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Criminal behavior : a process psychology analysis : personal constructs, stimulus determinants, behavioral repertoires

Author: Nathaniel J Pallone; James Hennessy
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2017.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nathaniel J Pallone; James Hennessy
ISBN: 9780203794371 0203794370
OCLC Number: 1022560950
Notes: First published 1992 by Transaction Publishers.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover Page --
Criminal Behavior --
Copyright Page --
Contents --
Displays, Figures, Tables --
Preface --
1 A Process Psychology Paradigm for Criminal Behavior --
Current Status of A Scientific Psychology of Criminal Behavior --
Criteria for a Comprehensive Psychology of Criminal Behavior --
Emphasis on Differences or Commonalities? --
Behavior as A Function of Interaction --
Univariate vs. Multivariate Explanations for Behavior --
A Search for Multiple Causation --
Appropriate Attention to Extra-psychic Determinants --
Aims & Methods in Differential Psychology --
Behavior Springs from the Inside Out --
Measurable Differences in Characteristics --
The Failure to Post-Diet --
Aims & Methods in Process Psychology --
Inquiry into the Engines of Behavior --
Incorporating Data from Differential Psychology --
Stimulus Determinants of Behavior --
An Anchor in Personal Construct Psychology --
The Person-Environment Interactions Framework --
An Interactionist Paradigm for Behavior --
A Process Psychology Paradigm for Criminal Behavior --
Elements in the Process --
Boundary Conditions --
No Assumption of Psychopathology --
Reinforcement and Maintenance --
The Process Model in Context: Variables and Weights --
Predisposition as a Function of Infrequent Intrusive Sanction --
Varying Weights and Sources --
Inclination toward Specific Criminal Behaviors --
Inverse Relationship between Opportunity and Predisposition --
Expectation of Impunity Potentiated by Vicarious Conditioning --
Conceptual and Utilitarian Value --
Summary --
Notes & Commentary --
2 Conceptual Constraints in Studying Criminal Behavior --
Divergent Conceptual Domains --
Criminality as A Legal Construct Applicable to A Single Behavior --
Criminality Follows Adjudication --
Shifting Definitions of Criminality --
Positive Law, Social Convention, Pristine Morality.
Responsibility: Nathaniel J. Pallone, James J. Hennessy.

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