Write a summary for each of the journal articles found.

In this week, you will complete an annotated bibliography for a position paper that will be due in Week 5.

Choosing what area of psychology and law you want to study begins with examining the following areas related to the course competencies.Choose 3 areas from the list below.One thing to remember this is a course on psychology and law so the research should be related to that.

(2)The major theories associated with psychology and law.
(2)The role of psychology in the legal system from a historical perspective.
(2) Multifaceted nature of psychology in law and recognize evolving trends.
Using the South University Online Library database (ProQuest or EBSCOHOST) only, find 2 journal articles related to each of the three areas chosen. The types of articles that you will need to find are research articles located in scholarly journals. Scholarly journal articles are also referred as primary source peer reviewed articles. What cannot be used for this assignment are web pages, magazines, newspapers, text books, and other books.Finally, current research for our purposes is an article that was published within the last 5 years.

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RECORD: 1 THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGY IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM FROM A HISTORIC PERSPECTIVE
Title:

Legal insanity and risk: An international perspective on the justification of indeterminate preventive commitment.

Authors:

Bijlsma J; Utrecht University, Willem Pompe Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology, Newtonlaan 231, 3584 BH, Utrecht, the Netherlands. Electronic address: j.bijlsma@uu.nl.
Kooijmans T; Tilburg University, Tilburg Law School, Department of Criminal Law, PO Box 90153, 5000 LE, Tilburg, the Netherlands. Electronic address: t.kooijmans@uvt.nl.
de Jong F; Utrecht University, Willem Pompe Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology, Newtonlaan 231, 3584 BH, Utrecht, the Netherlands. Electronic address: f.dejong1@uu.nl.
Meynen G; Utrecht University, Willem Pompe Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology, Newtonlaan 231, 3584 BH, Utrecht, the Netherlands. Electronic address: g.meynen@uu.nl.

Source:

International journal of law and psychiatry [Int J Law Psychiatry] 2019 Sep – Oct; Vol. 66, pp. 101462. Date of Electronic Publication: 2019 Jul 01.

Publication Type:

Journal Article

Language:

English

Journal Info:

Publisher: Elsevier Country of Publication: Netherlands NLM ID: 7806862 Publication Model: Print-Electronic Cited Medium: Internet ISSN: 1873-6386 (Electronic) Linking ISSN: 01602527 NLM ISO Abbreviation: Int J Law Psychiatry Subsets: MEDLINE

Imprint Name(s):

Publication: Amsterdam : Elsevier
Original Publication: Elmsford, N. Y., Pergamon Press

MeSH Terms:

Commitment of Mentally Ill*/legislation & jurisprudence
Insanity Defense*
Crime/*prevention & control
Crime/legislation & jurisprudence ; Criminals/legislation & jurisprudence ; Criminals/psychology ; Dangerous Behavior ; Humans ; Internationality ; Risk Assessment

Abstract:

Modern legal systems typically link the insanity or diminished responsibility of an offender for a crime committed in the past to his future dangerousness. This nexus serves across legal systems as a justification for the indeterminate commitment of the offender with diminished or no criminal responsibility. Conceptually, however, insanity and risk are not related legal issues. Moreover, empirical research suggests that there is only a weak link between insanity, diminished responsibility and mental illness on the one hand and risk of recidivism on the other. Other risk factors seem to be more important. The inference of risk from insanity or diminished responsibility that lies at the heart of the indeterminate commitment of mentally disordered offenders is therefore problematic. This should lead to a reconsideration of the preconditions for indeterminate commitment of mentally disordered defendants.
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Keywords: Insanity*; Preventive commitment*; Risk*

Entry Date(s):

Date Created: 20191111 Date Completed: 20200513 Latest Revision: 20200513

Update Code:

20200527

DOI:

10.1016/j.ijlp.2019.101462

PMID:

31706396

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RECORD: 1 ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGY IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM A HISTORIC PERSPECTIVE
Title:

Policing the social body: Medicine and the administration of legal gender recognition in France and Italy, an historical perspective.

Authors:

Fiorilli O; Centre de recherche Médecine, Sciences, Santé, Santé Mentale, Société (Cermes3), 7 rue Guy Moquet-BP-8, 94801, Villejuif Cedex, France. Electronic address: rogerfiorilli@gmail.com.

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Studies in history and philosophy of biological and biomedical sciences [Stud Hist Philos Biol Biomed Sci] 2019 Dec; Vol. 78, pp. 101182. Date of Electronic Publication: 2019 Jul 11.

