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The 6th edition is the most concise and well written edition of The Psychology of Criminal Conduct

to date. The tone of the book―its enthusiasm and balance in the way issues are presented―is

welcome. Besides the topics contained in past editions, the authors†discussion of research

issues, social contexts, biology, punishment, and prediction and treatment integrity are excellent

contributions to this important text. – Paul E. Gendreau, Professor Emeritus, the University of

New Brunswick, Canada No other single book has so transformed the field of correctional

intervention. For more than 20 years this volume has been essential reading for everyone: from

students of criminal psychology to correctional professionals, including prison officers, probation

officers, case managers, and experienced psychologists. --Devon Polaschek, PhD DipClinPsyc,

Professor, Criminal Psychology, School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington, New

Zealand Now in its Sixth Edition, The Psychology of Criminal Conduct is the most important book

ever written in criminology. A scientific tour de force, it outlines the evidence-based RNR paradigm

for understanding why people break the law and how to affect their rehabilitation. This paradigm

has been used across and beyond North America to save countless offenders from a life in crime

and thus countless citizens from victimization. To be literate in criminology and in correctional

treatment, all scholars, students, and practitioners should read this book―and then, as I do, keep

it close by and consult it often. – Francis T. Cullen, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus,

University of Cincinnati, College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services, USA It is a

real pleasure to welcome a new and fully updated edition of the leading textbook on

psychologically informed approaches to understanding and reducing criminal behaviour. For over

twenty years its successive editions have explained the theory and evidence behind the Risk-

Need-Responsivity model of offender rehabilitation, which has influenced policy and practice in

many countries throughout the world and continues to be the most productive source of evidencebased

methods. Its influence and importance can hardly be overstated. This latest edition will be

an invaluable resource not only for students of criminology and criminal justice but also for

practitioners in probation and prisons, and for the managers and leaders of correctional services

who have a responsibility, both to the general public and to offenders themselves, to promote and

use the most effective practices. Perhaps even some politicians might take a look at this book –

they would certainly benefit. – Peter Raynor, Research Professor in Criminology and Criminal

Justice, Swansea University, Wales, UK This book should be essential reading for criminologists

and psychologists and anyone who is interested in the assessment, prevention, and treatment of

offending. It

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