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Criminal Behavior: A Psychological Approach, Global Edition

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  • Half-Title
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1 Introduction to Criminal Behavior
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Theories of Crime
    • Theoretical Perspectives on Human Nature
    • Disciplinary Perspectives in Criminology
      • Sociological Criminology
      • Psychological Criminology
      • Box 1-1 Hate or Bias Crimes
      • Psychiatric Criminology
    • Defining and Measuring Crime
      • Uniform Crime Reporting System
      • Box 1-2 The Problem of Internet-Facilitated Crime
      • Self-Report Studies
      • Victimization Surveys
    • Juvenile Delinquency
    • Recap: Defining Crime and Delinquency
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 2 Origins of Criminal Behavior: Developmental Risk Factors
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Cumulative Risk Model
    • Developmental Cascade Model
    • Social Environment Risk Factors
      • Poverty
      • Peer Rejection and Association with Antisocial Peers
      • Preschool Experiences
      • After-School Care
      • Academic Failure
    • Parental and Family Risk Factors
      • Single-Parent Households
      • Parental Styles and Practices
      • Parental Monitoring
      • Box 2-1 Monitoring, Middle School, and Family Relationships
      • Influence of Siblings
      • Parental Psychopathology
    • Psychological Risk Factors
      • Lack of Attachment
      • Lack of Empathy
      • Cognitive and Language Deficiencies
      • Intelligence and Delinquency
      • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
      • Box 2-2 Adhd: Which Treatment to Use?
      • ADHD and Criminal Behavior
      • Conduct Disorder
      • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapetr 3 Origins of Criminal Behavior: Biological Factors
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Genetics and Antisocial Behavior
      • Behavior Genetics
      • Studies of Twins
      • The Twins’ Early Development Study
      • Twin Study of Child and Adolescent Development
      • Adoption Studies
      • Molecular Genetics
    • Psychophysiological Factors
      • Temperament
    • Environmental Risk Factors
      • Neurotoxins
      • Lead
      • Cadmium
      • Manganese
      • Mercury (Methlymercury)
      • Protective Properties of Micronutrients
      • Prenatal and Postnatal Malnutrition
      • Box 3-1 Malnutrition In Infants
      • Nicotine, Alcohol, and Drug Exposure
      • Traumatic Brain Injury
      • Brain Development Abnormalities
      • Hormones and Neurotransmitters
    • Neuropsychological Factors
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 4 Origins of Criminal Behavior: Learning and Situational Factors
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Behaviorism
      • Skinner’s Theory of Behavior
      • Behaviorism as a Method of Science
      • Behaviorism as a Perspective of Human Nature
      • Skinnerian Concepts
      • Operant Learning and Crime
    • Social Learning
      • Expectancy Theory
      • Imitational Aspects of Social Learning
      • Differential Association-Reinforcement Theory
    • Frustration-Induced Criminality
      • The Socialized and Individual Offender
      • Frustration-Induced Riots
      • Frustration and Crime
    • Situational Instigators and Regulators of Criminal Behavior
      • Authority as an Instigator of Criminal Behavior
      • Box 4-1 National Security Interrogations—Psychology’s Role
      • Deindividuation
      • The Stanford Prison Experiment
      • The BBC Prison Study
      • Deindividuation and Crowd Violence
      • The Bystander Effect
      • Box 4-2 Do Security Cameras Affect Bystander Apathy?
    • Moral Disengagement
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 5 Human Aggression and Violence
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Defining Aggression
      • Hostile and Instrumental Aggression
      • Box 5-1 Aggression in Recent High Profile Cases
      • Interpretation by Victim
    • Theoretical Perspectives on Aggression
      • Psychoanalytical/psychodynamic Viewpoint
      • Ethological Viewpoints
      • Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis
      • Weapons Effect
      • Cognitive-Neoassociation Model
      • Excitation Transfer Theory
      • Displaced Aggression Theory
    • Social Learning Factors in Aggression and Violence
      • Modeling
      • Observation Modeling
    • Cognitive Models of Aggression
      • Cognitive Scripts Model
      • Hostile Attribution Model
      • Box 5-2 Dealing With Anger—What Works and for Whom?
