Translating Research into Practice

Behind the Veil of Narcissus: The Grandiose and Vulnerable Aspects of Narcissism

This study investigated adolescents’ Quality of Life and mental health needs during the first weeks in a closed institution for mandatory care and

Out to Sea with No Paddles? A Rare Analysis of Educational Needs of Women in Forensic Psychiatric Care

Initial research suggests that they might provide practitioners with a quick and thus potentially efficient check of an examinee’s presentation

Beyond “Mad, Bad, or Sad:” A Closer Look at Personality Profiles and Risk Level in Justice Involved Youth

The purpose of the current study was to inform system level decision-making about the value of integrating clinically relevant personality

Can’t Get No Satisfaction? An Examination of Quality of Life in Adolescent Offenders

This study investigated adolescents’ Quality of Life and mental health needs during the first weeks in a closed institution for mandatory care and

Going Against the Grain – Striving for Cultural Competence in Forensic Mental Health Assessment

Forensic evaluators conduct assessments of individuals with a wide range of sociocultural identities. Although recommendations regarding how to

Service Status and Sexual Offending? An Analysis of Repeat Behaviors

Veterans have higher rates of incarceration for sexual offenses than non-veterans, but little is known about the factors associated with repeat

Crossing Borders: Broaching Detection of Feigned Mental Illness in a French Sample

Initial research suggests that they might provide practitioners with a quick and thus potentially efficient check of an examinee’s presentation

Beyond Callous-Unemotional Traits: Demystifying Psychopathic Personality Through Conceptual Analysis

The bivariate, empirical association between psychopathic personality disorder (PPD) and violence has been well established. Yet, questions remain

Support for the option of alternative dispute resolution for cases reporting high levels of intimate partner violence

This randomized controlled trial, involving parents seeking to resolve their separation- or divorce-related disputes and reporting high levels of

Understanding Factors that Lead Individuals to Commit Crime

Understanding the unique factors that lead individuals to commit crime, with or without the influence of a severe mental disorder, is essential in

Criminogenic Risk Assessment

“This article’s hypothesis is that exposure to the criminal justice system increases some of the risk factors used to predict recidivism and

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