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Printer`s Final Program June 5 2007 - IALMH

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    THMONDAY JUNE 25, 2007

    9:00 - 11:00 AM

THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND COURTS

The Impact of Problem-Solving Courts on the Community Developing a Methodology

    of Evaluation

    Nathalie Des Rosiers, University of Ottawa

Entrenching a Therapeutic Approach to Criminal Justice - Where Do We Go From Here?

    Sharon L. Van de Veen, Provincial Court of Alberta, Calgary, Canada

Developing Therapeutic Courts: The Role of the Judge

    Michael Jones, Superior Court of Arizona, Maricopa County, USA

    Therapeutic Models for Treating Dually Diagnosed Women in the Child Dependency Court

    Jeri Beth Cohen, Circuit Court, Dependency Division, Miami, USA

    Therapeutic Jurisprudence in a Misdemeanor Drug Treatment Court Gisele Pollack, Broward County Court Judge, Fort Lauterdale, USA

FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY, DEVELOPMENT AND LIFE CYCLES

    The Dynamics of Shame and Guilt in the Diagnostic Process Frans Schalkwijk, Tilburg University

Juvenile Sex Offenders and their Criminal Careers

    Ruud Bullens, Free University of Berlin

Behavioural Manifestations of the Antisocial Personality Disorder among Elderly: A

    Qualitative Research

    Karel T.I.Oei, Tilburg University

Child Murder in Forensic Psychiatry

    Ton A.J. Verheugt, Tilburg University

    The Potential Forensic Role of the Fetal Anticonvulsant Syndrome Irma S. Hernandez-Dwarakasing, Vincent van Gogh Institute for Psychiatry Jos Egger, Radboud University

PORTS PSYCHOLOGY AND THE LAW S

Due Process and Doping Control

    Paul H. Haagen, Duke University School of Law

Pain and Injury in Sport

    John Heil, Psychological Health, Roanoke, USA

    Doping Control in Sports: A Legal and Psychiatric Perspective David Baron, Temple University School of Medicine

    Professional Athletes - Individual and Group Factors in Stress and Doping Zhu Li Jing, University of Vienna

HAPPINESS: THE ROLE OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN PROMOTING SUBJECTIVE

    WELL-BEING

    Happiness: The Role of Public Institutions in Promoting Subjective Well-being Grant Duncan, Massey University

    New Utilitarianism: Towards an Evidence-based Advancement of Human Happiness Ruut Veenhoven, Erasmus University

    Jan Ott, Erasmus University

    Formal Institutions and Subjective Wellbeing: Revisiting the Cross-Country Evidence Christian Bjørnskov, University of Aarhus

    The Impact of Poitical Institutions on Suicide in American U.S. States Justina AV Fischer, University of St. Gallen

DANGEROUS WOMEN

    Antisocial Personality Disorder and Psychopathy in Women: A Literature Review on the Reliability and Validity of Assessment Instruments

    Birgit Völlm, University of Manchester

―Legal Insanity‖ Decisions: Does the Perpetrator‘s Gender Matter?

    Jenny Yourstone, University of Stockholm

    Personality and Risk Profile of Infanticidal Women in Buenos Aires Maria Almiron, Rampton Hospital, Retford, UK

Women, Substance Abuse and Violence

    Ghitta Weizmann-Henelius, Vanha Vaasa Hospital, Helsinki, Finland

Themes on Homicidal Women in Finland

    Hanna Putkonen, Vanha Vaasa Hospital, Helsinki, Finland

RISK ASSESSMENT OF VIOLENT OFFENDERS

    Prison Misconduct: The Accuracy of the PCL-R, the PCL:SV and the VRAG in Predicting Violent Infractions among Sexual and Violent Offenders in a Swiss State Penitentiary

    Astrid Rossegger, Department of Justice, Zurich, Switzerland

    The FOTRES (Forensic Operationalized Therapy Risk Evaluation System) Arja Laubacher, Department of Justice, Zurich, Switzerland

    Prediction of Violent and Sexual Offences: Replication Studies of the VRAG, the PCL-R and the PCL:SV in Switzerland

