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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 25, Number 6, 3 July 2019

The importance of scientific method for psychological science
pp. 527-541(15)
Author: Haig, Brian D.

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Scientific inquiry and offender rehabilitation: the importance of epistemic and prudential values
pp. 577-588(12)
Authors: Day, Andrew; Tamatea, Armon; Geia, Lynore

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Developmental and life-course explanations of offending
pp. 609-625(17)
Authors: McGee, Tara Renae; Farrington, David P.

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Biological explanations of criminal behavior
pp. 626-640(15)
Authors: Ling, Shichun; Umbach, Rebecca; Raine, Adrian

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The psychology of criminal conduct: a consideration of strengths, weaknesses and future directions
pp. 659-674(16)
Authors: Fortune, Clare-Ann; Heffernan, Roxanne

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Incorporating sociocultural and situational factors into explanations of interpersonal violent crime
pp. 675-692(18)
Authors: Dixon, Louise; Harkins, Leigh; Wegerhoff, Daniel

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Understanding crime: a multilevel approach
pp. 709-711(3)
Authors: Ward, Tony; Durrant, Russil; Sullivan, Jacqueline

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