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The UC Irvine Libraries support the Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series by providing a bibliography of the works of each Fellow. The bibliographies are available in print at the Langson and Science Libraries and at each public event.

2001 - 2002 Series

John Monahan

UC Irvine Chancellor's Distinguished Fellow
A Selective Bibliography: The UC Irvine Libraries
May 14, 2002

Julia Gelfand, Applied Sciences Librarian
The UC Irvine Libraries


Books, Edited Works & Government Publications

  • Rethinking Risk Assessment: The MacArthur Study
    of Mental Disorder and Violence.
    Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
    Call No: On order

  • Social Science in Law: Cases and Materials,
    Edited with Laurens Walker. Mineola, NY: Foundation Press,
    1985, 2d ed, 1990, 3d ed, 1994, 4th ed., 1998, 5th ed 2001
    titled Monahan and Walker Social Science in Law.
    Langson Library Call No: KF 385 A4 M66 1985

  • Coercion in Mental Health Services - International Perspectives,
    Edited with Joseph Morrissey. Stamford, CT: JAI Press, 1999.
    Research in Community and Mental Health Series, vol. 10.
    Science Library Temp Call No: RA 790 A1 R48 v. 10

  • Mental Disorder, Work Disability and the Law,
    Edited with Richard J. Bonnie. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1997.
    Langson Library Call No: KF 3469 M46 1997

  • Coercion and Aggressive Community Treatment: A New Frontier in Mental Health Law,
    Edited with Deborah L. Dennis. NY: Plenum Press, 1997.
    Science Lib Temp Call No: Bar RA 790 C666 1996

  • Mental Illness and Violent Crime: A summary of a presentation.
    Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, 1996.
    Langson Library Call # J28.24/7:M52 GID

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  • Violence and Mental Disorder: Developments in Risk Assessment,
    edited with Henry J. Steadman. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1994.
    Science Lib Temp Call No: Bar RC 569.5 V55 V54 1994

  • Children, Mental Health and the Law,
    edited with N. Dickon Reppucci and others.
    Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1984.
    Langson Library Call no: KF 479 A75 C48 1984

  • Mentally Disordered Offenders: Perspectives from Law and Social Science,
    edited with Henry J. Steadman. NY: Plenum Press, 1983.
    Langson Library call no: KF 9242 M46 1983

  • The Clinical Prediction of Violent Behavior.
    Rockville, MD: National Institute of Mental Health, 1981.
    Science Library call no: WM 600 M734c 1981; Reprinted as
    Predicting Violent Behavior: An Assessment of Clinical Techniques.
    Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1981.
    Science Library Temp Call no: RC 569.5 V55 M65 1981;
    and Clinical Prediction of Violent Behavior.
    Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1995; and Spring, R., et al, eds.
    Patients, Psychiatrists and Lawyers: Law and the Mental Health System,
    2nded. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Publishing Company, 1997.

  • Competency to Stand Trial,
    with Ronald Roesch. Urbana, IL of Illinois Press, 1981.

  • Who is the Client? The Ethics of Psychological Intervention in the Criminal Justice System.
    Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc., 1980.
    Langson Library Call no: BF 76.4 W48

  • Prevention in Mental Health: Research, Policy and Practice,
    edited with Richard H. Price and others. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1980.
    SRLF Call no: RA 790 P773

  • Community Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System.
    NY: Pergamon Press, 1976.
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Book Chapters

  • "Prediction of Crime and Recidivism,"
    in Joshua Dressler, et al, eds., Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice. NY: Macmillan, 2002.
    Langson Library Call no: REF HV 6017 E52 2002.

  • "Major Mental Disorder and Violence: Epidemiology and Risk Assessment,"
    in G. Pinard and L. Pagani, eds, Clinical Assessment of Dangerousness: Empirical Contributions.
    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001, 89-102.
    Science Library Call No: WM 600 C41-2 2001

  • "Foreword," in Stephen Blumenthal and Tony Lavendar, eds,
    Violence and Mental Disorder : A Critical Aid to the Assessment and Management of Risk,
    London ; Philadelphia, PA : Jessica Kingsley, 2001 (originally published by the Zito Trust).
    Science Library Call no: W860 B658v 2001.

