The accounts that defendants give for crime : relationship between accounts given and the perceived seriousness of the crime /
by Trammell, Danielle Bree, 1977-
An investigation of the contribution of moral-ethical variables in predicting inmate outcomes using discriminant analysis of covariance /
by Armstrong, Patricia M.
The effect of perceptual isolation and arousal on anxiety, complexity, preference and novelty preference in psychopathic and neurotic delinquents,
by Skrzypek, George James, 1940-
A comparative study of moral discrimination in adult male mental patients and adult male federal prisoners.
by Bryan, Laurence L.
A study of learning and retention with neutral and social-primitive words in normal, psychopathic and psychoneurotic criminals
by Schoper, Cornelis Anthony, 1922-
A multidimensional assessment of adult recidivistic psychiatric inpatients : testing a biopsychosocial theory of violent criminal behavior /
by Rao, Vincent Paul.
Counselor-Trainee's Levels of Emphatic Responses to Vignettes of Clients That Have Committed Either a Non-Violent or Violent Criminal Act /
by Murphy, Scott A.
Judas kiss : how never ratting on your friends & always keeping your mouth shut does not apply to street snitches /
by Pashea, Joseph John, Jr.,