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CCJ 3117: Theories of Criminal Behavior
Dr. Lee C. Bushong
Florida A&M University
Conradi, P. (2016). The Red Ripper: Inside the mind of Russia’s most brutal serial killer.
Newburyport: Open Road Media.
The author did a wonderful job on capturing the life of Andrei Chikatilo through his lens.
A read would understand the physical disability Chikatilo had lived with. Chikatilo was
bullied as a child because of the lack of erection. As an adolescent Chikatilo is starting to
form a abnormal personality disorder due to the bullying. The author did a good job
provided childhood information on the serial killer and the mental damage he concurred
early in his childhood.
Davidson, P. (2015). Death by Cannibal. New York, NY: Penguin Publishing Group.
The author went in-depth on that topic of Cannibal. Andrei Chikatilo cased was mention
in the book to provided real life experiences to support Davidson theory. The excerpt
provides the reader with the history and generic make up of a criminal. The book was
flooded with stats, experiments and a number of case study to provide the reader with a
better understanding of these individuals.
Espinoza, L. (2014). Criminal autistic psychopathy: The mind of a serial killer criminal autistic
psychopathy: The mind of a serial killer. Psyccritiques, 59(44), 50-60.
The author used science to explain the behavior of criminals. This article is essential to
providing scientific support on the mental issues related to criminals. The paper has
several experiments conducted to evaluate the psychological state of a serial killer.
Reviewing this article provided the reader a more in-depth look of a criminal mind from a
methodical point of view.
Gelinas, B., & Hadjistavropoulos, H. (2015). “Am I Becoming a Serial Killer?” A Case Study of
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Mental Illness Anxiety. Behavioural And Cognitive
Psychotherapy, 44(03), 374-379. doi:10.1017/s1352465815000417.
The purpose of this contextual analysis was to propel the comprehension of the clinical
picture of dysfunctional behavior nervousness(anxiety), and encourage the
comprehension of how to implement positive cognitive behavioral skills to help cope
with mental disorder. The outcomes give primer proof that subjective social methods for
coping with mental disorder can be effectively used for mental illness anxiety. In any
case, the absence of accessible research relating to dysfunctional behavior tension adds to
difficulties in conceptualization, evaluation and treatment.
Giannetakis, P. (2017). Behavioral Patterns and Genesis of a Polymorphous Paraphilic Serial
Killer. Journal Of Forensic Sciences & Criminal Investigation, 6(2).
The author took a deep dive into the case of Andrei Chikatilo. Polymorphic paraphilic
range declines the mental and conduct measurement of a serial killer. Research on
Chikatilo showed attributes of introverted identity issue (or anti-social) and NOS identity
issue, beginning and advancement of conduct is broke down utilizing a multi-point of
view approach. Analyzing this journal provided the reader with the notion that Chikatilo
mental disorder played a major role in the urge to engage in horrific activities.
Innes, B. (2017). Serial Killers: shocking, gripping true crime stories of the most evil murderers.
Hachette UK: Quercus.
The author did a phenomenal job of thoroughly dissecting every moment of these
notorious serial killers. Innes provided case study, trial details, psychological and ecology
explain on the behavior of these individuals. The reader would be about to grasp a better
concept of individual who suffer from a stranger sexual disorder. These people find
pleasure in inflicting pain on others.
James, J., & Proulx, J. (2014). A psychological and developmental profile of sexual murderers:
A systematic review. Aggression And Violent Behavior, 19(5), 592-607.
The overall purpose of this excerpt is to distinguish the primary attributes of sexual
killers and the research on the area in which the crime occur. Research were conducted
on comparing serial killer of this era to the late 1900’s. serial sexual murderes (SSMs)
and non-serial sexual murders (NSMs), three classifications of factors were set up:
formative factors; grown-up life and criminal career variables; and psychopathological
Krivich, M., & Ol’gin, O. (1993). Comrade Chikatilo: The psychopathology of Russia’s
notorious serial killer. NewYork, NY:Barricade Books.
The Russian writers did a phenomenal job on executing the timeline of Andrei Chikatilo
life. The paper went in depth on examining the trial, evidence collected against chikatile,
and many more. Working comprehensively, Krivich and Ol’gin talked with everybody
involved in his case, from the groups of the people that were questioned down to the
police investigator. This article provided me the essential needed to support some of my
theories about Chikatilo.
Mirow, W. (2016). Strategic culture, securitisation and the use of force. NewYork, NY:
There are several issues the author target in this book. Mirow provided information about
philosophy and causation in universal relations. The hypothetical model fusing vital
culture and securitization issues. The author implemented cross examination of use of
force. information provide in this book can support the improper use of force in the police
Morabito, M., Socia, K., Wik, A., & Fisher, W. (2017). The nature and extent of police use of
force in encounters with people with behavioral health disorders. International Journal of
Law and Psychiatry, 50, 31-37. doi:10.1016/j.ijlp.2016.10.001
The authors used data information to support the thesis. Its noted that the treatment of
individuals with psychological instabilities by the police has been unethical. A key issue
in CIT advancement has been decrease in the utilization of power by CIT officers
because of the complaints of excessive use of force. Be that as it may, to date, meager
research looks at variety in police utilization of power by CIT officers crosswise over
populaces with psychological instabilities, co-happening issue, and substance misuse
issue, when contrasted with their non-scattered friends.
