Clinical Assessment of Dangerousness: Empirical Contributions

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Index
adolescence
aggression development, 47–8, 74, 79
cortisol effects, 34
homicide, see filicide
hormonal effects, 29–32
parricide risk, see parricide
adrenal androgens, antisocial
behavior relationship, 32–3
adult violence, prediction, 66–85
behavioral predictors, 74–6, 90
Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development, 68–70
conviction records, 70–2, 74, 95, 263
explanatory predictors, 76–8
multivariate analysis, 78–80
overview, 66, 83–5
previous analysis, 72–4
research, 67–8
risk scores, 81–3
age (See also adolescence; middle childhood years; preschool years)
age–crime curve, 47–50
alcoholism, 201
filicide victims, 159–60
risk assessment relationship, 7
aggression (See also intimate partner homicide)
prediction, 47–61
adolescent years, 47–8, 74, 79
correlations, 48–50, 55–9
middle childhood years, 48–51
overview, 59–61
preschool years, 51–5
alcohol use
alcohol-related crimes, 202–5, 264–6
antisocial behavior relationship, 205–8
conceptual issues, 208–10
criminal behavior link, 196–202
historical perspectives, 197–9
overview, 195
recidivistic violent behavior, 121, 123, 131
short-term dangerousness prediction, 115–16
antisocial behavior (See also violent behavior)
alcohol use relationship, 205–8
antisocial parricide perpetrator, 190–1
antisocial personality disorder, 104–5
biological systems effects, 28–38
adrenal androgens, 32–3
cortisol, 33–4
endocrine system, 29

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