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About the Editors ix List of Contributors xi Series Editors' Preface xv Preface xix Acknowledgements xxi Introduction 1 Theresa A. Gannon, Tony Ward, Anthony R. Beech and Dawn Fisher PART I SEXUAL ABUSERS 9 1 The Cognitive Distortions and Implicit Theories of Child Sexual Abusers 11 Joanne Thakker, Tony Ward and Shruti Navathe 2 The Implicit Theories of Rapists and Sexual Murderers 31 Dawn Fisher and Anthony R. Beech 3 Cognitive Distortions as Belief, Value and Action Judgments 53 Tony Ward, Kirsten Keown and Theresa A. Gannon 4 Child Sexual Abuse-Related Cognition: Current Research 71 Theresa A. Gannon and Jane Wood 5 Rape-Related Cognition: Current Research 91 Calvin M. Langton 6 Changing Child Sexual Abusers' Cognition 117 Christopher Dean, Ruth E. Mann, Rebecca Milner and Shadd Maruna 7 Cognitive Treatment "Just for Rapists": Recent Developments 135 Lynne Eccleston and Karen Owen PART II VIOLENT OFFENDERS 155 8 Theoretical Explanations of Aggression and Violence 157 Marc A. Sestir and Bruce Bartholow 9 Violence-Related Cognition: Current Research 179 Rachael M. Collie, James Vess and Sharlene Murdoch 10 Moral Cognition and Aggression 199 Emma J. Palmer 11 Treatments for Angry Aggression 215 Clive R. Hollin and Claire A. J. Bloxsom 12 Alcohol and Aggressive Cognition 231 Mary McMurran 13 The Cognition of Domestic Abusers: Explanations, Evidence and Treatment 247 Elizabeth Gilchrist Index 267
Theresa A. Gannon, DPhil, CPsychol, is Lecturer in Forensic Psychology at the University of Kent, United Kingdom, and also works in a practical setting, one day a week, at the Trevor Gibbens Unit Forensic Psychiatry Services, Kent, UK. Her research interests include the examination of cognition in child sexual abusers, rapists and violent offenders using experimental techniques. She is lead investigator on two funded projects investigating the cognition of offenders. One is investigating the existence of offence-supportive schema in women sexual abusers and the other is the development of a pictorial cognitive test for adolescent offenders. Theresa is also interested in public attitudes towards offending populations and models of offender rehabilitation. Tony Ward, PhD, DipClinPsyc, is Director of the Clinical Psychology Programme at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. His research interests include the offence process in offenders, cognitive distortions and models of rehabilitation. He has published over 200 research articles, chapters and books. These include Remaking Relapse Prevention, with D. R Laws and S. M. Hudson (Sage, 2000), Sourcebook of Treatment Programs for Sexual Offenders, with W. L. Marshall, Y. A. Fernandez, and S. M. Hudson (Plenum, 1998), and Theories of Sexual Offending, with D. L. L. Polaschek and A. R. Beech (WIley, 2005). Anthony R. Beech, PhD, CPsychol, is a professor of criminological psychology at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom, and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Over the last 10 years he has been involved in treatment evaluation and the development of systems to look at treatment need and treatment change in sex offenders. He has written widely on these topics and other related subjects. Dawn Fisher, PhD, is Head of Psychological Services at Llanarth Court Psychiatric Hospital, Raglan, Wales and is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham. Her current research interests are risk assessment, sexual offenders? perspectives on treatment, treatment of adult and adolescent sexual offenders and the use of equine assisted psychotherapy. She has published widely in the area of sexual offending.