Translating Research into Practice

Adapting DBT for Stalking Offenders

This study demonstrated that stalking recidivism and stalking-related violence can be reduced

No Evidence of Weaponized Title IX at Institutions of Higher Education

Data from Annual Security Reports and Title IX Coordinators at institutions of

Cycle of violence: Exposure to nongun violence contributes to perpetration of gun violence

Addressing differences in exposure to violence in high risk groups in general

An Analysis of Problem-Solving Court Programs

An Analysis of Problem-Solving Court ProgramsPolicymakers, researchers

Translating risk factors into treatment needs for juveniles with sex offenses

Shifting the focus from risk prediction to treatment and remediation can benefit

Impact of report framing on juvenile probation officers’ decision making

Findings from this study caution against using negatively framed language in court

Concerns regarding the potential negative effects of the psychopathy “label” on punishment outcomes may not be deserved

Significant effects on punishment outcomes may be attributable to the general impact

The first fully randomized field experiment of police interrogations, investigates the impact of video recording

Informing suspects that interrogations are being recorded does not inhibit suspects or

Challenging longstanding assumptions about evaluator empathy in forensic evaluations

Evaluators who purposefully use expressive empathy during a psychopathy assessment interview rate

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

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