Publication Type:

Historical Article; Journal Article

Language:

English

Journal Info:

Publisher: Elsevier Country of Publication: England NLM ID: 9810965 Publication Model: Print-Electronic Cited Medium: Internet ISSN: 1879-2499 (Electronic) Linking ISSN: 13698486 NLM ISO Abbreviation: Stud Hist Philos Biol Biomed Sci Subsets: MEDLINE

Imprint Name(s):

Publication: <2005->: Amsterdam : Elsevier
Original Publication: Oxford [England] : Pergamon, c1998-

MeSH Terms:

Gender Identity*
Legislation, Medical/*history
Sex Reassignment Procedures/*history
France ; History, 20th Century ; Humans ; Italy

Abstract:

This paper explores the role of medicine in the regulation of legal gender recognition for trans and gender diverse people in France and Italy. I focus on the processes that led the two countries to establish for the first time a procedure for legal gender change in the 1980s/1990s. Despite the differences, both in France and in Italy medical knowledge and technologies were embedded in the procedures for legal gender change and health professionals took a role as gatekeepers to gender recognition. The medicalization of legal gender recognition, I argue, was part of the deploying of a bio-political apparatus that aimed at regulating and controlling “gender transitions” through regulation and normalization rather then through repression.
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Keywords: Gender studies; Legal gender recognition; Medicalization; Trans medicine; Trans studies

Entry Date(s):

Date Created: 20190716 Date Completed: 20200130 Latest Revision: 20200130

Update Code:

20200527

DOI:

10.1016/j.shpsc.2019.101182

PMID:

31303529

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RECORD: 1 MAJOR THEORIES OF PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW
Title:

Characterization of Legal Psychology through psychology journals included in Criminology & Penology and Law categories of Web of Science.

Alternate Title:

Caracterización de la Psicología Jurídica a través de las revistas de psicología incluidas en las categorías Criminology & Penology y Law de la Web of Science. (Spanish)

Authors:

González-Sala, Francisco
Osca-Lluch, Julia
Tortosa Gil, Francisco
Ortega, María Peñaranda

Source:

Anales de Psicología; may2017, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p411-416, 6p

Publication Year:

2017

Subject Terms:

LEGAL psychology
AUTHORS
META-analysis
SEXUAL assault
ABUSE of women
SEX crimes

Author-Supplied Keywords:

Bibliometry
Gender
Legal Psychology
Research topics
Web of Science
Bibliometría
Género
Psicología Jurídica
Temas de investigación
EnglishSpanishLanguage of Keywords: English; Spanish

NAICS/Industry Codes:

NAICS/Industry Codes 711510 Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers
711513 Independent writers and authors

Abstract (English):

The objective of this work is to learn about the most relevant aspects that characterize contemporary Legal Psychology throughout the study of journals included in the WoS between die years 2009 and 2014 related with the area of Psychology. The number of selected publications is 16, mainly from the USA and Great Britain. The results show an increase in the number of works and authors, a greater collaboration and a growth in medium productors. It exists a major presence of men in editorial boards and as authors, outstanding the figures of T. Ward in 2009 and A. Vrij in 2014. According to the analysis of key words the most relevant themes during these years have been Crime, Conduct, Woman and Meta-analysis, being sexual violence towards children and women and gender violence the criminal typology most studied. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

Abstract (Spanish):

El objetivo del presente trabajo es conocer los aspectos más relevantes que caracterizan a la Psicología Jurídica contemporánea a través del estudio de las revistas de la WoS en los años 2009 y 2014 relacionadas con esta área de la Psicología. El número de publicaciones seleccionadas es de 16, principalmente de USA e Inglaterra. Los resultados apuntan a un aumento en el número de trabajos y de autores, una mayor colaboración y un crecimiento de los medianos productores. Existe una mayor presencia de hombres en los comités editoriales y como autores, destacando las figuras de T. Ward en 2009 y de A. Vrij en 2014. Según el análisis de las palabras clave los temas más relevantes en estos años son Crimen, Conducta, Mujer y Metaanálisis, siendo la tipología delictiva más estudiada la violencia sexual hacia niños y mujeres y la violencia de género. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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ISSN:

02129728

Accession Number:

123833191

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RECORD: 1 THEORIES ASSOCIATED WITH PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW
Title:

Characterising the Personality of the Public Safety Offender and Non-offender using Decision Trees: The Case of Colombia.

Authors:

Masías, Víctor Hugo1 vmasias@fen.uchile.cl
Valle, Mauricio A.2
Amar, José J.3
Cervantes, Marco3
Brunal, Gustavo4
Crespo, Fernando A.5

Source:

Journal of Investigative Psychology & Offender Profiling. Oct2016, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p198-219. 22p.

