The Life-Course of Serious and Violent Youth Grown Up A Twenty-Year Longitudinal Study
Empathy versus Offending, Aggression and Bullying Advancing Knowledge using the Basic Empathy Scale
Domestic Homicide Patterns and Dynamics
Intergenerational Continuity of Criminal and Antisocial Behaviour An International Overview of Studies
The Psychology of Crime, Policing and Courts
By Evan C. McCuish, Patrick Lussier, Raymond Corrado
August 24, 2021
The Life-Course of Serious and Violent Youth Grown Up addresses significant gaps in the literature on youth involved in chronic, serious, and violent offending. Through longitudinal research and a long follow-up into adulthood, it challenges common perceptions about offending outcomes. Using ...
By Claire Ferguson
June 21, 2021
Detection Avoidance in Homicides: Debates, Explanations and Responses presents theory and research on how offenders avoid detection and the challenges and opportunities these efforts pose to investigators. From a scholarly perspective, the book presents a continuing history of research on ...
Edited By Darrick Jolliffe, David P. Farrington
March 23, 2021
Empathy versus Offending, Aggression, and Bullying advances knowledge about the measurement of empathy, using the Basic Empathy Scale (BES), and how empathy is related to offending, aggression, and bullying in community and incarcerated groups. Empathy is widely accepted as one of the most ...
By Marieke Liem, Frans Koenraadt
February 12, 2021
The literature on domestic violence will often treat homicide as its most extreme outcome. The reality is more nuanced, with many domestic homicides occurring within a history of abusive behaviour. This book offers a much-needed synthesis of the literature on domestic homicide, covering its history...
Edited By Veroni I. Eichelsheim, Steve G. A. van de Weijer
February 12, 2021
The relationship between a parent and a child is without any doubt one of the most influential and intimate relationships over the life course of an individual. Children resemble their parents in a variety of life outcomes such as socioeconomic status, family formation characteristics, and ...
Edited By Andreas Kapardis, David P. Farrington
February 06, 2018
This book brings together an international group of experts to present cutting-edge psychological research on crime, policing and courts. With contributors from the UK, Germany, Italy, Norway, Cyprus, Israel, Canada and the USA, this volume explores some of the most interesting and contemporary ...
By Eric Beauregard, Melissa Martineau
February 06, 2018
Sexual homicide continues to be one of the most widely reported and sensationalised forms of murder, attracting fascination from the public and scholars alike. Despite this continued interest, few empirical studies have been conducted on this particular form of sexual crime. The Sexual Murderer ...
By Emily Schindeler, Janet Ransley, Danielle Reynald
October 11, 2016
Violence is defined by the World Health Organisation as the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, which either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, or psychological harm. But while physical violence is seen as unacceptable, why is ...
Edited By Jean Proulx, Eric Beauregard, Patrick Lussier, Benoit Leclerc
September 03, 2015
Most people who read an article in the newspaper about the brutal rape of a woman by a stranger, or the long-standing sexual abuse of a young boy by his step-father have a strong visceral reaction which is a mix of anger, fear, and incomprehension. Apart from these aversive reactions, several ...
Edited By Frank Weerman, Catrien Bijleveld
July 16, 2015
This volume focuses on the complex relation between offending and the transition from school to the workplace: how employment and education are related to breaking the law and getting in contact with the criminal justice system. The contributors report results from several large scale and ...