Psychologists consider the personality disorders to be the most
researched of all psychiatric diagnoses, yet they remain a largely
misunderstood factor in both criminal justice and substance abuse.
Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD) is the most destructive
personality disorder and afflicts just over 4% of American adults.
The majority of people supervised in America's criminal justice
system, which currently is 3.2% of the population, have ASPD. This
textbook represents a comprehensive review of the criminal justice
system, background and nature of ASPD, and the emerging concepts of
applying evidence-based treatment practices. Recidivism, treatment
outcomes, criminal personality and psychopathy, and effective
practices are covered.
Eagle Wing Books Inc.
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Gregory L. Little
• Kenneth D Robinson
• Katherine D Burnette
• E Stephen Swan
||Paperback - Trade
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