Aggressive Offenders' Cognition: Theory, Research and Practice
Theresa A. Gannon, Tony Ward, Anthony R. Beech, Dawn Fisher
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 28, 2009 - Psychology - 296 pages
The book focuses specifically on aggressive offenders and is divided into two parts. Part I deals with sexual abusers whilst Part II is concerned with violent offenders. Each part discusses theory, latest research and treatment related information. Emphasis is placed on discussing cognition in context i.e. identifying the factors impacting upon and related to offenders’ cognition.
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