  • "Reducing Violence Risk: Diagnostically Based Clues from the MacArthur Violence Risk Assessment Study,"
    in S. Hodgins, ed., Effective Prevention of Crime and Violence Among the Mentally Ill.
    Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer, 2000, 19-34.

  • "Dangerousness: Violence Risk Assessment,"
    in A. Kazdin, ed., Encyclopedia of Psychology.
    Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    Langson Library Call no: REF BF 31 E54 2000

  • "Violence and Mental Disorder: Recent Research,"
    In M. Crowner and D. Bernay, eds., Understanding and Treating Aggressive Psychiatric Patients.
    Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, 2000, 167-178.

  • "Clinical and Actuarial Predictions of Violence,"
    In D. Faigman, et al, eds., Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony.
    St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 1997, 300-318.

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  • "Major Mental Disorders and Violence to Others,"
    In D. Stoff, et al, eds., Handbook of Antisocial Behavior.
    NY: Wiley, 1997, 92-100.

  • "Foreword," in W. Brookbanks, ed.,
    Forensic Psychiatry and the Law: Clinical and Legal Issues.
    Auckland, New Zealand: The Law Book Company, 1996.

  • "Violence and Mental Disorder: A New Look,"
    In S. Hodgins, ed., Mental Disorder and Crime.
    Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1993, 287-302.
    Science Library Call no: W860 M549-2 1993

  • "Dangerousness: A View From the United States of America,"
    In J. Gunn and P. Taylor, eds., Forensic Psychiatry: Clinical Legal, and Ethical Issues.
    London: Butterworth-Heinemann, 1993, 640-645.

  • "From Dangerousness to Risk Assessment: Implications for Appropriate Research Strategies,"
    In S. Hodgins, ed., Mental Disorder and Crime. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1993, 39-62.
    Science Library Call no: W860 M549-2 1993

  • "The Causes of Violence," in U.S. Sentencing Commission,
    Drugs and Violence in America. Washington, DC: GPO, 1993, 77-85;
    Reprinted in FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 63, 1994, 11-15.

  • "Prediction of Criminal Behavior: Recent Developments in U.S. Research and Policy,"
    In H. Wegener, et al, eds., Criminal Behavior and the Justice System: Psychological Perspectives.
    NY: Springer, 1989.

  • "Foreword," in L. Roth, ed.,
    Clinical Treatment of the Violent Person.
    NY: Guilford Press, 1987: xv-xviii.

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  • "Police and the Mentally Disordered,"
    In J. Yuille, ed., Police Selection and Training: The Role of Psychology.
    The Hague, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff, 1986: 175-186.

  • "Dangerous and Violent Behavior,"
    In O. Dickerson and A. Kaminer, eds.,
    Occupational Medicine: The Troubled Employee.
    Philadephia, PA: Hanley and Belfus, 1986: 559-568.

  • "The Social and Economic context of Violent Behavior,"
    In J. Field, et al., eds., The Prevention and Treatment of Violence.
    NY: Spectrum, 1985.

  • "The Clinical Assessment of Violence Potential,"
    In J. Field, et al., eds, The Prevention and Treatment of Violence.
    NY: Spectrum, 1985.

  • "Evaluating Potentially Violent Persons," in C. Ewing, ed.,
    Psychology, Psychiatry and the Law: A Clinical and Forensic Handbook.
    Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press, 1985: 9-39.

  • "Identifying and Treating the Mentally Disordered Prison Inmate,"
    In L. Teplin, ed., Mental Health and Criminal Justice.
    Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1984: 279-296; reprinted in E. Latessa, ed.,
    Correctional Contexts, 2d ed. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing, 2001.

  • "Crime and Mental Disorder: An Epidemiological Approach,"
    In N. Morris and M. Tonry, eds., Crimes and Justice: An Annual Review of Research, vol. 3.
    Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1983: 145-189; Reprinted in
    Research in Brief: Crime and Mental Disorder.
    Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, 1984.