Document Type:

Article

Subject Terms:

CRIMES against public safety
CRIMINAL psychology
DECISION trees
PERSONALITY studies

Geographic Terms:

COLOMBIA

Author-Supplied Keywords:

Colombia
decision rules
decision trees
personality
psychological profile
public safety offender

Abstract:

The aim of this paper was to create a decision tree (DT) to identify personality profiles of offenders against public safety. A technique meeting this requirement was proposed that uses the C4.5 algorithm to derive decision rules for personality profiling of public safety offenders. The Mini-Mult test was used to measure the personality profiles of 238 individuals. With the test results as our database, a C4.5 DT was applied to construct rules that classify each profile into one of two groups, those without and those with records of offences against public safety. The model correctly classified 80% of the personality profiles and delivered a set of decision rules for distinguishing the profiles by group, and the principal personality profiles were interpreted. We conclude that DTs are a promising technique for analysing personality profiles by their offender or non-offender status. Finally, we believe that the development of a classifying model using DT may have practical applications in the Colombian prison system. Copyright © 2016 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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Author Affiliations:

1Department of Management Control and Information Systems, Universidad de Chile, Santiago Chile
2Facultad de Economía y Negocios, Universidad Finis Terrae, Santiago Chile
3Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla Colombia
4Fundación Universitaria Luis Amigó, Centro Regional Montería, Montería Colombia
5CEDYTEC, Dirección de Investigación, Facultad de Ingeniería y Administración, Universidad Bernardo OHiggins, Santiago Chile

ISSN:

1544-4759

DOI:

10.1002/jip.1451

Accession Number:

118485157

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RECORD: 1 MULTIFACETED NATURE OF PSYCHOLOGY
Title:

Psychopathy – An Evolving and Controversial Construct.

Authors:

Scott, Russ1 (AUTHOR) russ.scott@health.qld.gov.au

Source:

Psychiatry, Psychology & Law. Oct2014, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p687-715. 29p.

Document Type:

Article

Subject Terms:

*PSYCHOPATHY
*PATHOLOGICAL psychology
*PSYCHOPATHS
*MENTALLY ill

Author-Supplied Keywords:

Harvey Cleckley
PCL-R
Psychopathy

People:

CLECKLEY, Harvey

Abstract:

Since the mid-nineteenth century, psychiatrists and psychologists have struggled to conceptualise a group of behaviourally disturbed subjects who repeatedly engage in exploitative and violent acts. In 1941, Cleckley first operationalised the construct of psychopathy in The Mask of Sanity. In 1980, Hare produced a checklist for a more formalised, categorical definition of psychopathy. The subsequent 20 item Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R) purports to identify a select population of callous and remorseless individuals who appear to have a specific defect of emotional processing and be generally insensitive to the negative consequences of their risky or criminal behaviour. Operationalising the construct of psychopathy continues to evolve. Whilst the utility of the construct of psychopathy to generally predict violence and recidivism has important public policy implications in the management of serious offenders, compelling sociological and ethical issues arise particularly when courts propose to apply idiographic and prescriptive outcomes on the basis of nomothetic expert opinion on future behaviour based on measures of a construct of psychopathy. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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Author Affiliations:

1Forensic Psychiatrist, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

ISSN:

1321-8719

DOI:

10.1080/13218719.2014.911056

Accession Number:

98920943

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RECORD: 1 MULTIFACETED NATURE OF PSYCHOLOGY
Title:

Recognizing cited facts and principles in legal judgements.

Authors:

Shulayeva, Olga
Siddharthan, Advaith
Wyner, Adam

Source:

Artificial Intelligence & Law; Mar2017, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p107-126, 20p

Publication Year:

2017

Subject Terms:

COMMON law
JURISDICTION
LEGAL professions
ANNOTATIONS & citations (Law)
JUDGMENT (Psychology)

Author-Supplied Keywords:

Citations
Legal judgements
Natural language processing

Abstract:

In common law jurisdictions, legal professionals cite facts and legal principles from precedent cases to support their arguments before the court for their intended outcome in a current case. This practice stems from the doctrine of stare decisis, where cases that have similar facts should receive similar decisions with respect to the principles. It is essential for legal professionals to identify such facts and principles in precedent cases, though this is a highly time intensive task. In this paper, we present studies that demonstrate that human annotators can achieve reasonable agreement on which sentences in legal judgements contain cited facts and principles (respectively, $$\kappa =0.65$$ and $$\kappa =0.95$$ for inter- and intra-annotator agreement). We further demonstrate that it is feasible to automatically annotate sentences containing such legal facts and principles in a supervised machine learning framework based on linguistic features, reporting per category precision and recall figures of between 0.79 and 0.89 for classifying sentences in legal judgements as cited facts, principles or neither using a Bayesian classifier, with an overall $$\kappa$$ of 0.72 with the human-annotated gold standard. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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ISSN:

09248463

Accession Number:

122018833

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