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Biosocial Criminology and Models of Criminal Decision Making  

Kyle Treiber

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Jul 2017
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Jun 2017
This chapter explores how integrating the science of criminal decision making and contemporary biosocial criminology can benefit our understanding of why people make criminal action ... More

Burglary Decisions  

Timothy Coupe

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Jul 2017
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Jun 2017
This chapter examines burglary event decisions, decisions leading up to the burglary, and the burglary characteristics that provide insights into them. It critically reviews the evidence ... More

Co-offending and Co-offender Selection  

Sarah B. van Mastrigt

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Jul 2017
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Jun 2017
A notable proportion of crime is committed in company, particularly during youth, but relatively little attention has been paid to the influence of co-offenders on criminal decision ... More

Cold-Blooded and Badass: A “Hot/Cool” Approach to Understanding Carjackers’ Decisions  

Gabriel T Cesar and Scott H. Decker

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Jul 2017
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Jun 2017
Carjacking is a bold crime characterized by unpredictability and danger. Media reports have identified carjackings throughout the world, and estimates suggest 34,000 occur annually in the ... More

Crime Journeys: Patterns of Offender Mobility  

Wim Bernasco

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Oct 2014
Crime requires the simultaneous presence of offenders and targets. This essay reviews what is known about how offenders come to intersect in time and space with their targets. It addresses ... More

Crime Location Choice: State of the Art and Avenues for Future Research  

Stijn Ruiter

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Jul 2017
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Jun 2017
Crime is unevenly distributed in space. This chapter discusses the uneven spatial patterns in crime from an offender decision-making perspective. It describes the main theoretical ... More

Crime Specialization  

Nadine Deslauriers-Varin, Patrick Lussier, and Stacy Tzoumakis

Crime specialization is one of the most researched and often-debated criminal career parameters. To date, the concept of specialization has been approached mainly from a static viewpoint ... More

Criminal Minds: Psychiatry, Psychopathology, and the Government of Criminality  

Stephen Garton

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May 2016
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Jul 2016
This article explores the impact of psychiatric theories and practices in the administration of criminal justice systems, largely in the Anglophone West. It focuses on the increasing use ... More

“Deciding” to Kill: Understanding Homicide Offenders’ Decision Making  

Fiona Brookman and Michelle Wright

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Jul 2017
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Jun 2017
This chapter examines the cognitive, affective, and situational factors that influence the decision-making processes of those who kill. With little existing research that specifically ... More

Dual-Process Models of Criminal Decision Making  

Jean-Louis van Gelder

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Jul 2017
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Jun 2017
This chapter discusses the application of dual-process and dual-system models to offender decision making. It is argued that these models offer a more accurate account of the decision ... More

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