      • The General Aggression Model
      • I³ Theory
    • Overt and Covert Acts of Aggression
      • Reactive and Proactive Forms of Aggression
      • Gender Differences in Aggression
    • Effects of Media Violence
      • Copycat Crime or Contagion Effect
      • Box 5-3 Copycat Gamers
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 6 Juvenile Delinquency
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Definitions of Delinquency
      • Legal Definition
      • Social Definition
      • Psychological Definitions
    • Nature and Extent of Juvenile Offending
      • Status Offenses
      • The Serious Delinquent
      • Gender Differences in Juvenile Offending
    • Developmental Theories of Delinquency
      • Moffitt’s Developmental Theory
      • Box 6-1 Emerging Adulthood as a Developmental Stage
      • Steinberg’s Dual Systems Model
      • Coercion Developmental Theory
      • Callous-Unemotional Trait Theory
    • Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment of Juvenile Offending
      • Treatment and Rehabilitation Strategies
      • Characteristics of Successful Programs
      • Box 6-2 Gender Responsive Programming
      • Classification of Prevention and Treatment Programs
      • Primary Prevention
      • Selective or Secondary Prevention
      • Box 6-3 The Fast Track Experiment
      • Treatment Approaches
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 7 Psychopathy
    • Chapter Objectives
    • What Is a Psychopath?
      • Antisocial Personality Disorder
      • Examples of Primary Psychopaths
    • Behavioral Descriptions
      • Behavioral Characteristics
      • Psychological Testing Differences
      • Psychopaths and Mental Disorders
      • Psychopaths and Suicide
      • Other Principal Traits
    • The Criminal Psychopath
      • Prevalence of Criminal Psychopathy
      • Offending Patterns of Criminal Psychopaths
      • Recidivism of Criminal Psychopaths
    • Psychological Measures Of Psychopathy
      • The PCL-R
      • Criticisms of The PCL-R
      • Box 7-1 Corporate Psychopaths
    • Core Factors of Psychopathy
      • The Two-Factor Position
      • The Three-Factor Position
      • The Four-Factor Model
      • The Boldness Factor
      • The Meanness Factor
    • The Female Psychopath
    • Racial/Ethnic Differences
    • Juvenile Psychopathy
      • Can Juvenile Psychopathy Be Identified?
      • Box 7-2 Treating Adolescents with Psychopathic Features
      • Ethical Considerations
      • Measures of Juvenile Psychopathy
    • Neurobiological Factors And Psychopathy
      • Genetic Factors
      • Neuropsychology and Psychopathy
      • Central Nervous System Differences
      • Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) Research
      • Autonomic Nervous System Research
      • The Dual-Process Model of Psychopathy
    • Childhood of the Psychopath
    • Treatment of Criminal Psychopaths
      • Treatment of Children and Adolescents with Psychopathic Features
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 8 Crime and Mental Disorders
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Defining Mental Illness
      • The DSM
      • Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders
      • Bipolar Disorder
      • Major Depressive Disorder
      • Antisocial Personality Disorder
      • Box 8-1 Does Serious Mental Disorder Cause Crime?
    • Competency and Criminal Responsibility
      • Incompetency to Stand Trial
      • Criminal Responsibility
      • Insanity Standards
      • Guilty But Mentally lll
    • Unique Defenses and Conditions
      • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
      • Dissociation
      • Dissociative Identity Disorder
      • Dissociative Amnesia
    • Mental Disorder and Violence
      • Research on the Violence of the Mentally Disordered
      • The Macarthur Research Network
      • Police and the Mentally Disordered
      • Mentally Disordered Inmates
    • Dangerousness and the Assessment of Risk
      • The Tarasoff Case
      • Violence Risk Factors and Measures
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chaopter 9 Homicide, Assault, and Intimate Partner and Family Violence
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Definitions
      • Criminal Homicide
      • Aggravated Assault
    • Demographic and Other Factors of Homicide
      • Race/Ethnicity
      • Gender
      • Age
      • Socioeconomic Status
      • Circumstances
      • Weapons
      • Box 9-1 Guns, Crime, and Cumulative Risk
    • Psychological Aspects of Criminal Homicide
      • General Altercation Homicide
      • Felony Commission Homicides
      • Juvenile Homicide Offenders
      • Box 9-2 Boys, Girls, and Homicide: Why and How Do They Do It?
