Table of contents for Psychology and law : clinical forensic perspectives / edited by Ronald Roesch and Kaitlyn Thomsen.

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Contents
Acknowledgements
Series Preface
Introduction
Chapter 1 - Clinical Forensic Perspectives
PART I CRIMINAL FORENSIC ASSESSMENT 
Chapter 2 - Douglas, K. S., & Webster, C. D. (1999). Violence risk assessment: Science and practice. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 4, 149-184.	
		
Chapter 3 - Heilbrun, K. (1997). Prediction versus management models relevant to risk assessment: The importance of legal decision-making context. Law and Human Behavior, 21, 347-359.	
Chapter 4 - Cooke, D. J., Michie, C., & Hart, S. D. (2005). Searching for the pan-cultural core of psychopathic personality disorder. Personality and Individual Differences, 39, 283-295.	
Chapter 5- Hanson, R. K., & Morton-Bourgon, K. E. (2005). The characteristics of persistent sexual offenders: A meta-analysis of recidivism studies. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 73, 1154-1163.	
Chapter 6 - Bonnie, R.J. (1992). The competence of criminal defendants: A theoretical reformulation. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 10, 291-316. 	
Chapter 7 - Zapf, P. A., & Roesch, R. (2005). An investigation of the construct of competence: A comparison of the FIT, the MacCAT-CA, and the MacCAT-T. Law and Human Behavior, 29, 229-252.	
				
PART II CIVIL FORENSIC ASSESSMENT 					
Chapter 8 - Legemaate, J. (1998) Legal protection in psychiatry: Balancing the rights and needs of patients and society. European Psychiatry, 13s, 107s-112s.	
Chapter 9 - Appelbaum, P. S., & Grisso, T. (1995). The MacArthur Treatment Competence Study: I. Mental illness and competence to consent to treatment. Law and Human Behavior, 19, 105-126.	
	
Chapter 10 -	Robbins, P. C., Monahan, J., & Silver, E. (2003). Mental disorder, violence, and gender. Law and Human Behavior, 27, 561-571.	
Chapter 11 -	Koch, W. J., O¿Neill, M., & Douglas, K. S. (2005). Empirical limits for the forensic assessment of PTSD litigants. Law and Human Behavior, 29, 121-149.
Chapter 12 - 	Emery, R. E., Otto, R. K., & O¿Donohue, W. T. (2005). A critical assessment of child custody evaluations. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 6, 1-29.	
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PART III FORENSIC TREATMENT 					
Chapter 13 - Cullen, F. T., & Gendreau, P. (2001). From nothing works to what works: Changing professional ideology in the 21st century. The Prison Journal, 81, 313-338.	
			
Chapter 14 - Salekin, R. T. (2002). Psychopathy and therapeutic pessimism: Clinical lore or clinical reality? Clinical Psychology Review, 22, 79-112.	
Chapter 15 - Abracen, J., & Looman, J. (2005). Developments in the assessment and treatment of sexual offenders: Looking backward with a view to the future. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20, 12-19. 	
Chapter 16 - Friendship, C., Mann, R. E., & Beech, A. R. (2003). Evaluation of a national prison-based treatment program for sexual offenders in England and Wales. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18, 744-759.	
			
Chapter 17 - Belfrage H., & Douglas K. S. (2002). Treatment effects on forensic psychiatric patients measured with the HCR-20 violence risk assessment scheme. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 25-36.	
Chapter 18 - Cosden, M., Schnell, J. L., Yamini-Diouf, & Wolfe, M. M. (2003). Evaluation of a mental health treatment court with assertive community treatment. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 21, 415-427.	
	
PART IV YOUTH ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION 					
Chapter 19 - Penney, S. R., & Moretti, M. M. (2005). The transfer of juveniles to adult court in Canada and the United States: Confused agendas and compromised assessment procedures. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 4, 19-37.	
Chapter 20 - Loeber, R., & Farrington, D. P. (2000). Young children who commit crime: Epidemiology, developmental origins, risk factors, early interventions, and policy implications. Development and Psychopathology, 12, 737-762.
Chapter 21 - Teplin, L. A., Abram, K. M., McClelland, G. M., Dulcan, M. K., & Mericle, A. A. (2002). Psychiatric disorders in youth in juvenile detention. Archives of General Psychiatry, 59, 1133-1143.	
Chapter 22 - Odgers, C. L., Moretti, M., & Reppucci, N., D. (2005). Examining the science and practice of violence risk assessment with female adolescents. Law and Human Behavior, 29, 7-27. 	
Chapter 23 - Mulvey, E. P., & Cauffman, E. (2001). The inherent limits of predicting school violence. American Psychologist, 50, 797-802.	
Chapter 24 - Grisso, T., Steinberg, L., Woolard, J. L., Cauffman, E., Scott, E., Graham, S., Lexcen, F., Reppucci, N., & Schwartz, R. (2003). Juveniles¿ competence to stand trial: A comparison of adolescents¿ and adults¿ capacities as trial defendants. Law and Human Behavior, 27, 333-363.	
Chapter 25 - Borduin, C. M. (1999). Multisystemic treatment of criminality and violence in adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 38, 242-249.	
Chapter 26 - Borum, R. (2003). Managing at-risk juvenile offenders in the community: Putting evidence-based principles into practice. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 19, 114-137.	
			
PART V FORENSIC PRACTICE: PROFESSIONAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES 					
Chapter 27 - Otto, R. K., & Heilbrun, K. (2002). The practice of forensic psychology: A look toward the future in light of the past. American Psychologist, 57, 5-18.	
Chapter 28 - Bersoff, D., Goodman-Delahunty, J., Grisso, J. T., Hans, V. P., Poythress, N. G., & Roesch, R. (1997). Training in law and psychology: Models from the Villanova conference. American Psychologist, 52, 1301-1310.	
Chapter 29 - Greenberg, S. A., & Shuman, D. W. (1997). Irreconcilable conflict between therapeutic and forensic roles. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 28, 50-57. 	
Chapter 30 -Nicholson, R. A., & Norwood, S. (2000). The quality of forensic psychological assessments, reports, and testimony: Acknowledging the gap between promise and practice. Law and Human Behavior, 24, 9-44.	
Chapter 31 - Petrila, J. (2004). Emerging issues in forensic mental health. Psychiatric Quarterly, 75, 3-19.	
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Forensic psychology.
Forensic Psychiatry -- Collected Works.
Psychology -- legislation & jurisprudence -- Collected Works.