Translating Research into Practice

Do Risk Formulations Differ Depending on which Version of the HCR-20 is used?

The results of the current study suggest that the quality of risk

Examining the Validity of Risk Assessments in Predicting General, Nonsexual Violence in Sexual Offenders

This study, published in Law and Human Behavior, provides implications with respect

Understanding the Developmental Course and Severity of Criminality Among Individuals with SMI

This study, published in Law and Human Behavior, examines differences in criminal,

Criminal Culpability of Juveniles: Adult Time for Adult Crime or Differential Treatment?

This article summarizes the developmental differences between adolescents and adults, providing implications

To Deny or Confess Guilt?: A Model of Confessions Describing Suspects’ Decision-Making

The current article introduces a model of confessions that provides a comprehensive

Children's Descriptions of Clothing Placement Vary Based on Question Type - CONCEPT Professional Training

The current study has implications for questioning young children regarding spatial descriptions

Keep Your Bias to Yourself: The Impact of Deliberating with Differently Biased Jurors - CONCEPT Professional Training

The current study examined the influence of pretrial publicity on mock-jurors’ guilt

Challenging the Status Quo that a Small Room is Optimal for Investigative Interviewing - CONCEPT Professional Training

The current study provides support for the theory that concepts of openness

Most Juveniles Who Commit Violent Offenses Do Not Reoffend in Adulthood - CONCEPT Professional Training

These findings may help inform new delinquency interventions that target the needs

Sexually Abusive Clergy A Unique Subgroup of Sexual Offenders - CONCEPT Professional Training

Given the differences between sex offender subgroups, it may be important to

Perceptions of Justice Among Victimized Female Prisoners

Victims’ perceptions of procedural and distributive justice of a class action lawsuit

Juvenile Criminal Involvement may Signal the Presence of Heightened Criminogenic Need among Adults with SMI

A juvenile history of criminal involvement may signal the presence of heightened

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