By Mary McMurran, James McGuire
The facts for social challenge fixing deficits being suitable to the knowledge and therapy of offending behaviour has been gathering because the Nineteen Eighties. Reasoning and Rehabilitation (R&R), the 1st established cognitive-behavioural remedy programme used commonly with prisoners, integrated social challenge fixing as a key part and is now in use around the world. extra lately, interventions that attention in particular on social challenge fixing have lately been built. prepared in 3 elements (evidence, evaluate and evolution and exploration), this e-book attracts jointly aetiological and healing study proof and perform during the last two decades in social problem-solving with offenders.
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Extra info for Social Problem Solving and Offending: Evidence, Evaluation and Evolution
Lochman and Lampron (1986) found that aggressive boys generated fewer assertive solutions to conflicts than non-aggressive controls. Lochman and Dodge (1994) discovered differences between aggressive and non-aggressive boys on several social-cognitive processing tasks, with the more violent boys being marked by a larger number of such deficits. Among adolescents, Jaffee and D’Zurilla (2003) showed that several dimensions of social problem-solving were associated with aggression, juvenile delinquency, and other risk-taking behaviours.
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