ISSN 1068-316X (Print); ISSN 1477-2744 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
The importance of scientific method for psychological science
Haig, Brian D.
The classification of offending and crime related problems: a functional perspective
Ward, Tony; Carter, Ethan
Achieving cumulative progress in understanding crime: some insights from the philosophy of science
Sullivan, Jacqueline A.
Scientific inquiry and offender rehabilitation: the importance of epistemic and prudential values
Day, Andrew; Tamatea, Armon; Geia, Lynore
Evolutionary approaches to understanding crime: explaining the gender gap in offending
Developmental and life-course explanations of offending
McGee, Tara Renae; Farrington, David P.
Biological explanations of criminal behavior
Ling, Shichun; Umbach, Rebecca; Raine, Adrian
Understanding desistance: a critical review of theories of desistance
The psychology of criminal conduct: a consideration of strengths, weaknesses and future directions
Fortune, Clare-Ann; Heffernan, Roxanne
Incorporating sociocultural and situational factors into explanations of interpersonal violent crime
Dixon, Louise; Harkins, Leigh; Wegerhoff, Daniel
The borders of criminal responsibility: difficult cases for the law's default understanding of people
Baron, Emily T.
Understanding crime: a multilevel approach
Ward, Tony; Durrant, Russil; Sullivan, Jacqueline