Addicted to Crime
John E. Hodge, Mary McMurran, Clive R. Hollin
Wiley, Jun 19, 1997 - Psychology - 254 pages
An original and significant contribution to the study of crime and addictions. Explores addiction models in their application to the comprehension and treatment of some criminal behaviors. Addresses theoretical issues, practical implications of the `addicted to crime' hypothesis and currently existing evidence.
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A Theoretical Model of the Behavioural Addictions
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