    Thomas Noll, Department of Justice, Zurich, Switzerland

    Offence-oriented Intensive Therapy of Violent and Sexual Offenders in Switzerland Jérôme Endrass, Department of Justice, Zurich, Switzerland

INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND MENTAL DISABILITY: ISSUES IN

    IMPLEMENTATION

Fusion of Mental Health and Incapacity Legislation

    George Szmukler, King’s College London

    John Dawson, University of Otago

The Limits of Law: Why Users Always Lose

    Peter Bartlett, University of Nottingham

    Mental Health in New Zealand: Sanism but with Good Intentions Tony Ellis, Barrister, Wellington, New Zealand

Weeds in the Bouquet

    Ruth Harrison, Mental Health Commission of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand

    Participation, Involvement and the Rights of People with Mental Health Needs Nell Munro, University of Nottingham

PREDICTING VIOLENCE IN THE SHORT-TERM RESEARCH INNOVATIONS

    Psychiatric Symptoms and Community Violence among High-risk Patients: A Test of the Relationship at the Weekly Level

    Carol Schubert, University of Pittsburgh

Violence among High-risk Psychiatric Patients

    Candice Odgers, King’s College London

    The Effectiveness of Civil Commitment in a New Clinical Environment Charles W. Lidz, University of Massachusetts Medical School

    Substance Use and Changes in Risk State for Violence at the Daily Level Edward Mulvey, University of Pittsburgh

LES PERSONNES INCAPABLES DE CONSENTIR : ASPECTS ÉTHIQUES, MÉDICAUX

    ET LÉGAUX

    Le consentement libre et éclairé : au-delà du juridique, la confiance Danielle Laudy, Université de Montréal

Incapacité, inaptitude, vulnérabilité

    Catherine Girre, Université Paris 7

    Participation à la recherche des personnes vulnérables : le rôle de la personne de confiance

    Anne-Marie Duguet, Université de Toulouse

    La protection des mineurs et des majeurs inaptes en matière d‘expérimentation: Perspectives canadiennes et québécoises

    Pierre Deschamps, Université McGill

    Avoir 14 ans et décider pour soi: entre autonomie et autorité parentale Louis Letellier de St-Just, Hôpital Rivières-des-Prairies, Montreal, Canada Michel Lapointe, Hôpital Rivières-des-Prairies, Montreal, Canada

OFFENDER PROFILING

Il Profilo Dell‘esorcista

    Maurizio de Vanna, University of Trieste

Il Profilo del Terrorista

    Silvia Leo, University of Rome La Sapienza

Il Fanatismo Sportismo Dal Gioco del Calcio All‘estrinsecazione della Violenza

    Antonella Pomilla, University of Rome La Sapienza

    Il Profilo del Piromane - The Pyromaniac Profile Veronica Cavalieri, University of Rome 3

Il Profilo Dell‘adepto di una Setta

    Mario Di Fiorino, Viareggio Hospital, Viareggio, Italy

PROBLEMS LINKED TO CRIMINOLOGY I

Guerra, Terrorismo, Conflitti Asimmetrici E Loro Conseguenze Sulla Salute Mentale Dei

    Militari E Della Popolazione Civile

    Marco Cannavicci, Università di Roma La Sapienza

Simulazione di Malattia Mentale

    Antonio Del Casale, Università di Roma La Sapienza

Il Volto Segreto di un Uomo D‘onore

    Maria Elisa Lombardo, Università di Roma La Sapienza

Sociologia e criminalità: panoramica delle prospettive interpretative. Da Merton ai nuovi

    approcci di ricerca

    Fabio David, Sociologo, Polizia di Stato, Rome, Italy

La Negoziazione Nelle Crisi

    Gabriele Durante, Arma dei Carabinieri

     THMONDAY JUNE 25, 2007

    11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND MENTAL HEALTH LAW

Psychiatric Advance Directives: The Relationship between Decisional Competence and

    Treatment Procedures

    Eric Elbogen, Duke University

A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Perspective on Participation in Research by Subjects with

    Reduced Capacity to Consent

    Bruce J. Winick, University of Miami

    Should Psychopathy Qualify for Involuntary Inpatient or Outpatient Commitment? Charles LoPiccolo, University of Miami

