Criminal Profiling & Forensic PsychologyNote: Please look through resources very carefully. This is a controversial issue so some sources may have bias.Check carefully for the expertise or background of the writer or contributor.For Forensic [Criminal] Psychology articles, click hereBooks [from LAPL] Psychology: A Very Short Introduction/ Canter, David V.The profiler : my life hunting serial killers and psychopaths / Pat Brown with Bob Andelman.The devil's dozen : how cutting-edge forensics took down 12 notorious serial killers / Katherine Ramsland.The measure of madness : inside the disturbed and disturbing criminal mind / Cheryl Paradis ; [foreword byKatherine Ramsland].Forensic psychology for dummies / by David Canter ; foreword by Ian Rankin.Psychology and law in a changing world : new trends in theory, research and practice / edited by Giovanni B.Traverso and Lara Bagnoli.The human predator a historical chronicle of serial murder and forensic investigation / Katherine Ramsland.The mad, the bad, and the innocent : the criminal mind on trial / Barbara R. Kirwin.The psychology of serial killer investigations : the grisly business unit / Robert D. Keppel, William J. Birnes.Criminal Profiling & Behavioral Science1. The FBI Academy Behavioral Science Unit2. Crime Mapping - Article about how crime mapping and analysis has been helping to reduce crime. Includes linksto related resources.3. Crime Prevention through Environmental Design - Wikipedia article on this multi-disciplinary approach todeterring criminal behavior through environmental design, its history, strategies and effectiveness.4. Crime and Social Control as Fields of Qualitative Research in the Social Sciences - Discusses the importance ofqualitative methods for criminological studies.5. Crime-pics II - Fully validated questionnaire used for measuring changes in offenders' attitudes to crime andevaluating the effectiveness of rehabilitative interventions, adopted by the prison and probation services in theUK.6. Criminal Profiling - Research, articles, news and information on profiling, victimology, forensics, and behavioralscience.7. Criminal Profiling - The Crime Library provides a number of articles on criminals, analyzing their ways and habitsto provide insight into their criminal tendencies.8. Criminal Psychology - The Crime Library provides a number of articles about crimes and their perpetrators.9. Environmental Criminology Research - Focuses on geographic profiling, which uses sophisticated computersoftware to determine the most likely area of offender residence in cases of serial murder, rape and arson.10. International Crime Victims Survey - Standardized surveys regarding household experience with crime, policing,and crime prevention. Methodology and key data is available.11. Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology - Furthers criminological research within member countries, andadvises the Scandinavian governments and the Nordic Council on related issues. Includes information about thecouncil, publications and links.12. The Redwood Highway - Provides an extensive list of web links dealing with crime, criminology, law and criminaljustice.Search engines include Open Directory, Wiki External Links, EBSCO, JSTOR and LAPL databasesPage 1

Criminal Profiling & Forensic Psychology13. United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Center (UNICRI) - Organization created to advance policyand practice in the prevention and control of juvenile delinquency and adult criminality. Includes a collection ofglobal criminology resources.14. Virtual Center for Epidemiological Criminology - Combines public health and criminal justice concerns. Issues suchas drug abuse, HIV/AIDS, human trafficking and global warming are examined from a critical scientific viewpoint.15. Crime and Punishment - Teaching resources from the UK's National Archives Learning Curve. Covers crime,prevention, and punishment in four eras: before 1450, 1450-1750, 1750-1900, and 20th century, using documentsfrom the Public Record Office.16. Swiss scientific research site on criminal profiling17. University of Liverpool Forensic Psychology - with articles18. History of Criminal Profiling - with links to other sites19. Offender Profiling: An Introduction to the Sociopsychological Analysis of Violent Crime - PDF available20. Dangerous Minds: Criminal profiling made easy, by Malcolm GladwellSerial of threatened egotism to violence and aggression: the dark side of high self-esteem.Wound culture: Trauma in the pathological public sphereFrom animal abuse to interhuman violence? A critical review of the progression thesisOf men and monsters: Jeffrey Dahmer and the construction of the serial killerSerial murder: A more accurate and inclusive