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📒Pass The Pcl R ✍ Abraham Gentry
✏Pass the PCL R Book Summary : The PCL-R is a test that is determining the fate of prison inmates worldwide. The stakes of not passing a standardized test have never been so great. Failing this test can mean spending additional decades in prison, possibly longer than your original sentence. Some states use the score to recommend the death penalty! This guide will take you step by step through the test. It will explain the questions asked, what traits the clinicians are looking for, how they will score your answers, and exercises to prepare. The PCL-R is unlike any other test. Many seemingly innocent traits are scored against you! If you, your friend or client have been convicted of a felony or are facing a parole hearing soon, it is very likely the PCL-R will be given. Know the rules of the game, arm yourself with the right knowledge, and rebuild your life! Pass the PCL-R contains everything you need to know to do well on the exam. It tells you how to answer the questions and how to talk to the prison psychologist to convince him that you are the one that should be let out! This is the best resource currently available. It also contains a primer to prepare you for other common prison psych tests. Rorschach, MMPI, and LCSF.
📒No Remorse Psychopathy And Criminal Justice ✍ Jacqueline B. Helfgott
✏No Remorse Psychopathy and Criminal Justice Book Summary : An in-depth interdisciplinary perspective on psychopathy suitable for those interested in criminology and criminal justice, sociology, psychology, anthropology, and other social science as well as general knowledge. • Offers an in-depth, interdisciplinary perspective on psychopathy, useful across a range of fields and for general readers • Covers the history of the concept of psychopathy, and its move into criminal justice policy and practice • Examines the remorse factor and its role in criminal proceedings • Reflects the subject knowledge of an author who is highly respected in the field of criminal justice and has been featured by media including CNN, ABC News, Court TV, Associated Press, and Oregon Public Radio
📒Disordered Personalities And Crime ✍ David W. Jones
✏Disordered Personalities and Crime Book Summary : Disordered Personalities and Crime seeks to better understand how we respond to those individuals who have been labelled at various points in time as ‘morally insane’, ‘psychopathic’ or ‘personality disordered’. Individuals whose behaviour is consistent with these diagnoses present challenges to both the criminal justice system and mental health systems, because the people who come to have such diagnoses seem to have a rational and realistic understanding of the world around them but they can behave in ways that suggest they have little understanding of the meaning or consequences of their actions. This book argues that an analysis of the history of these diagnoses will help to provide a better understanding of contemporary dilemmas. These are categories that have been not only shaped by the needs of criminal justice and the claims of expertise by professionals, but also the fears, anxieties and demands of the wider public. In this book, David W. Jones demonstrates us how important these diagnoses have been to the history of psychiatry in its claims for professional expertise, and also sheds light on the evolution of the insanity defence and helps explain why it remains a problematic and controversial issue even today. This book will be key reading for students, researchers and academics who are interested in crime and its relationship to mental disorder and also for those interested in psychiatry and abnormal psychology.
📒Devil S Pass ✍ Sigmund Brouwer
✏Devil s Pass Book Summary : Webb, a young street musician, faces grizzly bears and a madman on the Canol Trail when he tries to fulfill a request in his late grandfather's will.
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📒The Psychopath Inside ✍ James Fallon
✏The Psychopath Inside Book Summary : “Compelling, essential reading for understanding the underpinnings of psychopathy.” — M. E. Thomas, author of Confessions of a Sociopath For his first fifty-eight years, James Fallon was by all appearances a normal guy. A successful neuroscientist and professor, he’d been raised in a loving family, married his high school sweetheart, and had three kids and lots of friends. Then he learned a shocking truth that would not only disrupt his personal and professional life, but would lead him to question the very nature of his own identity. While researching serial killers, he uncovered a pattern in their brain scans that helped explain their cold and violent behavior. Astonishingly, his own scan matched that pattern. And a few months later he learned that he was descended from a long line of murderers. Fallon set out to reconcile the truth about his own brain with everything he knew as a scientist about the mind, behavior, and personality.
📒Tests In Print ✍ Oscar Krisen Buros
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📒The Wisdom Of Psychopaths ✍ Kevin Dutton
✏The Wisdom of Psychopaths Book Summary : In this engrossing journey into the lives of psychopaths and their infamously crafty behaviors, the renowned psychologist Kevin Dutton reveals that there is a scale of "madness" along which we all sit. Incorporating the latest advances in brain scanning and neuroscience, Dutton demonstrates that the brilliant neurosurgeon who lacks empathy has more in common with a Ted Bundy who kills for pleasure than we may wish to admit, and that a mugger in a dimly lit parking lot may well, in fact, have the same nerveless poise as a titan of industry. Dutton argues that there are indeed "functional psychopaths" among us—different from their murderous counterparts—who use their detached, unflinching, and charismatic personalities to succeed in mainstream society, and that shockingly, in some fields, the more "psychopathic" people are, the more likely they are to succeed. Dutton deconstructs this often misunderstood diagnosis through bold on-the-ground reporting and original scientific research as he mingles with the criminally insane in a high-security ward, shares a drink with one of the world's most successful con artists, and undergoes transcranial magnetic stimulation to discover firsthand exactly how it feels to see through the eyes of a psychopath. As Dutton develops his theory that we all possess psychopathic tendencies, he puts forward the argument that society as a whole is more psychopathic than ever: after all, psychopaths tend to be fearless, confident, charming, ruthless, and focused—qualities that are tailor-made for success in the twenty-first century. Provocative at every turn, The Wisdom of Psychopaths is a riveting adventure that reveals that it's our much-maligned dark side that often conceals the trump cards of success.