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  • "Prediction of Crime and Recidivism,"
    In S. Kadish, ed., Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice.
    NY: Free Press, 1983: 1170-1177.

  • "Ethical Issues in Prediction of Criminal Violence,"
    In J. Ross, et al, eds., Solutions to Ethical and
    Legal Problems in Applied Social Research.
    NY: Academic Press, 1983: 83-96.

  • "Individual-Process Consultation,"
    In S. Copper and W. Hodges, eds.,
    The Mental Health Consultation Field.
    NY: Human Services Press, 1983: 57-69.

  • "The Predication of Violent Behavior: Developments in Psychology and Law,"
    In C. Schreirer and B. Hammonds, eds., Psychology and Law.
    Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 1983: 151-176.

  • "Childhood Predictors of Adult Criminal Behavior,"
    In F. Dutile, et al, eds., Early Childhood Intervention and Juvenile Delinquency.
    Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1982: 11-21.

  • "Three Lingering Issues in Patient Rights,"
    In B. Bloom and S. Asher, eds.,
    Psychiatric Patient Rights and Patient Advocacy: Issues and Evidence.
    NY: Human Science Press, 1982: 261-177.

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  • "Situational Approaches to Understanding and Predicting Individual Violent Behavior,"
    In W. Wolfgang and N. Weiner, eds., Criminal Violence.
    Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1982: 292-319.

  • "Identifying Chronic Criminals,"
    In D. Ward and K. Schoen, eds.,
    Confinement in Maximum Custody.
    Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1981: 3-14.

  • "Corporate Violence: A Psychological Analysis,"
    In P. Lipsitt and B. Sales, eds.,
    New Directions in Psychological Research.
    NY: Van Nostrand, 1980: 3-25.

  • "The Role of Research in Changing the Legal System,"
    In R. Price and P. Polister, eds.,
    Evaluation and Action in the Social Environment.
    NY: Academic Press, 1980: 211-229.

  • "Psychological Approaches to Criminal Behavior,"
    In S. Messinger and E. Bittner, eds.,
    Criminology Review Yearbook.
    Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1980: 17-47.

  • "Corporate Violence: Research Strategies for Community Psychology,"
    I n T. Sarbin, ed., Community Psychology and Criminal Justice.
    NY: Human Sciences Press, 1979: 117-141.

  • "The Prediction of Violent Criminal Behavior: A Methodological Critique and Prospectus,"
    In Blumstein, A., et al, eds., Deterrence and Incapacitation: Estimating the Effects
    of Criminal Sanctions on Crime Rates.
    Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences,
    1978: 244-269 and reprinted in Cohen, Fred., ed., The Law of Deprivation of Liberty:
    Cases and Materials.
    Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 1991.

  • "Ascriptions of Dangerousness: The Eye (and age, sex, education, location and politics) of the Beholder,"
    In Simon, R., ed., Research in Law and Sociology. Greenwich, CT: Johnson, 1978: 143-151.

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Journal Articles

  • "Mandated Community Treatment: Beyond Outpatient Commitment,"
    Psychiatric Services, 52/9, September 2001, 1198-1205

  • "Violence and Delusions: Data from the MacArthur Violence Risk Assessment Study."
    American Journal of Psychiatry, 157, 2000, 566-572.

  • "Violent Thoughts and Violent Behavior Following Hospitalization for Mental Disorder,"
    Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 68, 2000, 388-398.

  • "Sources of Coercive Behaviors in Psychiatric Admissions,"
    Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 101, 2000, 73-79.

  • "Violence Risk Assessment: Scientific Validity and Evidentiary Admissibility."
    Washington and Lee Law Review, 57, 2000, 901-918.

  • "Developing a Clinically Useful Actuarial Tool for Assessing Violence Risk,"
    British Journal of Psychiatry, 176, 2000, 312-319.

  • "Violence Risk Assessment and Risk Communication: The Effects of Using Actual Cases,
    Providing Instruction and Employing Probability Versus Frequency Formats."
    Law and Human Behavior 24, 2000, 271-296.

