|title||Multi-method assessment of the hostile attribution bias in juvenile violent offenders. Determining the sensitivity to change of three different assessment methods|
|publication type||Buch / Monographie / Herausgeberschaft|
|digital object identifier (doi)||DOI: 10.18442/076|
|note||Hildesheim, Univ., Kumulative Diss. 2019|
Many studies reveal that unchangeable static variables, such as prior offending history and membership in high-risk demographic subgroups, consistently predict recidivism. Recent risk assessment research focuses on dynamic attributes — attitudes, values, and interpersonal skills that are modified by new experiences and, thus, may change during the residential stay.