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by Dr. Kenneth Adams,Mr. Hans Toch

eBook The Disturbed Violent Offender download ISBN: 0300051484
Author: Dr. Kenneth Adams,Mr. Hans Toch
Publisher: Yale University Press (July 24, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 230
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Category: Medics
Subcategory: Psychology

Presents a typology based on a large-scale study of convicted offenders

Presents a typology based on a large-scale study of convicted offenders.

The Disturbed Violent Offender. Hans Toch, Kenneth Adams . Published by Amer Psychological Assn (1994). ISBN 10: 1557982600 ISBN 13: 9781557982605. When the violent offender is also mentally disturbed, the criminal justice and mental health systems face particular challenges. The book addresses criminal acts that reflect pathology, acts by disturbed but nonserious offenders, and acts by the most chronic and dangerous patients.

When the violent offender is also mentally disturbed, the criminal justice and mental health systems face particular challenges.

Hans Toch, Kenneth Adams.

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by Dr. Kenneth Adams, Mr. Hans Toch, Lloyd E. Ohlin.

Violent Men: An Inquiry Into the Psychology of Violence (Psychology, Crime, and Justice) Jun 19, 2017. by Dr. Simon Dinitz, Hans Toch, Kenneth A. Adams

The disturbed violent offender. Adams. Examines the relatively few people who are both violent criminals and mentally ill. Presents a typology based on a large-scale study of convicted offenders. The Catalytic Situation in the Violence Equation1.

Toch, . & Adams, K. (1994). Authors and Affiliations. Cite this chapter as: Toch H. (2000) Effective Treatment for Disturbed Violent Prisoners?. Washington: American Psychological Association/APA Books. Toch, . & Adams, . with Grant, . Coping: Maladaptation in prisons. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. In: Hodgins S. (eds) Violence among the Mentally III. NATO Science Series (Series D: Behavioural and Social Sciences), vol 90.

Based on a study of convicted offenders, this provides a typology of violent criminals who have histories of mental health problems. It describes the careers of these offenders, the problems they present for mental health and criminal justice systems and their probable response to treatment.