      • Psychological Characteristics of Juvenile Murderers
      • Treatment of Juveniles Who Kill
    • Intimate Partner Violence
      • IPV among Older Adults
      • IPV among Hispanics
      • Same Sex or Nonheterosexual IPV
      • IPV Within Law Enforcement and Military Families
      • Psychological and Demographic Characteristics of Abusers
    • Family Violence
      • Prevalence
      • Victims
      • Child Maltreatment
      • Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Thrownaway Children
      • Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy
      • Abusive Head Trauma
    • Infanticide
      • Neonaticide
      • Filicide
      • Elderly Abuse
      • Sibling-to-Sibling Violence
      • Child-to-Parent Violence
      • Multiassaultive Families
      • The Cycle of Violence
      • The Effects of Family Violence on Children
    • Summary And Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 10 Multiple Murder, School and Workplace Violence
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Investigative Psychology
    • Forms of Profiling
      • Psychological Profiling
      • Suspect-Based Profiling
      • Geographical Profiling
      • Crime Scene Profiling
      • Equivocal Death Analysis
    • Multiple Murders
      • Definitions
    • Serial Murders
      • Choice of Victims and Modus Operandi
      • Geographical Location of Serial Killing
      • Ethnic and Racial Characteristics
      • Risk Factors and Psychological Motives
      • Research on Backgrounds
      • Female Serial Killers
      • Juvenile Serial Killers
    • Mass Murderers
      • Public Mass Shootings
      • A Mass Murder Typology
    • School Violence
      • School Shootings
      • Box 10-1 Safety Drills in Schools: Unanticipated Consequences
      • Psychological Characteristics of School Shooters
    • Workplace Violence
      • Categories of Workplace Violence
      • Perpetrators of Workplace Violence
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • CHapter 11 Psychology of Modern Terrorism
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Definitions and Examples
    • Classification of Terrorist Groups
    • A Terrorist Typology
    • Followers and Leaders: Who Joins and Who Leads
      • Why Do They Join?
      • Quest for Significance Theory
      • Terror Management Theory
      • Suicidal Terrorism
      • Becoming a Terrorist: The Process of Radicalization
      • Terrorist Leaders
    • Lone Wolf Terrorists
      • Boston Marathon Bombers
      • Box 11-1 The Marathon Bombing and Beyond
      • Fort Hood Shooter
      • The Times Square Bombing Attempt
    • The Psychosocial Context of Terrorism
    • Terrorist Motives and Justifications
      • Additional Disengagement Practices
    • Psychological Effects and Nature of Terrorism
      • Cognitive Restructuring
      • Moral Development
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • CHapter 12 Sexual Assault
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Definitions and Statistics
      • Sexual Assault in Date and Acquaintance Relationships
      • Box 12-1 Campus Sexual Assault
      • Incidence and Prevalence of Rape
    • Impact of Sexual Assault on Survivors
      • Psychological Effects
      • Physical Injury
    • Sexual Assault Vulnerability Factors
      • Situational Factors
      • Location
      • Age of Victims
      • Relationship Factors
      • Consumption of Alcohol
      • History of Victimization
      • Risk Taking Behaviors
    • Characteristics of Sexual Offenders: Who Offends?
      • Ages of Sex Offenders
      • Recidivism and Offending History
      • Applying Crime Scene Analysis to Predictions of Recidivism
      • Attitudes and Myths That Support Rape and Other Sexual Assaults
      • Cognitive-Perceptual Distortions in Communication
      • The Influence of Pornography
    • Classification of Rape Patterns
      • Massachusetts Treatment Center Classification System
      • The MTC:R3
      • Box 12-2 Sexual Burglary
      • MTC Version 4
      • The Groth Typology
    • Treatment of Sex Offenders
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • CHapter 13 Sexual Abuse of Children and Youth
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Incidence and Prevalence of Child Sex Abuse
      • Box 13-1 Sexual Abuse: The Shame of Juvenile Corrections
      • Situational and Victimization Characteristics
      • Incest
      • Types of Sexual Contact
    • Psychological Effects of Child Sexual Victimization
    • Characteristics of Child Sex Offenders
      • Age and Gender
      • Selection of Victims
      • Backgrounds
      • Interpersonal and Intimacy Deficits
    • Cognitive Distortions
      • Neurocognitive Functions
    • Recidivism and Risk Assessment
      • Risk Assessment
    • Classification of Male Child Sex Offender Patterns
      • The MTC:CM3
      • The Groth Classification Model
      • Female Sex Offender Typology
    • Internet-Facilitated Sexual Offending
      • Who Are the Offenders?