  • "A Classification Tree Approach to the Development
    of Actuarial Violence Risk Assessment Tools,"
    Law and Human Behavior 24, 2000, 83-100.

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  • "Psychological Science Can Improve Diagnostic Decisions,"
    Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 1, 2000, 1-26;
    and adapted as "Better Decisions Through Science,"
    Scientific American, 283, 2000, 82-87.

  • "Scientific Authority: The Breast-Implant Litigation and Beyond,"
    Virginia Law Review, 86, 2000, 801-833.

  • "Patients' Revisions of Their Beliefs about the Need for Hospitalization,"
    American Journal of Psychiatry, 156, 1999. 1385-1391.

  • "Real in Their Consequences: A Sociological Approach to Understanding the
    Association Between Psychotic Symptoms and Violence,"
    American Sociological Review, 64, 1999, 316-332.

  • "The Public's View of the Competence, Dangerousness and Need for
    Legal Coercion Among Persons with Mental Illness,"
    American Journal of Public Health, 89, 1999, 1339-1345.

  • "Assessing Violence Risk Among Discharged Psychiatric Patients:
    Toward an Ecological Approach,"
    Law and Human Behavior, 23, 1999, 235-253.

  • "Sampling Liability,"
    Virgina Law Review, 85, 1999, 329.

  • "Family, Clinician, and Patient Perceptions of Coercion
    in Mental Hospital Admission: A Comparative Study."
    International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 21, 1998, 1-16.

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  • Factual Sources of Mental Patients' Perceptions of Coercion
    in the Hospital Admission Process,"
    American Journal of Psychiatry, 155, 1998, 1254-1260.

  • "Psychometric Properties of the MacArthur Competence
    Assessment Tool-Criminal Adjudication,"
    Psychological Assessment, 10, 1998, 435-443.

  • "The Competence-Related Abilities of Women Criminal Defendants,"
    Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 26, 1998, 215-222.

  • "Violence by People Discharged from Acute Psychiatric Inpatient
    Facilities and by Others in the Same Neighborhoods,"
    Archives of General Psychiatry, 55, 1998, 393-401.

  • "Sampling Damages," Iowa Law Review 83, 1998, 545-551,
    and reprinted in R. Klonoff and E. Bilich, eds,
    Class Actions and Other Multi-Party Litigation: Cases and Materials.
    St. Paul, MN: West Group, 2000, 822-826.

  • "The MacArthur Adjudicative Competence Study: A Comparison of
    Criteria for Assessing the Competence of Criminal Defendants,"
    Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 25, 1997, 249-259.

  • "The MacArthur Adjudicative Competence Study:
    Development and Validation of a Research Instrument,"
    Law and Human Behavior, 21, 1997, 141-179.

  • "Perceptions of Coercion in the Admission of Voluntary and Involuntary Psychiatric Patients,"
    International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 20, 1997, 167-181.

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  • "The MacArthur Adjudicative Competence Study: Diagnosis, Psychopathology,
    and Adjudicative Competence-Related Abilities,"
    Behavioral Sciences and the Law 15, 1997, 329-345.

  • "The Validity of Mental Patients' Accounts of Coercion-Related
    Behaviors in the Hospital Admission Process,"
    Law and Human Behavior, 21, 1997, 361-376.

  • "Actuarial Support for the Clinical Assessment of Violence Risk,"
    International Review of Psychiatry, 9, 1997, 167-169.

  • "Explanatory Style Predicts Superior Law School Performance,"
    Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 15, 1997, 1-11.

  • "Decision Making in Criminal Defense: An Empirical Study of
    Insanity Pleas and the Impact of Doubted Client Competence,"
    Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 87, 1996, 48-62.

  • "Violence by People with Mental Illness: A Consensus
    Statement by Advocates and Researchers,"
    Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 19, 1996, 67-70.

  • "Violent Storms and Violent People: How Meterology Can
    Inform Risk Communication in Mental Health Law,"
    American Psychologist, 51, 1996, 931-938.

  • "Psychotic Symptoms and Disorders and the Risk of Violent Behaviour in the Community,"
    Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 6, 1996, 317-338.

