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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 22, Numbers 1-2, 22 January 2016

Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Gannon, Theresa A.

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Problems in the measurement of dynamic risk factors in sexual offenders
pp. 68-83(16)
Authors: Beech, Anthony R.; Wakeling, Helen C.; Szumski, Filip; Freemantle, Nick

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Challenges for the theory and application of dynamic risk factors
pp. 84-103(20)
Authors: Cording, Jacinta R.; Beggs Christofferson, Sarah M.; Grace, Randolph C.

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Understanding dynamic risk factors for violence
pp. 124-137(14)
Authors: Klepfisz, Gabrielle; Daffern, Michael; Day, Andrew

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Developing a theory of dynamic risk
pp. 138-150(13)
Author: Thornton, David

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Dynamic risk and protective factors
pp. 151-170(20)
Authors: Serin, Ralph C.; Chadwick, Nick; Lloyd, Caleb D.

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Desistance and dynamic risk factors belong together
pp. 171-189(19)
Author: Polaschek, Devon L. L.

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From dynamic risk factors to causal processes: a methodological framework
pp. 190-202(13)
Authors: Ward, Tony; Fortune, Clare-Ann

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