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by Stanton Samenow,Samuel Yochelson


The Criminal Personality, Vol. 1: A Profile for Change (Volume 1) epub

ISBN: 0876682182

ISBN13: 978-0876682180

Author: Stanton Samenow,Samuel Yochelson

Category: Fitness and Dieting

Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling

Language: English

Publisher: Jason Aronson, Inc. (June 1, 1993)

Pages: 538 pages

ePUB book: 1697 kb

FB2 book: 1871 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 586

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i've enjoyed all of samenow's works and the first two volumes are informative and useful. this volume though is terribly outdated

He is also the co-author of The Criminal Personality, Volume II: The Change Process, and The Criminal Personality: Volume I, A Profile for Change. i've enjoyed all of samenow's works and the first two volumes are informative and useful. this volume though is terribly outdated. they continue with the philosophy of the criminal being responsible for his choices and behaviors. addiction for criminals is a choice and something they can work with. according to the authors, withdrawal is over-rated and for the most part

Samuel Yochelson, P. was until his death in 1976, director of the Program for the Investigation of Criminal Behavior at Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, .

Ships from and sold by allnewbooks. Samuel Yochelson, P. Stanton E. Samenow, P. is a clinical psychologist in Alexandria, Virginia. He is also the co-author of The Criminal Personality, Volume II: The Change Process, and The Criminal Personality: Volume I, A Profile for Change.

Rather Yochelson and Samenow stress that the criminal must make a choice to give up criminal thinking and learn morality. A Jason Aronson Book.

The criminal personality. Vol. <3 published in Northvale, . Includes bibliographies and indexes. v. 1. A profile for change - v. 2. The change process - v. 3. The drug user. by. Yochelson, Samuel, 1906-1976; Samenow, Stanton . 1941- joint author.

The Criminal Personality Vol. I : A Profile for Change. Criminal Personality - Vol I. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. This book is well written and understandable for those who are just getting started in working with the prison population. by Samuel Yochelson and Stanton E. Samenow. I look forward to reading the other 2 volumes I hae purchased. It is probably as deep a look into & thinking pattern of criminals' as I have encountered.

Criminal Personality book. The Criminal Personality, Volume I: A Profile for Change. The newer, smaller, Inside the Criminal Mind by Samenow is the cliff notes version of this book

Criminal Personality book. 1283601141 (ISBN13: 9781283601146). The newer, smaller, Inside the Criminal Mind by Samenow is the cliff notes version of this book. At over 500 pages, this book is extremely thorough. All criminals have what is called a criminal personality but not everyone who has a criminal personality is necessarily a criminal, but they think (erroneously) the same way.

The Criminal Personality presents a detailed description of criminal thinking and action patterns and convincingly argues that these patterns cannot be explained by sociologic or psychologic explanations alone. Categories: Psychology. Volume: 1. Год: 2000.

Samuel Yochelson, P.

Stanton E. Samenow (born October 16, 1941) is an American psychologist and writer. Samenow was born to Charles and Sylvia Samenow. He is married, has two children, and resides in Falls Church, Virginia.

The Criminal Personality, Volume 2: The Change Process . Yochelson, Samuel and Samenow, Stanton E. (1977). Related Items in Google Scholar.

The Criminal Personality presents a detailed description of criminal thinking and action patterns and convincingly argues that these patterns cannot be explained by sociologic or psychologic explanations alone. A Jason Aronson Book
i've enjoyed all of samenow's works and the first two volumes are informative and useful. this volume though is terribly outdated. they continue with the philosophy of the criminal being responsible for his choices and behaviors. addiction for criminals is a choice and something they can work with. according to the authors, withdrawal is over-rated and for the most part, controlable. the book though, in discussing drugs is terribly outdated. they discuss the quality of street drugs being poor so that withdrawal is similar to the flu (p. 176). this is hardly the issue now. marijuana has a much higher thc count (14 - 21%) that it did in the 60s and 70s (1-2%) and can cause shrinkage/atrophy to the brain. meth also is devastating from a neurological point of view. most drugs today are a lot stronger and deadlier than those of the past decades. and needless to the say, names and street slang for the drugs and drug experiences have all changed too. all in all, i would stick to the first two volumes and skip this one.
the product was what i needed. it was not in great condiiton however the book is old. i didnt expect it to be in great condition. it was a quick ,easy tranaction.
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This is the greatest description of the criminal personality that I have ever read. I was the Drug Czar of Dallas and brought Samenow to Dallas to speak to our police officers so they could understand how criminals think. Samenow and Yochelson learned from criminals whom they interviewed, treated, and following for many years, how they think. The main emphasis is the lack of responsibility because they are only interested in themselves. Their conclusions apply to so many people include politicians who display these characteristics. When you read the list of thinking and behavioral patterns of criminals, you will be able to apply every single one of them to our current politicians and our president.
This is a book that should not be missed by those working with inmates and ex-cons. When I taught at a jail inmates told me about this book, the first of a series of three, which they had studied in prison. I read all three and began teaching criminal thinking. A reaction from one of the prisoners: " Criminal Thinking has saved me! I never knew there was another way to think."