The SAGE Encyclopedia of Criminal Psychology, 1st Edition

  • Robert D. Morgan Texas Tech University
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483392252
  • ISBN-13: 9781483392257
  • DDC: 364.303
  • 1904 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2019 | Published/Released November 2019
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2019

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About

Overview

This modern, interdisciplinary resource is aimed at students and professionals interested in the intersection of psychology (e.g., social, forensic, clinical), criminal justice, sociology, and criminology. The interdisciplinary study of human behavior in legal contexts includes numerous topics on criminal behavior, criminal justice policies and legal process, crime detection and prevention, eyewitness identification, prison life, offender assessment and rehabilitation, risk assessment and management, offender mental health, community reintegration, and juvenile offending. Study of these topics has been increasing since the late 1800s, with people trained in many legal professions such as policing, social work, law, academia, mental health, and corrections. A comprehensive work that provides current empirical information on topics of concern to students who desire to work in these fields, this unique reference work looks at criminal behavior primarily through a scientific lens.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader's Guide.
About the Editor.
About the Associate Editors.
Contributors.
Introduction.
Other Frontmatter.
1: Academic Disciplines.
2: Academic Programs for Prisoners.
3: Academic Training for Criminal Justice Careers.
4: Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006.
5: Adversarial Allegiance.
6: Advocacy Organizations.
7: Aging and Older Incarcerated Offenders.
8: Aging and Older Incarcerated Offenders, Palliative Care of.
9: Aging and Older Incarcerated Offenders, Physical Disability of.
10: Alcatraz.
11: Alcohol Abuse and Campus Crime.
12: Alcohol and Aggression.
13: American Correctional Association.
14: American Gangs.
15: America's Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response (AMBER) Alert.
16: Antisocial Personality Disorder in Incarcerated Offenders, Treatment of.
17: Arson.
18: Aryan Brotherhood.
19: Basic Mental Health Services Versus Rehabilitation.
20: Behavior Modification.
21: Behavioral Genetics and Other Biological Influences on Criminal Behavior.
22: Behavioral Theory of Crime.
23: Bi-Adaptive Model of Mental Illness and Criminalness.
24: Bias in Crime Policies and Practices.
25: Biker Gangs.
26: Bipolar Disorder in Incarcerated Offenders, Treatment of.
27: Black Guerrilla Family.
28: Bloods.
29: Borderline Personality Disorder.
30: Brief Jail Mental Health Screen.
31: Bullying.
32: Burglary.
33: Career Paths in Criminal Justice.
34: Central Intelligence Agency.
35: Child Maltreatment and Psychological Development.
36: Child Pornography.
37: Children of Offenders.
38: Classification.
39: Coerced Confessions.
40: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Social Learning Theory.
41: Cognitive Deficits, Effects on Rehabilitation.
42: Cognitive Disorders in Incarcerated Offenders, Treatment of.
43: Community Context and Mass Incarceration.
44: Community Corrections.
45: Community Notification Policies.
46: Community Policing and Crisis Intervention Team Model.
47: Competency for Execution.
48: Competency to Stand Trial.
49: Comprehensive Correctional Plans.
50: Confessions.
51: Contingency Management.
52: Co-occurring Disorders in Incarcerated Offenders, Treatment of.
53: Corporate Crime.
54: Corporate Psychopaths.
55: Correctional Agencies.
56: Correctional Boot Camps.
57: Correctional Management.
58: Correctional Officer Stress.
59: Correctional Officer's Attitudes Toward Offenders.
60: Correctional Officers.
61: Correctional Officers, Occupational Duties of.
62: Correctional Program Assessment Inventory (CPAI).
63: Correctional Psychology Practice, Ethical Issues in.
64: Correctional Rehabilitation Programs, Evaluation of.
65: Correctional Rehabilitation Services, Best Practices for.
66: Correctional Rehabilitation Services, Intensity of.
67: Correctional Service Canada.
68: Corrections.
69: Cost-Effectiveness of Rehabilitation Versus Incarceration.
70: Courts, Federal.
71: Courts, International.
72: Courts, State.
73: Crime Linkage Analysis.
74: Crime Mapping.
75: Crime Prevention, Policies of.
76: Criminal Attitudes.
77: Criminal Careers and Offending Trajectories.
78: Criminal Charges, Federal.
79: Criminal Courts.
80: Criminal Culpability.
81: Criminal Justice Correlates of Psychopathy.
82: Criminal Lifestyle.
83: Criminal Organizations and Networks.
84: Criminal Profiling.
85: Criminal Responsibility.
86: Criminal Risk Assessment, Clinical Judgment of.
87: Criminal Risk Assessment, Combined Static and Dynamic Approaches to.
88: Criminal Risk Assessment, Domestic Violence.
89: Criminal Risk Assessment, Gender-Responsive.
90: Criminal Risk Assessment, General Offending.
91: Criminal Risk Assessment, Generations of.
92: Criminal Risk Assessment, Juvenile Offending.
93: Criminal Risk Assessment, Psychopathy.
94: Criminal Risk Assessment, Sexual Offending.
95: Criminal Risk Assessment, Stalking.
96: Criminal Risk Assessment, Structured Professional Judgment of.
97: Criminal Risk Assessment, Violence.
98: Criminal Stigma.
99: Criminalization Hypothesis.
100: Criminalness.
101: Criminogenic Needs.
102: Criminogenic Needs, Targeting.
103: Crips.
104: Crisis Intervention Teams.
105: Cyberbullying.
106: Cybercrime.
107: Cyberstalking.
108: Dangerous Offender Legislation.
109: Death Penalty.
110: Desistance.
111: Deterrence.
112: Deterrence Effects of Adjudicating and Sentencing Juvenile Offenders as Adults.
113: Developmental Theories of Crime.
114: Developmental Theories of Crime: Maltreatment.
115: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Classification of Psychopathy in.
116: Differential Association Theory.
117: Domestic Violence Courts.
118: Domestically Violent Offenders: Treatment Approaches.
119: Domestically Violent Offenders: Treatment Outcome Research.
120: Driving Under the Influence.
121: Driving While Intoxicated.
122: Drug Courts.
123: Drug Crime Sentencing Disparities.
124: Drug Possession.
125: Drug Testing.
126: Drug Trafficking.
127: Economics of Crime.
128: Education and Crime.
129: Electronic Monitoring.
130: Employee Theft.
131: Estimate of Risk of Adolescent Sexual Offense Recidivism (ERASOR).
132: Evidence-Informed Tools for Assessing Correctional Rehabilitation Programs.
133: Exhibitionism.
134: Experimental Criminology, Research Methods in.
135: Extortion.
136: Extrafamilial Child Molestation.
137: Extrafamilial Child Molestation, Theories of.
138: Extrafamilial Child Molestation, Typologies of.
139: Extremism and Terrorism, Middle Eastern.
140: Eyewitness Testimony.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Robert D. Morgan

Dr. Robert D. Morgan received his Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University in counseling psychology after completing his predoctoral internship at the Federal Correctional Institution in Petersburg, Virginia. He also completed a postdoctoral fellowship in forensic psychology in the department of psychiatry at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the Missouri Department of Mental Health. Dr. Morgan is currently the Co-Associate Chair of Psychology and Assistant Professor in the Counseling Division at Texas Tech University.