definitionThe role of psychopathy and sexuality in a female serial killerGenesis of a Serial Killer: Fantasy's integral role in the creation of a monsterPersonality disorders, psychopathy, and serial killers Transtornos de personalidade, psicopatia e serial killersThe predator's brain: Neuropsychodynamics of serial killersSerial homicideCriminal Profiling Real Science or Just Wishful Thinking?The influence of brain abnormalities on psychosocial development, criminal history and paraphilias in sexualmurderersAn ecological perspective on the effects of violence on childrenMultiple Homicide Offenders Offense Characteristics, Social Correlates, and Criminal CareersSerial sexual murderers and prostitutes as their victims: Difficulty profiling perpetrators and victim vulnerability asillustrated by the Green River caseHomicidal sex offenders: psychological, phallometric, and diagnostic featuresMass, serial and sensational homicides.The case of Jeffrey Dahmer: Sexual serial homicide from a neuropsychiatric developmental perspectiveEtiology of the psychopathic serial killer: An analysis of antisocial personality disorder, psychopathy, and serialkiller personality and crime scene characteristicsThe childhood origins of terrorismDONNELLY, ASHLEY M. "The New American Hero: Dexter, Serial Killer For The Masses." Journal Of Popular Culture45.1 (2012): 15-26. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 71885534&site ehost-liveCotliar, Sharon. "My Dad Was A Serial Killer." People 72.15 (2009): 112-116. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 44435931&site ehost-liveSearch engines include Open Directory, Wiki External Links, EBSCO, JSTOR and LAPL databasesPage 2

Criminal Profiling & Forensic Psychology23. Brownlee, Shannon. "The Biology Of Soul Murder." U.S. News & World Report 121.19 (1996): 71. Academic SearchPremier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 9611048024&site ehost-live24. Jeyarajah Dent, Renuka, and Sharon Jowitt. "Homicide And Serious Sexual Offences Committed By Children AndYoung People: Findings From The Literature And A Serious Case Review." Journal Of Sexual Aggression 9.2 (2003):85-96. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 11622149&site ehost-live25. Laajasalo, Taina, and Helinä Häkkänen. "Background Characteristics Of Mentally Ill Homicide Offenders - AComparison Of Five Diagnostic Groups." Journal Of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 15.3 (2004): 451-474.Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 14574164&site ehost-live26. Jones, Gareth A. "Children And Development II: 'Youth', Violence And Juvenile Justice." Progress In DevelopmentStudies 8.4 (2008): 345-348. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 35792817&site ehost-live27. Arinde, Nayaba. "Gangland, New York City, Part 2." New York Amsterdam News 16 Feb. 2006: 3 . AcademicSearch Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 20273203&site ehost-live28. Marie A. Cahillane, et al. "Cluster Analysis Examination Of Serial Killer Profiling Categories: A Bottom-UpApproach." Journal Of Investigative Psychology & Offender Profiling 9.1 (2012): 30-51. Academic Search Premier.Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 70603053&site ehost-live29. Christopher Missen, et al. "Predicting Serial Killers' Home Base Using A Decision Support System." Journal OfQuantitative Criminology 16.4 (2000): 457. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 11303502&site ehost-live30. Pakhomou, Serge-Moses. "Serial Killers: Offender's Relationship To The Victim And Selected Demographics." International Journal Of Police Science & Management 6.4 (2004): 219-233. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 15073042&site ehost-live31. Canter, David. "Offender Profiling And Investigative Psychology." Journal Of Investigative Psychology & OffenderProfiling 1.1 (2004): 1-15. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 12591442&site ehost-live32. MATT J. GRAY, et al. "Self-Reported Psychopathology In A Convicted Serial Killer." Journal Of InvestigativePsychology & Offender Profiling 8.1 (2011): 1-21. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 58612569&site ehost-live33. Seltzer, Mark. "Serial Killers (II): The Pathological Public Sphere." Critical Inquiry 22.1 (1995): 122. AcademicSearch Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 9512052007&site ehost-live34. LaGesse, David. "Tracking A Killer To His Lair." U.S. News & World Report 133.15 (2002): 25. Academic SearchPremier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 7545718&site ehost-live 35. Rosen, Marjorie. "Getting Inside The Mind Of A Serial Killer." Biography 1.10 (1997): 62. Academic Search Premier.Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 9710052625&site ehost-live36. Snook, Brent, David Canter, and Craig Bennell. "Predicting The Home Location Of Serial Offenders: A PreliminaryComparison Of The Accuracy Of Human Judges With A Geographic Profiling System." Behavioral Sciences & TheLaw 20.1/2 (2002): 109-118. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 11818845&site ehost-liveSearch engines include Open Directory, Wiki External Links, EBSCO, JSTOR and LAPL databasesPage 3

