By Theresa A. Gannon, Tony Ward, Anthony R. Beech, Dawn Fisher
The e-book focuses in particular on competitive offenders and is split into components. half I offers with sexual abusers while half II is anxious with violent offenders. each one half discusses conception, most modern learn and remedy comparable info. Emphasis is put on discussing cognition in context i.e. making a choice on the standards impacting upon and concerning offendersвЂ™ cognition.
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Extra info for Aggressive Offenders' Cognition: Theory, Research and Practice
As noted below there has been criticism of this measure, however, it has nonetheless been widely used in the assessment of child sexual abusers. Critique and Elaboration of Early Ideas Perhaps the most notable confusion evident within Abel’s early conceptualisation of cognitive distortions is the lack of clarity concerning whether these “distortions” represent some type of permanent belief structure, or whether they are, in fact, more temporary dissonance-reduction cognitions used to facilitate and justify offending behaviour (Gannon & Polaschek, 2006; Ward, Polaschek & Beech, 2005).
The ITs of nature of harm and entitlement were less frequently evidenced but were still endorsed by some. One particularly interesting finding was that offenders who reported a history of sexual abuse were significantly more likely to evidence the IT dangerous world. Moreover, overall, this subgroup of offenders evidenced significantly more offence-supportive beliefs. The authors reason that this may indicate different developmental pathways among child sexual abusers. Specifically, they suggest that particular sorts of experiences early in life may lead to the development of “specific sets of implicit theories” (p.
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