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The Hill We Climb
Understanding Psychology and Crime
Perspectives on Theory and Action319
"This is an exceptional book that comprehensively covers the interface between psychology and criminology regarding an empirical understanding of crime. It is written in an engaging and accessible manner, nicely linking key themes in order to situate the contribution of psychology to theories of criminal behaviour, strategies for informed practice, and contemporary challenges. It should prove to be an incredible resource for students, but also be of interest to researchers and clinicians. I cannot recommend this text more heartily."
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Dr Ralph Serin, Carleton University, Canada "James McGuire is one of the leading international experts on what works in reducing reoffending, and he has written an extremely valuable and accessible textbook on psychology and crime. The book is a clearly written, well-researched and up-to-date survey of important contributions of psychology to key criminological issues. It is especially noteworthy for its illuminating reviews of cognitive-social learning theories, risk factors and longitudinal studies, risk assessment, cognitive-behavioural programmes and meta-analyses of treatment effectiveness."
Professor David Farrington, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge
- What contributions can psychology make to our understanding of crime?
- How can psychological models and research help to prevent crime and reduce repeat offending?
- Theoretical and empirical research foundations of criminogenic risk factors
- Theory turned into practice the development of offending behaviour programmes
- A psychological perspective on some core concepts in criminology: retribution, deterrence and incapacitation
- Major practical applications of psychology in policing, prosecution and sentencing
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Fler böcker av James McGuire
James McGuire is Professor of Forensic Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool, UK. He has worked with offenders in a variety of settings and conducted research in prisons, probation, youth justice, and mental health services, and has been involved in an advisory capacity to criminal justice agencies in a number of countries.
Series editor's foreword
Accounting for crime
Psychological processes in crime
Pathways to offending behaviour
Individual factors in crime
Preventing and reducing crime
Crime and Punishment: a psychological view
Applications and values