  • "Dangerous Patients or Dangerous Diseases?"
    British Medical Journal 312. 1996, 967-969.

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  • "Daubert and the Reference Manual: An Essay on the Future of Science in Law,"
    Virginia Law Review 82, 1996, 837-857.

  • "Perceived Coercion in Mental Hospital Admission: Pressures and Process,"
    Archives of General Psychiatry, 52, 1995, 1034-1039.

  • "Coercion and Commitment: Understanding Involuntary Mental Hospital Admission,"
    International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 18, 1995, 249-263.

  • "Danger and Coercion: A Study of Risk Perception and Decision Making in Mental Health Law,"
    Law and Human Behavior, 19, 1995, 49-65 & reprinted in P. Slovic, ed.,
    The Perception of Risk. London: Earthscan, 2000, 347-363.

  • "Mental Illness as a Factor in Criminality: A Study of Prisoners and Mental Patients,"
    Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 4, 1994, 33-47.

  • "People with Mental Disorder and People Who Offend: Collecting Valid Data,"
    Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 4, 1994, 68-73.

  • "Ethical and Legal Duties in Conducting Research on Violence:
    Lessons from the MacArthur Risk Assessment Study,"
    Violence and Victims, 8, 1994, 380-390.

  • "Judicial Use of Social Science Research after Daubert."
    Shepard's Expert and Scientific Evidence Quarterly 2, 1994, 327-342.

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  • "Attorney-Client Decision-Making in Criminal
    Cases: Findings from Three Studies,"
    Law and Human Behavior, 18, 1994, 437-452.

  • "Inclusion, Motivation, and Good Faith: The Morality
    of Coercion in Mental Hospital Admission,"
    Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 11, 1993, 295-306.

  • "Two Scales for Measuring Patients' Perceptions
    of Coercion During Hospital Admission,"
    Behavioral Sciences and the Law 20, 1993, 307-321.

  • "Patient, Family, and Staff Perceptions of Coercion in
    Mental Hospital Admission: An Exploratory Study,"
    Behavioral Sciences and the Law 20, 1993, 281-193.

  • "Limiting Therapist Exposure Tarasoff Liability: Guidelines for Risk Containment,"
    American Psychologist, 48, 1993, 242-250; reprinted in D. Bershoff, ed.,
    Ethical Conflicts in Psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc., 1999.
    Langson Library call no: BF 76.4 E814 1999

  • "Mental Disorder and Violent Behavior: Perceptions and Evidence,"
    American Psychologist 47, 1992, 511-521; Reprinted in M. Levine, ed.,
    Law and Psychology. Aldershot, England: Dartmouth Publishing Co., 1995,
    287-300 & J. Peay, ed., Criminal Justice and the Mentally Disordered.
    Aldershot, England: Ashgate Publishing Co., 1997, 473-483.
    Langson Library call no: HV 6791 C75219 1998

  • "Judicial Use of Social Science Research,"
    Law and Human Behavior 15, 1991, 571-584.

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  • "Empirical Questions Without Empirical Answers,"
    Wisconsin Law Review 1991, 569-594.

  • "Violence in the Workplace,"
    Journal of Occupational Medicine 32, 1990, 1021.

  • "Dangerousness and Commitment of the Mentally Disordered in the United States,"
    Schizophrenia Bulletin 15, 1989, 541-553.

  • "Social Facts: Scientific Methodology as Legal Precedent,"
    California Law Review 76, 1988, 877-896.

  • "Social Science Research in Law: A New Paradigm,"
    American Psychologist, 43, 1988, 465-472. Reprinted in M. Levine, ed.,
    Law and Psychology. Aldershot, England: Dartmouth Publishing Co., 1995, 3-10.

  • "Risk Assessment of Violence Among the Mentally Disordered: Generating Useful Knowledge,"
    International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 11, 1998, 249-257.

  • "Social Frameworks: A New Use of Social Science in Law,"
    Virginia Law Review, 73, 1987, 559-598.

  • "Psychologists as Law Professors,"
    American Psychologist, 42, 1987, 502-509.

