Contributions of Developmental and Evaluation Research to Prevention and Intervention
by Thomas Bliesener, Andreas Beelmann, Mark Stemmler
Leading experts review the latest findings and recommendations concerning the roots and prevention of antisocial behavior and crime The developmental perspective is becoming increasingly significant in criminology and in research on antisocial and criminal behavior. Developmental criminology can exp…
by Christine Wekerle, David A. Wolfe, Judith A. Cohen, Daniel S. Bromberg, Laura Murray
The new edition of this popular, evidence-based guide compiles and reviews the latest knowledge about the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of childhood maltreatment, with particular emphasis on the current gold standard approach – trauma-focused CBT.
Causes and Consequences, Prevention and Intervention
by Werner Tschan
Essential reading about a notoriously difficult problem: how abusive professionals manipulate their clients and what we as organizations and individuals can do about it.Professional sexual misconduct (PSM) is a problem that is notoriously difficult to address and that can be a minefield for all conc…
Contributions from around the world explore the latest developments in the psychology of forensic evidence: What are the challenges of evaluating and applying forensic evidence in criminal proceedings?