Series: Wiley Series in Forensic Clinical Psychology

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Aggressive Offenders' Cognition: Theory, Research and Practice by Theresa A. Gannon
Alcohol-Related Violence: Prevention and Treatment by Mary McMurran
Cognitive Approaches to the Assessment of Sexual Interest in Sexual Offenders by David Thornton
Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Sexual Offenders by William L. Marshall
Forensic case formulation by Peter Sturmey
Motivating Offenders to Change: A Guide to Enhancing Engagement in Therapy by Mary McMurran
Offence Paralleling Behaviour: A Case Formulation Approach to Offender Assessment and Intervention by Michael Daffern
Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment: Effective Programmes and Policies to Reduce Re-offending by James McGuire
Offenders with Developmental Disabilities by William R. Lindsay
Offending Behaviour Programmes: Development, Application and Controversies by Emma J. Palmer
Personality, Personality Disorder and Violence: An Evidence Based Approach by Mary McMurran
The Psychology of Group Aggression by Arnold P. Goldstein
Sexual Offender Treatment: Controversial Issues by Geris Serran
Social Problem Solving and Offending: Evidence, Evaluation and Evolution by Mary McMurran
Theories of Sexual Offending by Tony Ward

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