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Keywords register: forensic psychiatry

Short report

50th anniversary issue 2008, suppl.2

B.C.M. Raes

25 years of forensic psychiatry in the Netherlands, a concise review, 71 - 75

Short report

50th anniversary issue 2008, suppl.2

P. Cosyns, S. Koeck, R. Verellen

Mentally disturbed offenders in Flanders , 63 - 68

Onderzoeksartikel

2019/7

I. Jeandarme, P. Habets

Determining security need in forensic psychiatric patients: HoNOS-Secure and DUNDRUM-1, 455 - 463

Essay

2019/3 themanummer Onderwijs en Opleiden

K. Goethals, S. Roza

Development of a forensic psychiatric curriculum in Belgium and the Netherlands, 200 - 204

New research

2017/1

H. Nijman, S. Lammers, M. Vrinten, E. Bulten

(Too) long in tbs? A study on patients receiving forensic psychiatric tbs-treatment for 15 years or longer, 9 - 19

New research

2015/7

A.J.E. Visscher, G.B. van de Kraats, B. van der Goot, A.W. Braam

Bad or mad? Thinking in terms of ‘bad or mad’ and the (possible) prosecution of offenses committed by the mentally ill, 480 - 488

Essay

2014/9

G. Meynen

Neurolaw: its relevance for forensic psychiatry, 597 - 604

New research

2014/7

R.H.J. Hornsveld, C.H.S. Gerritsma, T. Kanters, A.J. Zwets, S. Roozen-Vlachos

Criminogenic factors in sexually violent offenders detained by hospital order, 430 - 438

Review article

2012/9

S. Tremmery, A. de Decker, M. De Hert, J. De Varé, M. Danckaerts

Managing aggression in a forensic psychiatric unit for adolescents: literature review and clinical implementation , 797 - 806

New research

2012/6

J.E. van Horn, M.J. Eisenberg, S. van Kuik, G.M. van Kinderen

Psychopathology and recidivism among violent offenders with a dual diagnosis. A comparison with other subgroups of violent offenders, 497 - 507

New research

2012/6

M.C.A. Liem, D.J. Vinkers

Homicide committed by psychotic defendants in the Netherlands, 509 - 516

New research

2011/11

D.J. Vinkers, M. Barendregt, E. de Beurs, H.W. Hoek, T. Rinne

Ethnic differences between pre-trial suspected offenders , 801 - 811

New research

2011/10

N. Mudde, H. Nijman, W. van der Hulst, J. van den Bout

Predicting aggression during the treatment of forensic psychiatric patients by means of the HCR-20, 705 - 713

New research

2011/1

D.J. Vinkers

Borderline intellectual functioning in Antillean suspected offenders, 9 - 14

Review article

2010/5

G.T. Blok, E. de Beurs, A.G.S. de Ranitz, T. Rinne

The current psychometric state of risk assessment scales for adults in the Netherlands, 331 - 341

New research

2010/11

D.J. Vinkers, F.G.M. Heytel, G.M. Matroos, K.M. Hermans, H.W. Hoek

Pre-trial psychiatric reports on Antillean suspected offenders in the Netherlands and on the Dutch Antilles, 745 - 752

Short report

2009/5

E.F.J.M. Brand

Risk assessment by means of polygraphy , 327 - 332

Essay

2009/4

H. Smets, R. Verelst, J. Vandenberghe

Mentally ill and dangerous: civil commitment or internment? The Belgian judicial framework , 217 - 225

New research

2009/4

E. de Jonge, H.L.I. Nijman, S.M.M. Lammers

Behavioural changes during forensic psychiatric treatment: a multicenter study , 205 - 215

Essay

2009/12

G. Meynen

Free will in forensic psychiatry, 873 - 881

New research

2008/11

R.H.J. Hornsveld, S. Soe-Agnie, J. Donker, L. van der Wal

The development of a treatment program for violent forensic psychiatric patients with a cluster B personality disorder , 703 - 711

New research

2007/4

E. Brand, H. Nijman

Risk assessment and treatment evaluation by means of two forensics observation instruments , 221 - 232

New research

2005/8

N. Duits, M. van Casteren, W. van den Brink, Th.A.H. Doreleijers

Assessing the risk of a recurrence of violence in adolescents. , 511 - 518

Review article

2005/10

N. Duits, W. van den Brink, Th.A.H. Doreleijers

Assessing the risk of recurring violence in young delinquents brought before a juvenile court. A clinical approach , 671 - 679

New research

2004/8

W.J. Canton, T.S. van der Veer, P.J.A. van Panhuis, R. Verheul, W. van den Brink

The predictive validity of risk assessment in 'pro justitia' reports. A study of the HKT-30 and clinical assessment , 525 - 535