By Theresa A. Gannon, Tony Ward, Anthony R. Beech, Dawn Fisher
The ebook focuses in particular on competitive offenders and is split into elements. half I bargains with sexual abusers while half II is anxious with violent offenders. every one half discusses thought, most up-to-date examine and therapy similar details. Emphasis is put on discussing cognition in context i.e. settling on the standards impacting upon and concerning offendersвЂ™ cognition.
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Extra info for Aggressive Offenders' Cognition: Theory, Research and Practice
E. & Hollin, C. R. (2001). Schemas: A model for understanding cognition in sexual offending. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Research and Treatment Conference, Association for the treatment of Sexual Abusers, San Antonio. Marshall, W. , Anderson, D. & Fernandez Y. M. (1999). Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Sexual Offenders. Toronto, ON: Wiley. , Beech, A. R. & Pattison, R. (2005). Identification of five fundamental implicit theories underlying cognitive distortions in child abusers: A preliminary study.
6 AGGRESSIVE OFFENDERS’ COGNITION and violence. Leading on from this, Rachael Collie, Jim Vess and Sharlene Murdoch provide an excellent review of current empirical evidence regarding violent offenders’ cognition (Chapter 9). Their review highlights the urgent need for further empirical investigation of violent offenders’ cognition using many of the cognitive paradigms so often utilised to investigate clinical psychopathology. In Chapter 10, Emma Palmer then presents a very clear overview of the links between moral cognition and aggressive behaviour and describes the range of tools that may be used to measure moral cognition, as well as the types of treatment programmes that incorporate moral cognitive components.
This framework also allows for superior external consistency as the theory shows greater compatibility with the general clinical and forensic literature. Additionally, self-reported empirical research appears to have confirmed the presence of some offence-related schemas in child sexual abusers, although it is unclear to what extent they play a causal role. Furthermore, it appears that offence-related schemas are less prominent in child sexual abusers than in rapists and other violent offenders (see Chapter 4 of this volume).