Criminal Profiling & Forensic Psychology37. Wilson, Jennifer. "Mapping Murder." Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing) 74.11 (2002): 14. AcademicSearch Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 7716813&site ehost-live38. Stephan Harbort, et al. "Serial Murderers' Spatial Decisions: Factors That Influence Crime Location Choice."Journal Of Investigative Psychology & Offender Profiling 2.3 (2005): 147-164. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 18486722&site ehost-live39. Hodgskiss, Brin. "Lessons From Serial Murder In South Africa." Journal Of Investigative Psychology & OffenderProfiling 1.1 (2004): 67-94. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 12591476&site ehost-live40. Gratrix, Everett. "When Men Become Monsters." Alberta Report / Newsmagazine 20.16 (1993): 27. AcademicSearch Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 9304260407&site ehost-live41. Meaney, Rebecca. "Commuters And Marauders: An Examination Of The Spatial Behaviour Of Serial Criminals."Journal Of Investigative Psychology & Offender Profiling 1.2 (2004): 121-137. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 13877129&site ehost-live42. "'Errors In Our Thinking'." Maclean's 116.31 (2003): 38. Academic Search Premier. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. true&db aph&AN 10455889&site ehost-liveJSTOR & EBSCO ARTICLES for Forensic PsychologyHow to open articles, click on the links listed below. Login using the username and password for JSTOR/EBSCO. Clickon the title of the article and then you can choose to print, save or read as needed.JSTOR1. Is Forensic Psychology, Anyway?EXPERT ASSISTANCEPsychologists and Psychiatrists as Expert Witness: ResponseThe Empirical Limits of Forensic Mental Health AssessmentProphets in Another Land: Utilizing Psychological Expertise from Foreign JurisdictionsSpecialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychologists7. Tasks of Criminal PsychologyMurder and the Case Study MethodPioneers in Criminology. XIII. Hans Gross (1847-1915)Curing crimeThe Psychopathology Of Everyday LifeA Brief Criminal Attitude ScaleAnti-Social Behavior(s)1. "Into the Abyss." Article on street crime referencing the roots and consequences of sociopathic behavior2. DSM-IV-TR Criteria for Antisocial personality disorderSearch engines include Open Directory, Wiki External Links, EBSCO, JSTOR and LAPL databasesPage 4

Criminal Profiling & Forensic Psychology3. Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality Disorder: A Case of Diagnostic Confusion4. Recent Studies Implicate Slow Monoamine Oxidase Enzyme/High Circulating T3 in AntisocialBehavior/Aggression/Violence 20075. Antisocial Personality Disorder - Explains the distinguishing features of the sociopath and psychopath.Includes the DSM-IV Diagnostic Criteria for serial bullying or APD.6. Conduct Disorder versus Oppositional Defiant Disorder - Explanation for parents of the similarities anddifferences of two adolescent behavior disorders.7. Disruptive Behavior Disorders - Information about conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, andantisocial behavior in children and teens.8. eMedicine: Oppositional Defiant Disorder : - Article by W Douglas Tynan, PhD provides description,prevalence and comorbidity, clinical progression, and treatment information.9. Open-Site: Antisocial Personality Disorder - The distinction between the disorder and psychopathy,characteristics and traits, and cultural and social considerations.10. Oppositional Defiant Disorder - guide discusses the condition and provides links to relatedresources.11. Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) - Offer information about symptoms, causes, treatment, andprognosis. Includes risk factors, coping skills, and screening and diagnosis.12. Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder in Children and Adults - Discusses definitions, causes,diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.13. Psychopaths Among Us - Author discusses the work of Dr Robert Hare, professor of psychology at theUniversity of British Columbia.14. The Behavior Home Page - Annotated resources related to dealing with people, especially children, whoexhibit challenging behavior.15. The Broad Continuum of Conduct and Behavioral Problems - Discussion of pediatric behavioral problemsand disorders, with attention to developmental variations. [PDF]16. The Psychology of Compassion - Proposes research into the libido mechanics of the psychopathicpersonality, based upon the works of Freud, Adler and Jung. Jimmy Powdrell Campbell, 1996, 2012.17. The Socially Adept Psychopath - Socially adept psychopaths, lying, antisocial behaviour patterns and theeffects on society.Sociopath and Psychopath Studies 2000-20141. and ConfabulationThe Mind of the Terrorist: A Review and Critique of Psychological ApproachesThe Predator's GazeThe Frontal Cortex and the Criminal Justice SystemIt Takes Two: The Interpersonal Nature of Empathic AccuracyHow Psychopaths Threaten Moral Rationalism: Is it Irrational to Be Amoral?Towards an Explanatory Taxonomy of Adolescent Delinquents: Identifying Several Social-Psychological ProfilesEvolutionary causes and consequences of consistent individual variation in cooperative behaviourRooting for the Bad Guy: Psychological PerspectivesReaching for Virtue, Stumbling on Sin: Concepts of Good and Evil in a Postmodern EraUnderstanding Desistance from CrimeDeconstructing the Psychopath: A Critical Discursive Analysis The Darker and Brighter Sides of Human Existence:Basic Psychological Needs as a Unifying ConceptSearch engines include Open Directory, Wiki External Links, EBSCO, JSTOR and LAPL databasesPage 5

Criminal Profiling & Forensic Psychology13. Behavioral Genetics Research and Criminal DNA DatabasesPsychopaths1.The Construct of Psychopathy2."I'm Sorry I Did It. but He Started It": A Comparison of The Official and Self-Reported HomicideDescriptions of Psychopaths and Non-PsychopathsLeft-Hemisphere Activation and Deficient Response Modulation in PsychopathsPsychopaths May Come in Two VarietiesThe Responsibility of PsychopathsThe PsychopathCompulsory Admission Of Dangerous Psychopaths: Psychiatrists Are Damned If They Do And Damned IfThey Don'tViolent Recidivism in Criminal PsychopathsThe Treatment Of PsychopathsThe Sexual PsychopathOn Psychopaths and CulpabilityEmotional Intelligence: Painting Different Paths for Low-Anxious and High-Anxious Psychopathic VariantsThe Construct of PsychopathyPsychopathsDeconstructing the Psychopath: A Critical Discursive AnalysisPersonality Disorders: Personality Disorders EBSCO3. Commons, Michael Lamport, and Patrice Marie Miller. "Folk Psychology And Criminal Law: Why We Need ToReplace Folk Psychology With Behavioral Science." Journal Of Psychiatry & Law 39.3 (2011): ect true&db aph&AN 78310371&site ehost-live2. Goodwill, Alasdair M., Laurence J. Alison, and Anthony R. Beech. "What Works In Offender Profiling? AComparison Of Typological, Thematic, And Multivariate Models." Behavioral Sciences & The Law 27.4 (2009):507-529. true&db aph&AN 43296623&site ehost-live3. Taylor, Sandie, et al. "Cluster Analysis Examination Of Serial Killer Profiling Categories: A Bottom-Up Approach."Journal Of Investigative Psychology & Offender Profiling 9.1 (2012): t true&db aph&AN 70603053&site ehost-live4. Park, Jisun, et al. "Serial And Single-Victim Rapists: Differences In Crime-Scene Violence, InterpersonalInvolvement, And Criminal Sophistication." Behavioral Sciences & The Law 26.2 (2008): ect true&db aph&AN 31376282&site ehost-live5. Canter, David, and Donna Youngs. "Narratives Of Criminal Action And Forensic Psychology." Legal &Criminological Psychology 17.2 (2012): ect true&db aph&AN 78028854&site ehost-live6. Leschied, Alan, et al. "Childhood Predictors Of Adult Criminality: A Meta-Analysis Drawn From The ProspectiveLongitudinal Literature." Canadian Journal Of Criminology & Criminal Justice 50.4 (2008): ect true&db aph&AN 35531806&site ehost-live7. Harbers, Ellen, et al. "Testing The Behavioural And Environmental Consistency Of Serial Sex Offenders: A SignatureApproach." Journal Of Investigative Psychology & Offender Profiling 9.3 (2012): ect true&db aph&AN 82301015&site ehost-liveSearch engines include Open Directory, Wiki External Links, EBSCO, JSTOR and LAPL databasesPage 6

