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Psychiatry and the criminal; a guide to psychiatric examinations for the criminal courts,

Author: John M Macdonald
Publisher: Springfield, Ill., C.C. Thomas [©1969]
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Macdonald, John M. (John Marshall), 1920-
Psychiatry and the criminal.
Springfield, Ill., C.C. Thomas [©1969]
(OCoLC)598937641
Online version:
Macdonald, John M. (John Marshall), 1920-
Psychiatry and the criminal.
Springfield, Ill., C.C. Thomas [©1969]
(OCoLC)610037426
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John M Macdonald
OCLC Number: 59681
Description: xxii, 352 pages 24 cm
Contents: the origins of criminal behavior. Sociological factors ; biological factors ; psychological factors ; the id and criminal behavior ; the ego and criminal behavior ; the superego and criminal behavior ; separation from the mother or mother figure in early life ; combination of indulgence and severity in the parental features ; parental sanctions for wayward behavior ; criminal parents ; other conditions unfavorable to healthy superego function ; the aggressive criminal ; latent homosexuality ; the criminal and his victim ; the crime -provocative function of the victim ; the criminal law and the psychopathology of criminal behavior ; of references --
tests of criminal responsibility. the M'Naghten rules ; modified M'Naghten rules ; tests of control ; the Durham rule ; the Durham-McDonald rules ; American law institute (ALI) test ; the freemen rule ; the currens test ; commitment on the new tests ; abolition of the insanity plea ; diminished responsibility ; psychiatric testimony and M'Naghten rules ; mental disorder at the time of the criminal proceedings ; when issue is insanity after crime and before trial ; when the issue is insanity after a verdict of guilty and before judgment ; when the issue is insanity since judgment and sentence, and the punishment is death ; incompetency to stand trial and wrongful imprisonment ; release from hospital on recovery ; civil commitment procedures and the criminal law ; psychiatric viewpoints on tests of criminal responsibility ; the public and the insanity plea ; references --
the psychiatric examination for the criminal court. The alleged of crime ; physical examination ; information from outside sources ; the dynamic diagnosis ; temporary insanity ; the medicolegal opinion ; references --
dangerousness: evaluation and treatment. The evaluation ; dangerous behavior ; homicide ; homicidal threats ; attempted suicide ; assault ; attitude towards acts of violence ; phantasies of violence ; age, sex, and race ; clinical diagnosis ; dynamic diagnosis ; the role of the victim ; recent stress ; resources ; prospects of treatment ; prevention of homicide ; homicide prevention centers ; sale of firearms ; The dangerous parent ; circumstances of child-battering ; early recognition of child battering ; prevention of further injury of homicide ; prediction of homicide ; mental illness and violence ; references --
psychological test evaluation by L Leighton C. Whitaker, Ph. D. Intelligence tests ; personality and diagnostic tests ; the Rorschach test ; the thematic apperception test ; other project if techniques ; Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory (MMPI) ; tests for brain damage or impairment ; special problems involved in testing criminal suspects ; the psychological report ; The psychologist in the witness stand ; pitfalls on cross examination ; interpretation of data in isolation ; use of controversial or obscure tests ; clinical incompetence ; Exhibitionism and stage fright ; references --
Narcoanalysis and criminal law ; the legal aspects of Narcoanalysis ; reliability of Narcoanalysis ; ethical problems ; Narcoanalysis and the insanity plea ; Narcoanalysis for the purpose of obtaining a confession ; concessions made by patient and treatment ; indications from Narcoanalysis ; the restoration of speech in mute patients ; the facilitation of expression of suppressed or re-pressed thoughts ; technique ; summary ; references --
Amnesia ; amnesia and Narcoanalysis ; physical examination and laboratory tests ; hysterical amnesia ; epilepsy ; alcoholism ; drug intoxication and delirium ; head injury ; functional psychosis and chronic organic brain disease ; references --
epilepsy and the electroencephalogram. The history of patients suffering from epilepsy ; Psychomotor attacks and automatisms ; syncope ; hysterical fits ; simulated epilepsy ; differential diagnosis ; absence of motive ; premeditation and planning ; attempt at concealment ; amnesia ; summary ; epilepsy and crime --
statistical relationships ; electroencephalography and the criminal law ; electroencephalography evidence in court ; fourteen and six per second positive spikes ; Psychomotor variant seizure discharge ; psychopathic personality ; delirium ; head injury ; functional psychoses ; references --
alcoholism and the law. Chemical tests for intoxication ; reliability of chemical tests for intoxication ; pathological intoxication ; alcoholic psychoses ; references --
narcotics and drug abuse. Drug abuse and crime ; characteristics of drug dependence ; criminal responsibility ; penalties ; control and treatment methods ; references --
the Ganser Syndrome. references --
the simulation and mental disease. Excitement ; confusion ; depression ; mental defect ; hallucinations and delusions ; mutism ; experimental simulation of psychosis ; summary ; references --
the psychopathic offender. paradoxical aspects of the psychopath ; pitfalls in diagnosis ; psychopaths in unexpected places ; importance of prompt diagnosis ; psychopathology ; treatment ; references --
the sex offender. sexual offenses ; exhibitionism ; pedophilia ; rape ; victims of sex offenders ; false accusations of sexual assault ; the psychiatric examination of the sex offender if ; recidivism ; evaluation of dangerousness ; treatment ; punishment ; sex psychopath laws ; references --
the check offender. References --
the juvenile delinquent. Recommendations to the court ; references --
the firesetter. incidence and psychopathology ; a schizophrenic firesetter ; pyromania ; medico-legal aspects ; references --
the psychiatric report. References --
the psychiatrist in the witness stand. Direct examination ; the hypothetical question ; cross examination ; references --
treatment and punishment. Psychiatry and a law ; justice and law ; intermediate sentence laws ; prisons ; law enforcement agencies ; psychiatric treatment ; the therapeutic community ; references.
Responsibility: by John M. Macdonald.

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