Translating Research into Practice

Targeting Implicit Criminal Cognition in Policies and Intervention Programs

Criminal cognition outside of conscious awareness or conscious control may be a

The impact of gender and views of sexualization on sexual harassment judgments

Modern potential jurors are more aware of the false confession phenomenon, with

Caution!: Underdiagnosis of Substance Use Disorders in Forensic Populations Overlooks Criminogenic Treatment Need

Research suggests that co-occurring substance use disorder (SUD) is prevalent among adults

Two Early Intervention Targets for Juvenile Recidivism: Prior Victimization and Substance Use

Prior victimization significantly predicted whether a youth had future contact with the

Predeliberation Juror Discussion Leads to Bias in Jury Deliberation

Discussion of trial evidence by jurors, prior to jury deliberation, can introduce

Self-Reported anti-social attitudes may not be a valid indicator of risk of reoffending .. and more

Self-reported within-treatment change in antisocial attitudes may not provide valid information about

General Intelligence Is a More Robust Predictor of Competency Restoration than a Measure of Externalizing Behaviors

The present study evaluated whether specific aspects of psychopathological constructs assessed by

Managing and Treating individuals who have been found not guilty by reason of insanity

Violence risk assessments did not predict long-term outcomes for insanity acquittees in

Addressing Trauma via Juvenile Probation Officer’s Treatment Planning

Juvenile Probation Officers recognize trauma exposure and posttraumatic stress symptom information, but

Attorneys’ perspectives on their clients’ abilities to plead guilty

A substantial minority of attorneys may have faced a professional quandary in

Miranda comprehension and misconceptions reflect distinct abilities

Contrary to widespread assumptions, serious Miranda misconceptions commonly occur, even among detainees

Cognitive bias: A cause for concern

Most evaluators express concern over cognitive bias but hold an incorrect view

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