  • "Social Authority: Obtaining, Evaluating, and Establishing Social Science in Law,"
    University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 134, 1986, 477-517.

  • "Slouching Toward Crime,"
    Yale Law Journal 95, 1986, 1536-1551.

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  • "The Impact of State Mental Hospital De-institutionalization
    on United States Prison Populations, 1968-1978,"
    Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 75, 1985: 474-490.

  • "Psychiatric Evaluations of Police Referrals in a General Hospital Emergency Room,"
    International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 8, 1985, 39-47.

  • "Teaching Social Science in Law: An Alternative to 'Law and Society',"
    Journal of Legal Education, 35, 1985, 478-482.

  • "The Prediction of Violent Behavior: Toward a Second Generation of Theory and Policy,"
    American Journal of Psychiatry, 141, 1984, 10-15.

  • "The Empirical Context of Prison to Hospital Transfers,"
    Law and Contemporary Problems, 45, 1983, 125-136.

  • "The Psychology of Law,"
    Annual Review of Psychology, 33, 1982, 441-475.

  • "The Case for Prediction in the Modified Desert Model of Criminal Sentencing,"
    International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 5, 1982, 103-113.

  • "Clinical Prediction of Violent Behavior,"
    Psychiatric Annals 12, 1982, 509-513.

  • "Mentally Disordered Offenders: A National Survey of Patients and Facilities,"
    Law and Human Behavior 6, 1982, 31-38.

  • "The Role of the Family in Initiating and Maintaining Involuntary Civil Commitment,"
    Hospital and Community Psychiatry 33, 1982, 569-572.

  • "The Stone-Roth Model of Civil Commitment and the California
    Dangerousness Standard: An Operational Comparison,"
    Archives of General Psychiatry 39, 1982, 1267-1271.

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  • "Psychological and Psychiatric Aspects of Determinate Criminal Sentencing,"
    International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 3, 1980, 105-116.

  • "Research in Community Psychology: An Analysis of Work Published in
    the First Six Years of the American Journal of Community Psychology,"
    American Journal of Community Psychology, 8, 1980, 131-145.

  • "The Macro Environment and Community Mental Health,"
    Community Mental Health Journal, 16, 1980, 14-26; Reprinted in
    P. Insel, ed., Environmental Variables and the Prevention of Mental Illness.
    Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1980: 27-41.

  • "Trial By Data: Psychological Research as Legal Evidence,"
    American Psychologist 35, 1980, 270-283.

  • "Delivering Community Mental Health Services to a Country Jail Population: A Research Note,"
    Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 8, 1980, 28-31.

  • "Police and the Mentally Ill: A Comparison of Committed and Arrested Persons,"
    International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 2, 1979, 509-518.

  • "Prediction Research and the Emergency Commitment
    of Dangerous Mentally Ill Persons: A Reconsideration,"
    American Journal of Psychiatry, 135, 1978, 198-201;
    Reprinted in Mezzich, J. and Zimmer, B., eds.,
    Emergency Psychiatry. NY: International Universities Press, 1990.

  • "A Definite Maybe: Proof and Probability in Civil Commitment,"
    Law and Human Behavior, 2, 1978, 37-42; Reprinted in Wexler, D.,
    Mental Health Law: Major Issues. NY: Plenum, 1981: 59-69.

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Conference Proceedings

  • "The Prediction of Violent Behavior in Juveniles,"
    In The Serious Juvenile Offender: Proceedings of a National Symposium.
    Washington, DC: GPO, 1978: 148-160.

  • Pacific Northwest Conference on Violence and Criminal Justice,
    Issaquah, Washington, 1973, Violence and Criminal Justice.
    Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1975.
    Langson Library Call no: HV7689 P33 1973

Sound Recordings

  • Psychology and the Law. Alexandria, VA: Audio Transcripts, 1982.

Videos

  • Mental Illness and Violent Crime. Produced by the National Criminal
    Justice Center Reference Service for the National Institute of Justice.
    Rockville, MD: NCJRS, 1995.

Dissertation

  • Self-Attribution and the Maintenance of Behavior Change
    Indiana University, 1971
    UMI #AAT 7230433

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