    A Drug Treatment Prison in Australia: Engaging Court-ordered Participants Astrid Birgden, Compulsory Drug Treatment Correctional Centre, Sydney, Australia

MENTAL HEALTH AND VIOLENCE TO WOMEN WITHIN THE FAMILY

Mental Health ‗Syndromization‘ of Women‘s Legal Harms within the Family: A Critique

    Elizabeth M. Schneider, Brooklyn Law School

    Psychological Paradigms of Domestic Violence in Latin America and the US: Explaining Dynamics versus Harm

    Ann Shalleck, American University

    The Impact of Child Abuse and Neglect on 12 Year Olds: Legal and Mental Health Implications

    Desmond Runyan, University of North Carolina

    Child Sex Abuse by Family Members in Africa: Implications for Mental Health and Law Cynthia Bowman, Northwestern University

Migrating Mothers and the Violence of Separation

    Barbara Stark, Hofstra Law School

FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY: MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES AND GOVERNMENTAL

    NEEDS

Drug Addiction and Psychiatric Disorders in the Netherlands

    Ben van de Wetering, Bouman Mental Health Care, Rotterdam, The Netherlands Karel T.I.Oei, Tilburg University

Contextual Analysis of Executive Functioning in Psychopathy

    Jos Egger, Radboud University

Psychotherapy in Detention

    Karel T.I.Oei, Tilburg University

    Attack or Attach: Attachment and the Treatment of Antisocial Personality Disorders Anne van den Berg, Tilburg University

Attachment Styles and Sex Offenses

    Dirk Van de Putte, Forensic Psychiatrist, Leuven, Belgium

VIOLENT BEHAVIOR: HOMICIDE

An Examination of the Credibility of Canadian Offenders‘ Accounts of Instrumental and

    Reactive Homicides

    Barry S. Cooper, Correctional Service of Canada, Vancouver, Canada

Eat your Words: A linguistic Profile of Psychopathic and Non-psychopathic Homicide

    Offenders‘ Accounts of their Crimes

    Mike Woodworth, University of British Columbia at Okanagan Stephen Porter, Dalhousie University

Geographic Profiling of Stranger Murder

    D. Kim Rossmo, Texas State University

That‘s what Friends are For: A Comparison of the Qualities of Single- and Dual-

    Perpetrator Murders

    Stephen Porter, Dalhousie University

    Mike Woodworth, University of British Columbia at Okanagan

CHILDREN IN THE POST-NUCLEAR FAMILY

    The Transformative Potential of Community Parenting Laura T. Kessler, University of Utah

Two Kinds of Parents

    Susan Frelich Appleton, Washington University

Protecting Terminated Parent-child Relationships through Adopton with Contact

    Annette Appell, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

    Relationships between Children in a Post-Nuclear Age Laura A. Rosenbury, Washington University

The Comfort of Home: Children as Domestic Workers

    Donna Young, University of Albany

ASPECTS OF DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN TYPES OF INFANTICIDE

    Sexually Motivated Killing of Children by Married Offenders Norbert Konrad, Institute of Forensic Psychiatry, Berlin, Germany

Infanticide Forensic Expert‘s Experiences

    Detlef Schlaefke, University of Rostock

    Causes and Conditions for Infanticide: Data from an American Forensic Hospital Maya Krischer, University of Cologne

    The Problem of Differentiating between Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Munchhausen Syndrome by Proxy, and Homicide

    Frank Haessler, University of Rostock

RECOVERED MEMORIES AND FALSE CONFESSIONS- LEGAL AND

    PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES

Recovered Memories of Early Sexual Abuse

    Eileen P. Ryan, University of Virginia

    Neurocognitive Dysfunction and Low Intelligence in False Confessions Thomas Ryan, Consulting Psychiatrist, Staunton, USA

    Factors in Determining Reliabliity of Childhood Sexual Abuse Memories Nadia B. Kuley, Consulting Psychiatrist, Staunton, USA

A Confession Induced, A Crime that Never Happened

    Harry F. Bosen, Jr., Virginia State Bar; American Bar Association, Richmond, USA

MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES IN HOMICIDE AND VIOLENCE

