Translating Research into Practice

Another Tool in the Tool Box? The Utility of the MMPI-2-RF in Sexual Violence Risk Assessment

In a sample of German inmates in an inpatient psychological treatment setting,

Are Youth 12 and Under Truly Competent to Proceed with Trial? Adjudicative Competency in Juveniles

An evaluation of over 600 archived juvenile competency to proceed evaluations in

That’s Not What the Doctor Ordered; When PRN Medications are Regularly Administered

In a sample of patients from a forensic psychiatric hospital in Finland,

Correlation – not Causation: Traumatic Brain Injury and Aggressive Behavior in Detainees

In a sample of Dutch inmates, a history of traumatic brain injury

A Cross-Cultural Evaluation of the MMPI-2-RF in Sexual Violence Risk Assessment

In a sample of German inmates in a psychological treatment setting, externalizing

A Rare Look Into Post-Index Offense Incidents of Aggression

The majority of the incidents of aggression committed by this sample of

Female Inmates Less Likely to Report Sexual Abuse if it is Perpetrated Repeatedly

Bivariate and multivariable mixed effects logistic regression analyses were used to examine

Additional Insight on the Confluence and Impact of Trauma, Mental Health, and Incarceration

In this study of incarcerated women, childhood and adulthood abuse were associated

Undiagnosed Symptoms of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Underlie More Frequent Engagement in Interpersonal Violence

Compared to their counterparts who were not diagnosed with Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Insecure Attachment and Lack of Regret for Committed Crimes: A Precursor to Lack of Remorse?

In a sample of incarcerated Lebanese men, insecure attachment was associated with

The Impact of Brain Injury on Behavior Remains Convoluted: Traumatic Brain Injury and Threat/Override Control

This study examined whether self-reported traumatic brain injury (TBI) was associated with

Available Research Indicates: Psychological Treatment May Not Be Protective Against Stalking Recidivism

Data from 70 clients of Dutch community forensic mental health clinics was

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