This chapter seeks to provide the reader with examples of criminal behaviors and their contexts; it includes some biographical information of those engaged in various criminal acts listed in this chapter to encourage the reader to examine critical aspects of the perpetrators’ lives that may be relevant for the adjudication of their crimes and possible treatment interventions. This is particularly relevant also when examining issues of recidivism and risk management in these individuals.
- Trauma and serial killers
- Criminal behavior
- Criminal behaviors in females
- Forensic psychology
- Clinical psychology
- Mind of the killers
- Life trajectory of criminals
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Javier, R.A., Owen, E.A., Maddux, J.A. (2020). Trauma and Its Trajectory in Criminal Behaviors: Case Study Exercise Assignments. In: Javier, R., Owen, E., Maddux, J. (eds) Assessing Trauma in Forensic Contexts. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-33106-1_21
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