2 edition of Psychopathic offenders found in the catalog.
D. J. West
Written in English
"The Psychopath Whisperer" is not a book about how a psychologist magically discovered a secret portal into the psychopathic mind and learned how to harness their mind's evil. Rather, it is a very precise and clinical autobiography of Kent Kiehl's study of hundreds of psychopaths in the Canadian and US penal system.4/5. Abstract. The chapter examines psychopathy and its relation to the criminal justice system. The chapter argues that psychopathy explains the generally poor responsiveness to correctional treatment and punishment displayed by serious : Matt DeLisi.
offenders suffering from this disorder to the mental health system for treatment rather than punishment. However, the statutory category of 'psychopathic disorder' is different from clinical classifications of the condition. In its legal use, for instance, 'psychopathic disorder' has no specific clinical meaning and is aFile Size: KB. The prevalence of psychopathic personality disturbances among incarcerated youth: Comparing serious, chronic, violent and sex offenders. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43 (4), – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Matt DeLisi.
The psychopaths had committed significantly more offences (both violent and non-violent), and psychopathic child abusers had far more charges and convictions than non-psychopathic offenders. The researchers from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia found psychopathic offenders were around times more likely to have been given a conditional. Psychopathic Personality: Bridging the Gap Between Scientific Evidence and Public Policy Show all authors. In discussing the book, Findings from studies of this type indicate that fear-reactivity deficits in PCL-R psychopathic offenders occur primarily under conditions of Cited by:
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Psychopathic violent offenders have abnormalities in the parts of the brain related to learning from punishment, according to an MRI study led by Sheilagh Hodgins and Nigel Blackwood. The Book of Psychopaths Source: K. Ramsland. In the news recently were the results from brain scans of a small cohort of psychopathic offenders.
to Clarify Some Issues About the So-called. The FBI reports that psychopathic offenders generally have longer, more diverse and more serious criminal histories, and are more chronically violent than non-psychopaths, overall. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 87 pages 24 cm: Contents: 1.
Foreword / L. Radzinowicz Introduction / D.J. West Hospital orders and psychopathic Psychopathic offenders book / N. Walker, S. McCabe and P. Burgess The use made of Section 60 of the Mental Health Act for the Treatment of Psychopathic Offenders / M.C.
Mitcheson The use of Section 4 Criminal Justice Act. The aim of the study was to evaluate psychopathy-like personality traits in a nationwide consecutive sample of adolescent male homicide offenders and to compare the findings with those of a randomly sampled adult male homicide offender group.
A further aim was to investigate associations between psychopathic traits and offender and offence characteristics in adolescent by: Not all crime and violent acts are committed by psychopathic offenders.
Individuals with a variety of mental disorders and addictions commit even some of the most unspeakable crimes in our society today. One of the biggest challenges facing our criminal justice system is incarcerating violent offenders with substance addictions, personality disorders (including psychopaths), various types.
Reflecting the work of an international panel of experts, the Psychopathic offenders book Handbook on Psychopathic Disorders and the Law offers an in-depth and multidisciplinary look at key aspects of the development and etiology of psychopathic disorders, current methods of intervention, treatment and management, and how these disorders impact decision making in civil and criminal law.
Introduction. Psychopathy is a personality disorder exemplified by high levels of callousness, grandiosity, manipulation, impulsivity, criminal versatility, and other antisocial and affective characteristics (Hare & Neumann, ).Within one year of release from prison, psychopathic criminal offenders are up to four times more likely to recidivate than non-psychopathic offenders (Hart Cited by: A POSSIBLE SOLUTION Experience in dealing with aggressive psychopathic offenders in the N.H.S., the Special Hospitals, and prisons since the Mental Health Act came into force has raised doubts about the practicability of setting up the diagnostic and treatment centres in Author: Geoffrey Tooth.
Evaluating juvenile offenders for psychopathy can help us identify offenders who need more intense or specialized treatment at a time when we have the best chance of reaching them.
Recent research has also shown that juvenile psychopathic traits reliably up the odds of short-term violence. Psychopathy is an important construct in offender classification. Although several studies have suggested that there are two distinct subtypes of psychopaths, these studies have considerable limitations, including reliance on self-report measures, a failure to adequately address heterogeneity within the construct of psychopathy, and predictor-criterion by: Olver and Wong () found that psychopathic offenders who remained in treatment were: Less likely to violently reoffend Antisocial Personality Disorder (APD) is given when there is evidence of conduct disorder before the age of 15 and.
This is an article published inby well-known and respected researchers, so one can assume that the field of study with reference to female psychopaths either has been ignored, or there has been an erroneous assumption all along that only males were or could become psychopathic offenders.
Psychopathic Traits and Perceptions of Victim Vulnerability Sarah Wheeler, Angela Book, and Kimberly Costello Criminal Justice and Behavior 6, Cited by: Furthermore, Knight and Guay found that psychopathic offenders commit significantly more sexual assaults and also report a more positive attitude toward sexually coercive behaviors.
Also, in a sample of male and female college students, the Psychopathic Personality Inventory was correlated with positive attitudes toward sexual coercion (O Cited by: 2. Psychopathy is a serious personality disorder that can have significant negative effects both on individuals and on society.
1 Psychopathy was first described by Hervey M. Cleckley in his classic book The Mask of Sanity, published in and still used today for its detailed case studies of psychopathy. 2 Psychopathy occurs worldwide and in. Psychopathic offenders are a notoriously challenging population to treat, who are often recalcitrant to change and at high risk for program non-completion and recidivism.
The present work is a review and synthesis of the evidence, issues, and controversies in the treatment of psychopathic by: 3.
70 Chapter 6 Still Psychopathic After All These Years most psychopathic group totaled significantly more convictions, had greater involvement in the criminal justice system, and presented with more criteria for antisocial personality disorder diagnosis.
Nearly half of these. Specialized education and training in dealing with psychopathic offenders is urgently needed. Psychopathy is one of the most powerful predictor sofboth violent and non-violen t cr imin al recidivism (see Douglas, Vi nce nt, &Edens,; Hare &Neum ann,fo r revie ws). Of fe nder swith psychopathic fe ature scom mit mo re cr imes,commit.
The Criminal Responsibility of Psychopathic Offenders - Volume 36 Issue 2 - Maya Mei-TalCited by: 8. Sex Offender Treatment is an innovative case study-based guide to the treatment of sexual offenders, offering direct access to the insights and experience of experts in the field.
The book describes case formulations, assessment processes, and treatment undertaken with specific sexual offender types. Takes an innovative case study approach to sexual offender assessment and treatment, sharing.The accuracy of all risk assessments can potentially be thwarted by intentional minimizations, especially by offenders with psychopathic traits, whose core characteristics include deception and manipulativeness (Cleckley,Hare, ).
As noted above, no studies exist examining how effectively offenders with psychopathic traits can lower Cited by: 5.Get this from a library! An examination of severe psychopathy in a female offender. [Bonnie M Brown] -- Much of what we know of psychopathic behavior is based on research on male offenders.
In most cultures men are typically viewed as more violent and aggressive by nature, and until recently, the rate.