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作者 Fontaine, Reid Griffith
書名 The Mind of the Criminal : The Role of Developmental Social Cognition in Criminal Defense Law
出版項 New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012
©2012
國際標準書號 9781139230377 (electronic bk.)
9780521513760
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說明 1 online resource (282 pages)
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附註 Cover -- THE MIND OF THE CRIMINAL -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- 1: A Meeting of Developmental Social Cognition and Criminal Jurisprudence and Law -- 2: Developmental Social Cognition and Antisocial Behavior: Theory and Science -- EARLY SOCIAL-COGNITIVE MODELS OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR -- Berkowitz's Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis -- Bandura's Social Learning Theory -- SOCIAL-INFORMATION PROCESSING -- Dodge's Social-Information Processing Model -- Step One: Encoding of Cues -- Step Two: Interpretation of Cues -- Step Three: Clarification of Goals -- Step Four: Response Access or Construction -- Step Five: Response Decision -- Social-Information Processing and Subtypes of Antisocial Behavior -- Huesmann's Social-Cognitive Information Processing -- Social-Information Processing: Contributions and Caveats -- MORAL DISENGAGEMENT -- APPRAISAL THEORY -- AUTOMATIC PROCESSING AND IMPLICIT SOCIAL COGNITION -- FURTHER CONSIDERATIONS -- 3: Substandard Rational Capacity and Criminal Responsibility -- EXCUSE -- DIMINISHED CAPACITY -- THE NATURE AND LEGAL FUNCTION OF RATIONALITY -- "SUBRATIONALITY": UNDERDEVELOPED RATIONALITY AND NONCULPABLE COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION -- SOCIAL-INFORMATION PROCESSING AS A SOCIAL-COGNITIVE FRAMEWORK OF SUBRATIONALITY -- 4: Underdeveloped Rationality and Wrongdoing in Youth -- INTRODUCTION -- CONSIDERING DEVELOPMENTAL IMMATURITY AS UNDERDEVELOPED RATIONALITY -- "Developmental Immaturity" Arguments -- Argument 1: Decision-Making Capacity -- Argument 2: Vulnerability to Coercive Influence -- Argument 3: Unformed Character -- SOCIAL-INFORMATION PROCESSING, ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR, AND JUVENILE JUSTICE -- Developmental Immaturity in Social-Information Processing Terms -- A Social-Cognitive (or Attributional) Perspective on Juvenile Offender Culpability
Toward a Progressive Construction of Juvenile Justice: Antisocial Subtypes, Social-Information Processing, and the Balancing of Retributive and Utilitarian Goals -- Culpability/Desert -- Rehabilitation -- Incarceration -- CONCLUSION -- 5: Moral Subrationality and the Propensity for Wrongdoing -- MORAL-COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT AND CRIMINAL RATIONALITY -- Moral Cognition in Individual Development -- Moral Cognition in Abnormal Development -- Mechanisms of Moral Disengagement -- MORAL-COGNITIVE DEFICITS, PSYCHOPATHY, AND ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER -- MORAL SUBRATIONALITY AND CRIMINAL LAW -- Moral versus Legal Insanity -- The "Morally Uncomprehending Criminal" -- 6: Provocation Interpretational Bias and Heat-of-Passion Homicide -- THE EXCUSING POTENTIAL OF HEAT OF PASSION/PROVOCATION -- DISTINGUISHING INSTRUMENTAL AND REACTIVE SUBTYPES OF VIOLENCE -- PROVOCATION INTERPRETATIONAL BIAS AND KILLING IN THE HEAT OF PASSION: THE SOCIAL-COGNITIVE ARGUMENT -- CONCLUSIONS -- 7: Reacting to Perceived Threats: Mistaken Self-Defense and Duress -- MISTAKEN SELF-DEFENSE (AND DEFENSE OF OTHERS) -- Mistaken Self-Defense (and Defense of Others) as Excuse -- Mistaken Self-Defense and Social-Cognitive Psychology of Threat Reactivity -- DURESS -- Is Duress a Justification or Excuse? -- Developmental Social Cognition and Duress: Decision-Making Capacity, Vulnerability to Coercive Influence, and Fear -- 8: Developmental Social Cognition, the Effects of Chronic Abuse and Trauma, and Reactive Homicide -- KILLINGS BY CHRONICALLY ABUSED INDIVIDUALS -- A Hybrid of Instrumental and Reactive Violent Subtypes -- A Note about Battered Woman Syndrome and Battered Woman Defense -- KILLINGS BY BATTERED PERSONS: SHOULD THE BOUNDARIES OF JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE BE EXPANDED? -- DEVELOPMENTAL SOCIAL COGNITION AND NONCONFRONTATIONAL KILLINGS BY ABUSED PERSONS AS EXCUSE
Considering the Effects of Abuse through a Developmental Lens -- TOWARD AN ABUSE/TRAUMA PERSON DEFENSE?: EXCUSE IN THE ABSENSCE OF JUSTIFICATION -- 9: Toward a More Psychologically Informed Approach to Social Rationality and Excusing Conditions in Criminal Law -- INTRODUCTION -- SOCIAL-COGNITIVE JURISPRUDENCE: BUILDING FROM WIENER'S SOCIAL-ANALYTIC TRADITION -- THE NEED FOR FURTHER INQUIRY IN ANTISOCIAL SUBTYPES AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF VIOLENT CRIME -- IN CONCLUSION -- Index
Discusses the excusing nature of traditional and non-traditional criminal law defenses and questions the structure of these based on scientific findings
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Fontaine, Reid Griffith The Mind of the Criminal : The Role of Developmental Social Cognition in Criminal Defense Law New York : Cambridge University Press,c2012 9780521513760
主題 Defense (Criminal procedure) -- United States.;Insanity (Law) -- United States.;Criminal psychology -- United States
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