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Lec 7 Ch 9 Sentencing and Parole in Canada Friday March 11 2011NOTE Guest Lecture Pamela Yates next week on sex offenders Be sure to ask good questions and keep your laptops closed What works in Correctional ProgrammingIn terms of correctional treatment nothing works Martinson1They did metaanalysis and came up with the principles of effective interventionGeneral Principles of ClassificationRiskNeed rehabilitationreduce risk of recidivating Responsivity 2how can we ensure that they get the max benefit 3Professional discretionPromising Targets for Change AndrewsBonta 1994 Changing Antisocial AttitudesChangingManaging Antisocial Feelings Reducing Antisocial Peer Associations Promoting Familial AffectionCommunicationPromoting Familial Monitoring and SupervisionPromoting Child Protection PreventionPromoting IdentificationAssociationAnticriminal Role ModelsIncreasing Self COntrol Self ManagementProblem Solving Skills Intensity of treatment should be related to the risk ie Low risk should not get treatment because they dont need it and it can sometimes worsen problems High risk gets the majority Moderate risk gets some eg RAPRideau Alcohol Prevention with prof Low risk ppl sometimes want in but wont benefit from it Traditional cognitivebehavioral isnt as effective for psychopathsPsychopathic offenders Psychopaths know the words not the music Know what to say but not how to apply it Youre going to play more in terms of their grandiosity narcissism as opposed to asking them how they thought the victim felt they cannot relate to this eg Forms of manipulationknow it and address it in a firm but fair way prof has been told many times that shes the best psychologist in the whole worldPromising Targets for Change1Very important to know2 Possible trick question Parole board of Canada now called National Parole Board of Canada NPB3 young attractive verbal intelligent yapis pop vs offender population1
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