Criminal Profiling & Forensic Psychology8. Ragatz, Laurie L., et al. "Criminal Thinking Patterns, Aggression Styles, And The Psychopathic Traits Of Late HighSchool Bullies And Bully-Victims." Aggressive Behavior 37.2 (2011): ect true&db aph&AN 57581615&site ehost-live9. Ramsland, Katherine. "The Facts About Fiction: What Grissom Could Learn About Forensic Psychology." Journal OfPsychiatry & Law 37.1 (2009): t true&db aph&AN 44863118&site ehost-live10. Mullen, Kacy L., and John F. Edens. "A Case Law Survey Of The Personality Assessment Inventory: Examining ItsRole In Civil And Criminal Trials." Journal Of Personality Assessment 90.3 (2008): ect true&db aph&AN 31687818&site ehost-live11. Mullen, Paul E. "The Psychiatric Expert Witness In The Criminal Justice System." Criminal Behaviour & MentalHealth 20.3 (2010): ect true&db aph&AN 51394277&site ehost-live12. HUBER, HERMAN, and VALERIE SCOTT. "Articles From The College Of St. Elizabeth Forensic PsychologySymposium." Journal Of Psychiatry & Law 37.1 (2009): 5-6. true&db aph&AN 44863116&site ehost-live13. SCHLESINGER, LOUIS B. "Psychological Profiling: Investigative Implications From Crime Scene Analysis." Journal OfPsychiatry & Law 37.1 (2009): t true&db aph&AN 44863120&site ehost-live14. YOUNGS, DONNA. "Introduction To A Special Issue Of The Journal Of Investigative Psychology And OffenderProfiling." Journal Of Investigative Psychology & Offender Profiling 6.1 (2009): 1-9. true&db aph&AN 42542275&site ehost-live15. CICCONE, J. RICHARD, and JOSHUA C. W. JONES. "The Teaching Roles Of The Forensic Psychiatrist." Journal OfPsychiatry & Law 40.2 (2012): ect true&db aph&AN 84534912&site ehost-live16. Dattilio, Frank M., et al. "Should Forensic Psychiatrists Conduct Psychological Testing?." Journal Of Psychiatry &Law 39.3 (2011): ect true&db aph&AN 78310370&site ehost-live17. Muller, Jürgen L. "Psychopathy—An Approach To Neuroscientific Research In Forensic Psychiatry." BehavioralSciences & The Law 28.2 (2010): ect true&db aph&AN 49733032&site ehost-live18. Dogra, T. D., et al. "A Psychological Profile Of A Serial Killer: A Case Report." Omega: Journal Of Death & Dying65.4 (2012): ect true&db aph&AN 79681400&site ehost-live19. SOROCHINSK, MARINA, and C. GABRIELLE SALFATI. "The Consistency Of Inconsistency In Serial Homicide: PatternsOf Behavioural Change Across Series." Journal Of Investigative Psychology & Offender Profiling 7.2 (2010):109-136. true&db aph&AN 50715190&site ehost-live20. TROJAN, CARRIE, and C. GABRIELLE SALFATI. "Methodological Considerations Of Determining Dominance InMultidimensional Analyses Of Crime Scene Behaviours And Offender Characteristics." Journal Of InvestigativePsychology & Offender Profiling 5.3 (2008): ect true&db aph&AN 37580666&site ehost-liveCareers and Associations in Forensic Psychology1.2.3.American Board of Forensic Psychology Board certification and other information.All About Forensic Psychology Comprehensive Guide To Forensic Psychology.American Psychology - Law SocietySearch engines include Open Directory, Wiki External Links, EBSCO, JSTOR and LAPL databasesPage 7

Criminal Profiling & Forensic Association of Psychology and LawEuropean Association of Psychology and Law Student Society Resources and Fact sheets on Forensic PsychologyUK Forensic Psychology Advice about Forensic Psychology from the British Psychological Society .Landmark Cases in Forensic LawList of Forensic Landmark Cases ChronologicallyOpen Access Journal of Forensic PsychologyQuality of Practice in Forensic PsychologyClinical Forensic Psychology career information, by Dr. Patricia ZapfForensic Psychology Salary Salary, Jobs, Degree and career informationCriminal Psychology - Annotated text, with references by Hans Gross.Eyewitness Identification Lab - Information for students, researchers, and lawyers on the science of eyewitnessidentification, including information about composing fair lineups.How to Detect Lies - Techniques to telling if someone is lying.Investigative Psychology - What IP is and where to obtain a degree in the USA.Journal of Credibility Assessment and Witness Psychology - Sometime free-access electronic journal. Articles onlie detection, suggestibility of child witnesses, and false confessions.National Institute For Truth Verification - The manufacturer of the 'Computer Voice Stress Analyzer', which is soldonly to law enforcement agencies.Police Psychology Online - Psychological information specific to police, probation and corrections officers as wellas those in federal law enforcement and fire services.PsycLaw: A Product of APA - Provides the latest news in psychology and law as well as links to AmericanPsychological Association Amicus Briefs.Psychiatry and the Law - Forensic psychiatry resources.Swiss Society of Psychology and Law - Forensic psychology activities and training in Switzerland.The Criminal Mind - A collection of articles about forensic psychology, criminal motivations and criminal profiling.The University of Alabama Law & Psychology Review Home Page - The Law and Psychology Review is a periodicalwhich combines the disciplines of law and psychology.forensic-psych - An online discussion group for forensic psychology.Search engines include Open Directory, Wiki External Links, EBSCO, JSTOR and LAPL databasesPage 8

6. Criminal Profiling - Research, articles, news and information on profiling, victimology, forensics, and behavioral science. 7. Criminal Profiling - The Crime Library provides a number of