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  • part 1 book “neuropsychology of criminal behavior” has contents: understanding violence, the brain and emotions, the origins of violence, the origins of violence, the origins of violence. invite reference.

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  • part 2 book “neuropsychology of criminal behavior” has contents: mass murderers, cannibalism, cannibalism, mexican hitmen, paramilitarism in colombia, conclusions. invite to reference.

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  • (BQ) The document Knowledges about criminology (Ninth edition): Part 1 has contents: The changing boundaries of criminology, defining crimes and measuring criminal behavior, schools of thought throughout history, biological and psychological perspectives,... and other contents. Invite you to refer.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 of the document Integrative introduction about criminology today (Eighth edition) has contents: Where do theories come from, classical and neoclassical thought, early biological perspectives on criminal behavior, biosocial and other contemporary perspectives,... and other contents. Invite you to refer.

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  • Objectives: To survey promoted factors leading to offensive behaviors in the alcoholic users by the psychiatric forensic examination. Subjects and methods: A cohort study on 68 criminal offenders diagnosed with mental and behavioral disorders due to alcohol consumption (F10 - ICD 10) by Mental Forensics Appraisal Board of National Institute of Forensic Psychiatry.

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  • Criminal psychology, forensic technology, and profiling. These three disciplines have received a wealth of media attention over the past decade. Consequently, due to public and professional interest, a plethora of books have been published. The technique of offender profiling, or classifying offenders according to their behaviors and characteristics, has been developing slowly as a possible investigative tool since 1841 and the publication of the The Murders in the Rue Morgue by Edgar Alan Poe, in which detective C.

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  • Let’s face it, as long as it’s not happening to you, crime is pretty entertaining. Every offense, from shoplifting to murder, combines danger and excitement with emotions like greed, anger, and the urge to make very close friends in prison. The dastardly deeds are often outrageous and sometimes hair-raising, but we can’t seem to rip our eyes from the wreckage criminals make of their own lives and the lives of their victims. The dark side of human behavior both repulses and fascinates us.

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  • Recent Supreme Court decisions categorically preclude the application of capital punishment to convicted offenders who were below the age of eighteen or mentally retarded at the time they committed the crimes for which they were sentenced.1 Neither opinion suggests that offenders in these categories cannot be criminally responsible for their offenses, and the Atkins opinion explicitly recognizes that some mentally retarded offenders can qualify as criminally responsible for their offenses.

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  • What is the connection between social justice and criminal justice? The terms "social justice" and "criminal justice" are themselves so contested that one must pause, before considering the relationship between them, to think carefully about what they mean. Each term can be said to pose a question. In speaking of social justice, one asks about the requisites of a justly constituted society; in speaking of criminal justice, one asks about the basis of just punishment. Given everyday usage, though, each term can also be said to provide an answer to the question it poses...

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  • Objectives: To study some factors related to guilty behavior in patients with mood disorders. Subjects and methods: A prospective study on 83 patients with mood disorders (69 depressive disorders, 14 mental disorders) ranged from 20 to 69 years of age, was conducted by law enforcement agencies for mental health assessment from February 2012 to March 2017 at Bienhoa National Institute of Forensic Psychiatry.

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  • Chapter 7 - Utility maximization. In this chapter, the law of diminishing marginal utility is developed, which leads into a detailed discussion of the theory of consumer choice. The numerical illustrations of the utility maximizing rule should be viewed as a pedagogical technique, rather than an attempt to portray the actual choice making process of consumers. The chapter concludes with a discussion of how society might use this theory to reduce criminal behavior.

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  • More than an accidental injury, more than a serious illness, more than a natural disaster, the trauma of crime victimization goes beyond physical and psychological injury: It robs us of the very faith we have in the human world. Although eclipsed in recent headlines by terrorism, the common everyday violations of civilized behavior that our own citizens continue to perpetrate on one another are no less wrenching.

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  • This exploration of how youthful offenders — ages 16 to 21 — are treated during that time period when legal responsibility for dealing with their criminal behavior shifts from the juvenile to the adult courts shows a wide variability in procedures and policies among the jurisdictions studied.Using a national survey of prosecutors conducted for the study and existing datasets from Los A......

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  • In the 1950s and 1960s intellectual discussions of crime were dominated by the opinion that criminal behavior was caused by mental illness and social oppression, and that criminals were helpless “victims.” A book by a well- known psychiatrist was entitled The Crime of Punishment (see Menninger [1966]). Such attitudes began to exert a major influence on social policy, as laws changed to expand criminals’ rights. These changes reduced the appre- hension and conviction of criminals, and provided less protection to the law-abiding population....

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  • Substance use and delinquency are considered to be mutual risk factors. Previous studies have shown that multidimensional family therapy (MDFT) is effective in tackling both conditions on the short term. The current study examines the long-term effects of MDFT on criminal offending.

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  • The essential role of the disciplinary sanctions is similar to that of the criminal sanctions and consists in the future prevention of facts that could affect the labor relations, which result from the individual employment contract concluded between the employer and the employee according to the law.

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  • Past essays Some people think children’s spending time on TV, video and PC games is good, while others think it is bad. Discuss both views and give your own opinion. Some people think that criminals should be given longer terms in prison, so as to reduce the crime rate. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Old generations often hold some traditional ideas on the correct way of life, thinking and behavior. However, some people think that it is not helpful for the young generations to prepare for modern life in the future. What’s your opinion?...

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  • Four decades have passed since the fi rst edition of this textbook. During the 1960s and 1970s, the Supreme Court waged a campaign to reform the criminal justice system through the selective incorporation of Bill of Rights safeguards into the Fourteenth Amendment. Having constitutionalized criminal procedure, the Supreme Court then elaborated a set of constitutionally mandated restraints on police behavior. The “goodness” or “badness” of a legal precept, nevertheless, depends on how well it works in practice. This can only be known through empirical validation.

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  • Total public spending on lighting crime can be reduced, while keeping the mathematically expected punishment unchanged, by offsetting a cut in expenditures on catching criminals with a sufficient increase in the punish- ment to those convicted. However, risk-preferring individuals are more deterred from crime by a higher probability of conviction than by severe punishments.

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  • Legal definitions of IPV reference state or federal laws and generally refer specifically to threats or acts of physical or sexual violence including forced rape, stalking, harassment, certain types of psychological abuse and other crimes where civil or criminal justice remedies apply. Laws vary from state to state. Since non-physical forms of IPV can have many medical, psychological, behavioral and developmental effects, the definition used in these Guidelines is better suited for the identification and treatment of IPV in the health care setting.

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