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Clarifying the psychopathy construct and its role in risk assessment Raymond R. Corrado is a full professor in the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University and was an associate faculty member in the Psychology department and the Faculty of Health Sciences.
As part of his more recent research, Dr. This project has become the largest and longest running study of young offenders in Canada. His research team is currently in the process of tracking these young offenders through adulthood.
As part of this project, his research team is in the process of examining the construct validity and predictive validity of the Comprehensive Assessment of Psychopathic Personality- Institutional Rating Scale CAPP-IRS among a sample of approximately serious and violent young offenders.
Read more Click to hide Abstract. This keynote address discusses why psychopathic personality disturbance PPD appears to be inadequately measured by existing research instruments and illustrates why measurement more towards the clinical perspective of PPD as a personality construct is beneficial, especially from a risk assessment perspective.
Particular focus will be given to the assessment of PPD among adolescents and the importance for risk assessors to move beyond the typical or predominant approach that involves the narrow focus on recidivism.
Using more sophisticated analytic strategies that better model the complexity of offending over time is needed to avoid under-estimating The psychodynamic approach s key streng utility of PPD as a key covariate. In this address, the value of merging a CAPP-centered approach to PPD measurement with a criminal career approach to risk assessment is asserted.
His major research interest is in developmental criminology, and he is Director of the Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development, a prospective longitudinal survey of over London males from age 8 to age In addition to over published journal articles and book chapters on criminological and psychological topics, he has published nearly books, monographs and government reports.
First of all, I review knowledge about personality, hyperactivity, impulsivity, low intelligence, low attainment and low empathy in relation to offending. Then I review knowledge about parental discipline, parental supervision, parental attitude, young parents, child abuse, criminal parents, parental conflict and disrupted families in relation to offending.
Then I review several major developmental and life-course theories of offending. Then I review the effectiveness of prevention methods, including home visiting, pre-school intellectual enrichment programmes, parent training, child skills training, anti-bullying programmes, mentoring, Functional Family Therapy, Multisystemic Therapy and Communities that Care.
I conclude that the benefits of these programmes greatly outweigh their costs. I end with recommendations about how psychologists can contribute more effectively to knowledge, theory and policy on offending. He has published widely in the fields of juvenile antisocial behavior and delinquency, substance use, and mental health problems.
The present paper addresses these issues by presenting a model of the unfolding of risk factors with development, the linear and nonlinear dose-response relationships between risk factors and delinquency outcomes for boys and girls, and the relevance of this knowledge for interventions to prevent or remediate delinquency.
He is was also Director of Rockwood Psychological Services for 45 years. Rockwood provided treatment, assessment, and research services for various disorders, including sexual offending. Bill has been on the Editorial Boards of 20 international scientific journals, and has over publications including 21 books.
He has consulted with, and provided training for, prison services in 15 countries and presented at conferences around the world. In addition to numerous other awards, in Bill was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada for his contributions to science and in he was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada, the highest honor a Canadian citizen can receive.
This talk will examine the potential relevance on the effectiveness of sexual offender treatment of four elements: Treatment targets should be those potentially modifiable factors that research has shown to predict reoffending, while the procedures aimed at changing these targets should be derived from evidence of their efficacy.
Relevant therapeutic processes should involve empirically established features eg, empathy, warmth, respect and a rewarding style that facilitate the development of an effective therapeutic alliance and an appropriate group climate.
Evidence will be considered in support, or otherwise, of each of these elements, as well as the overall effectiveness of sexual offender treatment. Finally, a strength-based approach to treatment, derived from research in "positive psychology", and including the above elements, will be outlined along with a tentative outcome appraisal.
He is a member in several highly respected scientific or governmental committees or boards: Theory of Scienceand 3 since he is a member of the transatlantic research group "The Hinxton Group: In he received the Jean-Amery prize for essay writing.
Methods of neuroimaging have sporadically, though in recent years increasingly, occurred in legal proceedings. By now, however, it seems that they are about to enter courtrooms on a systematic basis.
This poses a host of normative problems, to do, for instance, with future applications of neuroimaging to determine culpability, to test the veracity of testimony, or predict the future dangerousness of perpetrators. Functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI is taken as a paradigm model, and its potential impacts on criminal trials are explored.
The analysis is premised on a range of basic distinctions: Instead, it should be admitted differentially in criminal trials, viz.
Substantiating arguments are expounded. In cases of preventive detention, it may even be obligatory for the state to offer chances of possibly exonerating brain imaging to perpetrators who were otherwise considered candidates for indefinite custody.
She is and has been chair and member of various international advisory and editorial boards as e. She has got several awards for research, university teaching, and university management and has published more than original papers.
Her research topics are on the boarder between developmental psychology, educational psychology and evaluation.Key Skill Units within Engineering Training, Vows of Silence - True Story of a Survivor's Triumph Over Rape, Teenage Suicide, and Religious Abuse, Diana The Ceramic Spectrum - A Simplified Approach to Glaze and Color Development, Robin Hopper These educational and skill building activities involved the use of several key theoretical constructs belying S CT including role modeling (observational learning), addressing belief stru ctures (expectations, expectancies), enhancing skills related to PA behavior (behavioral capability), and confidence building (self efficacy).
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Meldgaard’s ecological approach emphasizes the dynamic aspect of viewing and the perception of the game world. A key chapter on acupuncture provides clear directives for treatment that relies on simple yet powerful underpinning principles, and challenges the much more complex approach to acupuncture.
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