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Dangerous, disordered and doubly deviant
Selected papers from the Special Hospital Psychology Advisory Group Annual Conference 1994. The papers reflect the breadth of research carried out by Forensic and Clinical Psychologists, both within and associated to the Special Hospital Service, addressing a variety of issues related to criminal behaviour and mental health.
The application of attribution theory to perceptions of dangerousness and treatability
Daniel Reid and Ruth Millard
Why do women self-harm at Ashworth Maximum Security Hospital?
Helen Liebling, Hazel Chipchase and Rebecca Velangi
Some antecedents of hedonistic and nurturant addictive orientations in relation to gender: an archival study
Geoffrey M. Stephenson, Paula Maggi and Robert M.H. Lefever
Neuropsychological profiles of long-stay patients in a maximum security psychiatric hospital: a comparison with short-stay admissions
Deborah C. Wint and G. Mary Hill
Neuropsychiatric indices in a maximum secure sample: DMS-III-R psychiatric diagnosis and the analysis of error in Wechsler Memory Scale visual design recall
G. Mary Hill, L. Paul Chesterman, David Murphy, David Tidmarsh and John Lumsden
Neuroimaging in mentally abnormal offenders
Michael T.H. Wong, John Lumsden, George W. Fenton and Peter B.C. Fenwick