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Multi-problem violent youth : a foundation for comparative research on needs, interventions, and outcomes /

Corporate Author: North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
Other Authors: Corrado, Raymond R.
Format: Book
Published: Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : IOS Press, c2002.
Series:NATO science series. Life and behavioural sciences, v. 324
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction /
  • Raymond R. Corrado, Ronald Roesch, Stephen D. Hart and Jozef K. Gierowski
  • Youth Violence: Risk and Protective Factors /
  • N. Dickon Reppucci, Carrie S. Fried and Melinda G. Schmidt
  • Multiple Risk Factors for Multiple Problem Violent Boys /
  • David P. Farrington
  • Risk/Need Assessment and Prevention of Antisocial Development in Young People: Basic Issues from a Perspective of Cautionary Optimism /
  • Friedrich Losel
  • Are Pre and Perinatal Factors Related to the Development of Criminal Offending? /
  • Sheilagh Hodgins, Lynn Kratzer and Thomas F. McNeil
  • Behavioral Aggression in Pre-schoolers: Identification, Assessment and Understanding /
  • Pratibha N. Reebye
  • Child Neurospsychiatric Disorders: A Review of Associations with Delinquency and Substance Use /
  • Niklas Langstrom
  • Family Impact on Youth Violence /
  • Vladislav Ruchkin
  • Aggressive and Violent Girls: Prevalence, Profiles and Contributing Factors /
  • Marlene Moretti and Candice Odgers
  • Neurological Aspects of Violence, Particularly in Youth /
  • Anneliese A. Pontius
  • Underlying Vulnerability Influencing Outcome Factors/Behaviors in Psychosocial Disturbances /
  • Britt af Klinteberg
  • Psychopathy in Childhood and Adolescence: Implications for the Assessment and Management of Multi-Problem Youths /
  • Gina M. Vincent and Stephen D. Hart
  • Delinquency and Aggression of School Children in Relation to Maternal Age /
  • Jan B. Deijen, Eric Blaauw and Frans Willem Winkel
  • Review of Clinical Assessment Strategies and Instruments for Adolescent Offenders /
  • Marc Le Blanc
  • The Risk Factor Profile Instrument: Identifying Children at Risk for Serious and Violent Delinquency /
  • Trisha Beuhring
  • The Under 12 Outreach Project for Antisocial Boys: A Research Based Clinical Program /
  • Christopher D. Webster, Leena K. Augimeri and Christopher J. Koegl
  • Monitoring Vital Signs: Integrating a Standardized Assessment into Washington State's Juvenile Justice System /
  • Robert Barnoski
  • The Development and Implementation of the BARO: A New Device to Detect Psychopathology in Minors with First Police Contacts /
  • Theo A. H. Doreleijers and Maarten Spaander
  • Towards Valid Cross-cultural Measures of Risk /
  • David J. Cooke and Christine Michie
  • The Utility of an Integrated Multi-Service Instrument within France /
  • Catherine Blatier and Raymond R. Corrado
  • The Principles of Formulating Forensic Psychology Reports Concerning Minor and Juvenile Perpetrators of Violent Criminal Acts in Poland /
  • Jozef K. Gierowski and Teresa Jaskiewicz-Obydzinska
  • Violent Offenders with Mental Health Problems: The Italian Youth Study /
  • Luca Iani, Gaetano De Leo and Antonella Ciurlia
  • Adolescent Murderers: A Genoa Sample /
  • Giovanni B. Traverso and Monica Bianchi
  • Juvenile Aggression: A Risk Factors Model of Instrumental and Reactive Violence and Ensuing Protective Intervention Programs /
  • Frans Willem Winkel, Eric Blaauw and Ad Kerkhof
  • An Introduction to the Risk/Needs Case Management Instrument for Children and Youth at Risk for Violence: The Cracow Instrument /
  • Raymond R. Corrado
  • A Preliminary Conceptual Framework for the Prevention and Management of Multi-Problem Youth /
  • Candice Odgers, Gina M. Vincent and Raymond R. Corrado.