Open access journal of forensic psychology

 

Volume 3:  2011



Original Articles


DeClue, G. (2011). Harry Potter and the Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms? Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 3, 1-18.

DeClue 2011.pdf         link to other reviews of forensic instruments


Jennings, F. L. & Hays, J. R. (2011). How are treating psychologists to respond to requests for court testimony? Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 3, 19-29.

Jennings 2011.pdf


DeClue, G., Madsen, E. M., Kline, S. M., Montaldi, D. F., Boccaccini, M., & Murrie, D. (2011). Frequency distributions of Static-99 and Static-99R scores in several recent United States samples. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 3, 30-64.

DeClue 2011-2.pdf            link to additional sex-offender articles


Martinez, M. A. (2011). Introduction to section on meta-analysis. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 3, 66-69.

Martinez 2011.pdf        


Rubenzer, S. (2011). Review of the Inventory of Legal Knowledge. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 3, 70-81.

Rubenzer 2011.pdf     link to other reviews of forensic instruments


Campbell, T. W. (2011). Predictive accuracy of Static-99R and Static-2002R. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 3, 82-106.

Campbell 2011.pdf           link to additional sex-offender articles

Online-Friendly Presentation of Tables in Campbell 2011.pdf


Krivacska, J., & Margolis, H. (2011). Reliability of sex-offense risk assessments at civil commitment: Threshold levels in New Jersey SVP proceedings. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 3, 107-148.

Krivacska 2011.pdf           link to additional sex-offender articles


Reviews


Rostow, C. D.,  & Davis, R. D. (2004).  A Handbook for Psychological Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations in Law Enforcement.  New York: The Haworth Clinical Practice Press. 320 pages. Reviewed by John Matthew Fabian.

Fabian review of Rostow & Davis.pdf      link to more reviews


Dvoskin, J. A., Skeem, J. L., Novaco, R. W., & Douglas, K. S. (2011). Using social science to reduce violent offending. New York: Oxford.

DeClue review of Dvoskin et al.pdf         link to more reviews