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Shrunk

Crime and Disorders of the Mind

edited by Lorene Shyba, by J. Thomas Dalby; Sven Christianson; Patrick Baillie; Jack White; Joel Watts; Louise Olivier; Stephen Porter; Donald Dutton; Barry Cooper; Marc Nesca; Jeffrey Waldman; Lawrence Ellerby; Richard Schneider; David Dawson & William Trudell, foreword by Lisa Ramshaw

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list price: $29.95
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category: True Crime
published: Nov 2016
ISBN:9780994735201
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SHRUNK is a collection of true cases by eminent Canadian and international forensic psychologists and psychiatrists facing the tough topic of mental illness in the criminal justice system.

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Lorene Shyba

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J. Thomas Dalby

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Lisa Ramshaw

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Sven Christianson

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Patrick Baillie

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Jack White

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Joel Watts

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Louise Olivier

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Stephen Porter

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Donald Dutton

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Barry Cooper is a professor of political science at the University of Calgary. He is the author, editor, and translator of over thirty books, including Consciousness and Politics: From Analysis to Meditation in the Late Work of Eric Voegelin.
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Barry Cooper is a professor of political science at the University of Calgary. He is the author, editor, and translator of over thirty books, including Consciousness and Politics: From Analysis to Meditation in the Late Work of Eric Voegelin.
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Barry Cooper is a professor of political science at the University of Calgary. He is the author, editor, and translator of over thirty books, including Consciousness and Politics: From Analysis to Meditation in the Late Work of Eric Voegelin.
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Barry Cooper is a professor of political science at the University of Calgary. He is the author, editor, and translator of over thirty books, including Consciousness and Politics: From Analysis to Meditation in the Late Work of Eric Voegelin.
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Barry Cooper is a professor of political science at the University of Calgary. He is the author, editor, and translator of over thirty books, including Consciousness and Politics: From Analysis to Meditation in the Late Work of Eric Voegelin.
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Barry Cooper is a professor of political science at the University of Calgary. He is the author, editor, and translator of over thirty books, including Consciousness and Politics: From Analysis to Meditation in the Late Work of Eric Voegelin.
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Barry Cooper is a professor of political science at the University of Calgary. He is the author, editor, and translator of over thirty books, including Consciousness and Politics: From Analysis to Meditation in the Late Work of Eric Voegelin.
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Contributor Notes

Lorene Shyba, MFA PhD Lorene Shyba has worked in publishing for over three decades with expertise in writing and editing, print and web design, and video production. She co-edited, with C.D. Evans, the first book in Durvile Publications’ True Cases series Tough Crimes: True Cases by Top Canadian Criminal Lawyers. Her doctoral degree is in media and she is affiliated academically with The University of Calgary, Faculty of Arts.

J. Thomas Dalby PhD, R Psych, ABN Thomas Dalby is described by the American Bar Association as one of North America’s leading forensic psychologists. He has provided expert opinions to courts and has published extensively for four decades. In 2013 he received his profession’s highest honour, the CPA Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology as a Profession. He has taught at the university level since 1978, and holds specialist recognition in neuropsychology.

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Grade:
13 to 17
Editorial Review

The workings of the criminally disordered minds has always been a fascinating subject. Does our prison system throw away the key after incarceration or is it worthwhile to rehabilitate? Earl Levy, QC

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