate and Columbia professor Dr Eric Kandel discusses the nature of good and evil via the Trump candidacy
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» The psychoanalysis of Donald Trump - Links
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» The 1990s Homicide Decline: A Western World or International Phenomenon? A Research Note
05/10/16 03:29 from Homicide Studies recent issues
Recent studies suggest that the United States was not the only country that experienced a drop in crime in the 1990s. However, this line of research is largely limited to a small number of developed countries and only recently has explor...

» Addendum to "Homicide Injury Quantification: Correlations and Reliability of Injury Severity Scores Applied to Homicide Victims." Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 88-100
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» Trump team builds 'psychological profile' of Clinton for debate - Politico | The psychoanalysis of Donald Trump
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» Trump's Diagnosis: The Samson Syndrome | Trump, Samson, and the mythological approach in Political Personology
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» Moral Truth and Compounded Trauma: The Effects of Acquittal of Homicide Defendants on the Families of the Victims
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This article examines the impact of acquittal of homicide defendants on the families of the homicide victim(s), illustrating how the families’ trauma was framed and complicated by the criminal justice process. Homicide trials had p...

» Neighborhood Sociostructure and Adolescent Homicide Victimization in Johannesburg, South Africa
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The socioeconomic conditions of communities in which young South Africans live may be an important contributor to the high levels of violence in the country. Informed by social disorganization theory, this study examined the relationship...

» Democratic Cultural Values as Predictors of Cross-National Homicide Variation in Europe
22/06/16 07:50 from Homicide Studies recent issues
This study examines the extent to which variations in homicide rates across Europe, particularly differences between Western and Eastern Europe, can be explained by democratic cultural values. Prior studies have shown that individualism ...

» The (Null) Effects of Percent Young on 15 to 24 Age-Specific and Male- and Female-Specific Cross-National Homicide Rates
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Recent systematic research indicated percent of the population that is young is not significantly associated with cross-national homicide victimization rates. However, there are theoretical reasons to expect percent young may be associat...

» Effective Police Homicide Investigations: Evidence From Seven Cities With High Clearance Rates
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» Racial (In)variance, Disadvantage, and Lethal Violence: A Survival Analysis of Black Homicide Victimization Risk in the United States
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» Religiosity and Regional Variation of Lethal Violence: Integrated Model
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The present study tested the impact of religiosity and region on lethal violence in 83 countries by applying an integrated model. The regression results provided support for Durkheim’s proposition that religious passion might lead ...

» Prolonged Grief, Posttraumatic Stress, Anger, and Revenge Phenomena Following Homicidal Loss: The Role of Negative Cognitions and Avoidance Behaviors
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A reader notes that a majority of women prisoners were abused before they were incarcerated, and the violence continues while in prison.

» Italian Cuisine Worth Going to Prison For
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InGalera, a restaurant that opened recently to rave reviews, is inside the Bollate Penitentiary on the outskirts of the city.

» Review: Memoirs From Two Eras Testify to Prison’s Corrosive Effect
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“The Life and the Adventures of a Haunted Convict” and “Writing My Wrongs” paint harrowing portraits of incarceration in America.

» Mount Vernon, N.Y., Police Found Not Responsible for Woman’s Death in Holding Cell
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Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman said the inquiry into Raynette Turner’s death also showed that there was “no good reason” for the delay in her arraignment on theft charges.

» Jail Injury Claims Against New York City Surge
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Personal injury complaints from correction employees and inmates rose by 27 percent, the city comptroller said, and most came from the Rikers Island complex.

» Family Says Death of Black Woman in South Carolina Jail Was Easily Preventable
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Court documents showed the chain of events leading up to Joyce Curnell’s death in July while in police custody.

» Jailed for Stealing Tools in 1980, ‘Prison Houdini’ Is Denied Release
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Mark DeFriest, whose prison sentences snowballed after repeated escape attempts, was given an additional six months by a parole board on Wednesday.

» Suit Alleges Persistent Sexual Abuse of Female Inmates in New York State Prisons
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The suit, replete with claims of forcible intercourse, harassment and voyeurism, seeks to end what it calls the “pattern of sexual misconduct” at the state’s all-female correctional facilities.

» Private Prisons Are Cashing In on Refugees’ Desperation
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From Australia to Austria to America, governments are relying on for-profit contractors to warehouse detainees. It’s bad policy.

» For Inmates, a Step Up With College
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» Neighborhood Context and Media Constructions of Murder: A Multilevel Analysis of Homicide Newspaper Coverage in Los Angeles County
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» Adult Male-on-Female Stranger Sexual Homicide: A Descriptive (Baseline) Study From Great Britain
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» Income Inequality and Homicide in the United States: Consistency Across Different Income Inequality Measures and Disaggregated Homicide Types
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» The Accuracy of Supplementary Homicide Report Rates for Large U.S. Cities
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» Mass Shootings in America: Moving Beyond Newtown
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» Media Salience and the Framing of Mass Murder in Schools: A Comparison of the Columbine and Sandy Hook Massacres
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» "Ex-Imprisoned Homicide Offenders: Once Bitten, Twice Shy?" The Effect of the Length of Imprisonment on Recidivism for Homicide Offenders
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» Street Gangs and Aggregate Homicides: An Analysis of Effects During the 1990s Violent Crime Peak
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» Tough on Crime or Beating the System: An Evaluation of Missouri Department of Mental Health's Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity Murder Acquittees
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» Murder in Black: A Media Distortion Analysis of Homicides in Baltimore in 2010
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» Theories of Homicide
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» Violentization Theory and Genocide
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» Race/Ethnic-Specific Homicide Rates in New York City: Evaluating the Impact of Broken Windows Policing and Crack Cocaine Markets
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» Linking Criminal History to Crime Scene Behavior in Single-Victim and Serial Homicide: Implications for Offender Profiling Research
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» Prostitutes as Victims of Serial Homicide: Trends and Case Characteristics, 1970-2009
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» Onset of Offending and Life Course Among Men Convicted of Murder
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» Male Serial Homicide: The Influence of Cultural and Structural Variables
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