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Gender Equality is an Inequality in Risk Assessment

PCRA strongly predicts arrests for both genders, but overestimates women’s likelihood of

Are forensic judgments susceptible to biases derived from social stereotypes?

Criminal stereotypes are a potential source of bias in forensic evidence analysis

Learn the Rules to Reduce the Effects of Stereotypes in Legal Decision-Making

“Learning legal rules, which provide explicit direction as to the correct outcome

(Anti)Social Influence on Adolescent Offenders with Psychopathic Traits

Social environment and antisocial influence of peers may play a role in

Childhood Trauma and Risk Factors for Institutional Violence

This large study of a cohort of all admissions to a national

Behaviorally Specific Detailed Assessment Tools Uncover More Intimate Partner Violence Victimization

Behaviorally specific, detailed assessment tools with more items inquiring about different violent

Mental Health Courts adhering to the Risk-Need-Responsivity Model lower recidivism risk

The Risk-Need-Responsivity model may be an effective case management approach for MHCs

The Role of Callous-Unemotional Traits within Adolescent Group Offending

Callous-Unemotional (CU) traits are associated with a greater likelihood of adolescents offending

Sequential Lineup Procedure Shows Advantage over Simultaneous

Overall, eyewitness identification performance is poor; however, the sequential procedure used in

Criminogenic Factors and Psychotic Symptoms Predict Arrest Rates Among People With Serious Mental Illnesses

Criminogenic factors and psychotic symptoms are both useful variables in assessing risk

Examining the Complex Relationships Among Mental Illness, Criminal Risk, Recidivism and Parole Release Status

Serious mental illness exhibits a significant indirect effect with recidivism when considering

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