      • Who Are the Child Victims?
      • Online Sex Offenders Interested in Adolescents
    • Sex Trafficking
    • Treatment of Child Sex Offenders
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 14 Burglary, Home Invasions, Thefts, and “White-Collar” Offenses
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Burglary
      • Characteristics of Burglary
      • Who Commits Burglary?
      • Burglary Cues and Selected Targets
      • Burglar Cognitive Processes
      • Entry Strategies
      • How Far Do Burglars Travel?
      • Gender Differences in Methods and Patterns
      • Property Taken and Disposed
      • Motives
      • Burglar Typologies
      • Psychological Impact of Burglary
      • Home Invasions
    • Larceny and Motor Vehicle Theft
      • Motor Vehicle Theft
    • Fraud and Identity Theft
      • Box 14-1 Identity Theft—Anyone Can Be Victimized
    • Shoplifting
      • Who Shoplifts?
      • Motives
      • Shoplifting by Proxy
      • Shoplifting as an Occupation
      • Methods of Shoplifting
      • Kleptomania: Fact or Fiction?
    • White-Collar and Occupational Crime
      • Green’s Four Categories of Occupational Crime
      • Box 14-2 Political Crimes—Unexamined Issues
      • Prevalence and Incidence of Occupational Crime
      • Corporate Crime
      • Justifications and Neutralizations
      • Individual Occupational Crime
      • Employee Theft
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 15 Violent Economic Crime, Cybercrime, and Crimes of Intimidation
    • Robbery
      • Bank Robbery
      • Amateurs and Professionals
      • Commercial Robbery
      • Street Robbery
      • Motives and Cultural Influences
      • Robbery by Groups
    • Cybercrime
      • Box 15-1 Cybercrime—Heists and Intrusions
      • Privacy Concerns and Cybercrime Laws
      • Psychological Characteristics of Cybercriminals
    • Stalking
      • Categories of Stalking
      • Cyberstalking
      • Cyberbullying
    • Hostage-Taking Offenses
      • Instrumental and Expressive Hostage Taking
      • FBI Categories of Hostage Taking
      • Strategies for Dealing With Hostage Takers
      • The Stockholm Syndrome
      • Rules for Hostages to Follow
    • Arson
      • Incidence and Prevalence
      • Developmental Stages of Firesetting
      • Persistent and Repetitive Firesetting Among Adults
      • Female Arsonists
      • Behavioral Typologies and Trajectories
      • Psychological Disorders
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Chapter 16 Substance Abuse and Crime
    • Chapter Objectives
    • Juvenile Drug Use
      • Who Is Selling to Juveniles?
      • Gender Differences in Juvenile Drug Use
    • Consistent Findings on Illicit Drug Use
      • Tripartite Conceptual Model
    • Major Categories of Drugs
      • Tolerance and Dependence
    • The Hallucinogens
      • Marijuana
      • How Is Marijuana Prepared?
      • Synthetic Marijuana
      • Synthetic Cathinones
      • Salvia
      • Cannabis and Crime
      • Phencyclidine (PCP)
      • PCP and Crime
    • The Stimulants
      • Amphetamines
      • Methamphetamine
      • Other Stimulants with Similar Effects
      • Cocaine and Its Derivatives
      • Psychological Effects
      • Adverse Physical Effects
      • Stimulants and Crime
      • Crack Cocaine
      • Crack and Crime
      • Mdma (Ecstasy or Molly)
    • Narcotic Drugs
      • Heroin
      • Box 16-1 Prescription Medications: Fraudulent Distribution
      • Heroin and Crime
      • Fentanyl
      • Other Narcotic Drugs
      • Oxycontin® and Vicodin®
      • Oxycontin®, Vicodin®, and Crime
    • The Club Drugs: Sedative Hypnotic Compounds
      • Ketamine
      • Gamma Hydroxybutyrate (GHB)
      • Rohypnol
    • Alcohol
      • Psychological Effects
      • Alcohol, Crime, and Delinquency
    • Substance Abuse and Violence
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Key Concepts
      • Review Questions
  • Glossary
  • Cases Cited
  • References
  • Author Index
  • Subject Index

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