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Bachman (1993), studying a National Crime Survey sample between 1987 and 1990, concluded that rape survivors were not more likely to report to the police if the victimization was perpetrated by a stranger, and she suggested that because of recent legal reforms and media campaigns “particularly...
Functional family therapy, based on Alexander's model for treating families of juvenile delinquents, was provided to 27 rural, lower socioeconomic status delinquents and their families. A comparison group of 27 delinquents received only probation service. Outcome during adulthood was measured by...
Increasing recognition is being given to the manifestations of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adulthood. Prospective studies have indicated that many children diagnosed with ADHD continue to have symptoms of the disorder. These often are associated with antisocial behaviors,...
The feigning of a major mental illness is especially likely to occur in criminal forensic contexts. In particular, malingered psychosis is appealing to defendants and often troublesome for examiners. In spite of major improvement in both clinical interviewing techniques and psychological tests...
This study examined the association between race and MMPI-2 scores in a sample of 211 individuals who completed the MMPI-2 as part of their court-ordered forensic psychological evaluations. Of these, 137 Caucasians and 47 African Americans produced valid MMPI-2 protocols. The two groups' mean...
This study investigated the reliability and validity of the Competence Assessment for Standing Trial for Defendants with Mental Retardation (CAST-MR) with defendants with mental retardation referred for evaluation of competence to stand trial in the state of Ohio. The CAST-MR demonstrated strong...
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