Psychology and Criminal Justice: International Review of Theory and Practice. A Publication of the European Association of Psychology and Law (Google eBook)

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János Boros, Iván Münnich, Márton Szegedi
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1998 - Psychology - 460 pages
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Contents

Videotechnology and the Child Witness
3
Explaining Conversation Rules as a Method to Reduce Suggestibility of the Child Witness
10
The Importance of Omission Errors
20
The Defence Mechanisms and the Deformations of the Testimony Given by Sexually Abused Juveniles
33
Cognitive Interview and Police Reaction
45
New Directions
47
The Effects of the Cognitive Interview on Recall Recognition and the ConfidenceAccuracy Relationship
53
When Any Context Reinstatement Instruction is Successful
61
The Problem of Depressions Diagnostic in Forensic and Civil Law in Women
262
Prison and Offender Research
267
Effects of Prison Factors on Recidivism
269
Prison Between Values and Efficiency
278
Imported Values and Indigenous Roles?
287
The Psychological Effects
293
A Harm Reduction Approach to the Depenalization of Drug Crime via Community Based Outpatient Treatment
301
A Preliminary Historical Study Roberts Girgensons
310

Confronting True and False Statements
67
Perceptions of the Credibility and Evidential Value of Victim and Suspect Statements in Interviews
74
Police Officers Inadequate Impression Formation in Confrontations with Offenders as a Result of Physical Effort
82
Can Psychology Challenge Long Held Assumptions?
94
Judicial DecisionMaking
101
Science and Strategy in the Criminal Court
103
Impact on Verdict of Gender Homogeneous Juries in a Case of Rape
113
Information Processing and Judgements Given by Blind Subjects
120
The Effect of Different Legal Cultures on the Use of Scientific Evidence
130
An Empirical Study of Four Methods
152
Jurors Decision in Capital Cases
160
Parents Fighting for Custody of Children
188
Characteristics and Therapy of Offenders
195
Boys Behavioral Patterns in Kindergarten Predict Male Delinquency Withdrawal and School Adjustment
197
Assessing Loss of SelfControl in Violent Offences Committed by Juveniles
212
Social Competence and Sociomoral Reasoning in Young Offenders
222
Feminist Group Therapy for Women Who SelfHarm
229
Heterogeneity of Murders as the Fundamental Problem in the Psychological Profiling of a Perpetrator
237
Love at Last Sight
242
Are Causal Theories of Paedophilia Possible? A Reconsideration of Sexual Abuse Cycles
248
Expert Psychological Opinion for the Court in Cases of Homicide under Emotional Strain in Poland
254
International Benchmarking
315
Training of Prison Officers for Leading ProblemOriented Groups of Inmates
319
Riots in the Romanian Penitentiaries after the Revolution of December 1989
322
Correctional Treatment in Portugal
327
Crime and the Public
333
Terrorist Mentality
335
Fear of Crime and Victimization
346
The Social and Personal Influence of Positive Beliefs on Coping with Direct and Indirect Victimization
354
Psychological Aspects of the Process of Victimization
366
A First Attempt of Definition
377
The Impact of Professional Roles on Subjective Explanations of Juvenile Delinquency
385
The Role of Unconscious Transference in Media Crime Reporting
399
History and Perspectives of Law and Psychology
405
Difficulties in the CrossCultural Applicability of Psychological Research Results
407
Recent Changes of the Hungarian Legal System and Their Psychological Impact
411
The Effects of the Guarantee System of Human Rights and Legality on the Delinquents
422
Results of a Survey
428
Difficulties Experienced in Conducting Research in Forensic Psychology
436
The Development of Hungarian Forensic Psychology
441
Subject Index
457
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