Matricide by Female Adolescents: Why Girls Kill Their Mothers

Kathleen Heide, University of South Florida

    Eldra Solomon, University of South Florida

    A Phenomenological Investigation of Thinking Errors, Self Concept and Moral Reasoning of Violent Adolescent Offenders

    Roy Persons, Beaumont Juvenile Correctional Center, Beaumont, USA Natasha Persons, Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center, Beaumont, USA

    In Canada, Predictions of Therapeutic Outcomes Determine Sentences for the Worst Offenders

    James A. Carlisle, Barrister, Toronto, Canada

    Psychosocial Interventions to Reduce Violent Behaviour: A Meta-analysis of Controlled Trials

    James McGuire, University of Liverpool

The Importance of McNaughten‘s

    Jonathan Carne, Forensic Psychiatrist

LES MEURTRES FAMILIAUX : INFANTICIDE, PARRICIDE, MATRICIDE

Parricide, acquittement, mesure d‘internement et resocialisation: L‘étude d‘un cas

    exemplaire

    Philip D. Jaffé, Université de Genève

Homicides familiaux: comparaison psychocriminologique de l‘uxoricide, du filicide et du

    parricide

    Jacques Marleau, Centre de recherche de l’Institut Philippe-Pinel de Montréal, Canada Suzanne Léveillée, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

Crime et sexualité en famille

    Bernard Gaillard, Université de Rennes II

Attachement amoureux des auteurs de violence conjugale: Influence sur leurs traits

    d'agressivité émotionnelle et instrumentale

    Laetitia Carraud, Université de Genève

La relation du juge et de l'expert-psychiatre

    Emmanuelle Bernheim, Université de Montréal

PROBLEMS LINKED TO CRIMINOLOGY II

Conseguenze della Distonia dell‘identità di genere sessuale del genitore sulla prole in

    infanzia e nell‘ adolescenza: dalla prevenzione primaria all‘ intervento

    Matteo Villanova, Università di Roma La Sapienza

Il Carcere: Attività Ludiche E Ricreative Con Finalità Rieducative La Vita In Mondi

    Possibili

    Viviana Visca, Università di Roma La Sapienza

Pedagogia Penitenziaria

    Carlo Brunetti, Università di Roma La Sapienza

    Prevenzione del fenomeno Burnout in ambito Polizia Penitenziaria Bruno Peschiaroli, Università di Roma La Sapienza

Il profilo dell‘adepto di una setta

    Mario Di Fiorino, Viareggio Hospital, Viareggio, Italy

PSYCHOBIOGRAPHY OF SOME KILLER MOTHERS

Psicobiografia di Alcune Madri Figlicide

    Vincenzo Mastronardi, University of Rome La Sapienza

Infanticidio Post-Partum Da Parte Di Madri Che Negano La Gravidanza

    Vittorio Volterra, University of Bologna

    Madri Che Uccidono: 100 Anni Di Figlicidio Materno In Italia Alessandra Bramante, University of Castellanza

Psicobiografia di Una Madre Assassina Argentina

    Gabriela Sandra Rivellino, Università di Roma - La Sapienza

     THMONDAY JUNE 25, 2007

    2:00 - 4:00 PM

THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE AND THE CRIMINAL PROCESS

    Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Readiness for Rehabilitation David B. Wexler, University of Arizona

    Crime Victims‘ Psychological Well-being Related to Police Interviews and Questions from the Prosecutor

    Ulf Holmberg, Kristianstad University

    Dostoyevsky, Confessions and Therapeutic Jurisprudence Amy D. Ronner, St. Thomas University

    Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Legal Response to Terrorism Edgardo Rotman, University of Miami

Prisoner Grievance Procedures: An Opportunity for Therapeutic Jurisprudence

    Fred Cohen, State University of New York at Albany

FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY AND UNIVERSITY IN THE NETHERLANDS

Comparison of Patient Characteristics between a Forensic Caseload and a Caseload of

    Patients Referred with Primarily Addiction Problems G. Schuthof, Tilburg University

Forensic Psychiatry in General Psychiatry‘s Curriculum in the Netherlands

    Karel T.I.Oei, Tilburg University

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