Ostrosky, F., & Ardila, A. (2018). Neuropsychology of criminal behavior. New York, NY:
Routledge. This article is significant to a student seeking insight on the genetic makeup
of a criminal. The authors draw on discoveries from brain research, nervous system
science, and genetic makeup, to offer a multi-dimensional analysis of the action of a
criminal. The authors clarified the classifications of sexual disorder and the biological
affect those disorder has on one’s mental and physical behavior. Chikatilo behavior
correlate to necrosadism, someone who could only achieve sexual arousal during the
murder, disorder. The author composes a thorough and detail analysis on the science
behind the mind of a maniac.
Parker, R. (2017). Serial killers encyclopedia: The encyclopedia of serial killers from A to Z.
New York, NY: RJ Parker.
This book provided a large range of serial killers. This book will provide the reader with
a varsity of case study to review. The author was very detailed on breaking down each
case. This book has scientific study to help provided additional support to the thesis. This
book will help students analyze a criminal mind.
Pontell, H., & Geis, G. (2010). International handbook of white-collar and corporate crime.
New York, NY: Springer.
White-collar crime has been one of the most perplexed type of misconduct. It is
extremely difficult for investigators to fully comprehend the mind of those (white-collar
specific criminals. The authors start by quickly noting the definitional controversy and
spreads out a methodology approach throughout the paper. The author highlight on
criminogenesis. The paper broke down different level and aspect of a white collar crime.
Rodríguez, I. (2014). Criminal states/necrophiliac governments: Bishop Gerardi’s enemy of the
state and targeted for elimination. Hispanic Issues On Line, 14, 91–103. Retrieved from
This books is essential for any student needing information on sexually disorder. This
book specially targets necrophilia on a large scale. The author went in depth on what this
disorder represents, the habits or these individuals and the overall break down on
individual whose infatuated with intercourse with a corpus.
Sasser, C. (2014). Homicide!. NewYork, NY: Gallery Books.
The author provided the reader with the insight of a crime scene. A reader would be able
to comprehend the detective work that occurs behind the scene. This book provided intel
on procedures that occur after a crime, detecting patterns of a crime to help locate the
criminal, graphic details on mutilation, and many more. Through an intense investigator’s
eyes, this book enlivens the ugly truths of an individual, dark humor, and the genuine
fight against the untamed chaos in society.
Schutt, B., & Wynne, P. (2018). Cannibalism: A perfectly natural history. New York,NY:
Amazing, exhaustive, and gaudy are some of the adjective a reader may describe this
book as. The authors executed this book perfectly. Being that Bill Schutt is a biology
professor and received a degree in zoology, this excerpt was full of factual stats and
experiment conducted amongst themselves. The authors dived in the depths of the
infatuation with Cannibalism, sadism, and many other disorder. The book will be very
helpful to any individual trying to grasp the reasoning of these strange disorders.
Simkin, M., & Roychowdhury, V. (2014). Stochastic modeling of a serial killer. Journal of
Theoretical Biology, 355, 111-116. doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2014.03.039
The authors did a deep analysis on Chikatilo. This article was a helpful tool for students
to receive a psychological evaluation of Chikatilo. The authors demonstrated a diagnostic
based on the outcomes of a combining research on several serial killers and shared
behavior. This article speaks on the power law with the exponent 1.4 factor that cause
individuals to proactively commit crime. The author provided a biological reasoning
behind the action of these strange criminals.
Swart, J., & Mellor, L. (2016). Homicide (1st ed.). Boca Raton,FL: CRC Press.
The author provided the reader with an overview of other aspect to consider when a
crime occurs. This book explained the forensic psychology of a crime. This excerpt is
very pivotal to a student research on criminal misconduct. Learning the importance of
forensic DNA may provide an individual with the knowledge of how a criminal can be
linked to a crime. Forensic proof provided a prosecutor with a solid case. The authors go
in depth on ways individuals subconsciously leave their DNA.
Willmott, D., Boduszek, D., & Robinson, R. (2017). A psychodynamic-behaviourist
investigation of Russian sexual serial killer Andrei Chikatilo. The Journal Of Forensic
Psychiatry & Psychology, 29(3), 498-507. doi:10.1080/14789949.2017.1416658.
This paper concisely focus on a russian sexual serial murderer named Andrei
Chikatilo.the authors notice the lack of psychological explanation on chikatilo behavior.
This paper goes in-depth on the mental disorder Chikatilo suffers from and a deeper
analysis on his childhood. In heed of psychodynamic and behaviorist points of view lead
to the decision that a mind boggling connection of natural, mental and sociological
components may represent the beginning and continuation of his maniacal conduct.
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