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Criminal Behaviorology is the synthesis of criminology and behavior analysis. This podcast reviews areas of importance to both fields and explores new possibilities. Criminal Behaviorology is a podcast for all those interested in crime, psychology, history and improving the world we live in.
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Criminal Behaviorology I Have Decided to Call this Criminal Behaviorology In a recent symposium, presented online, your host had the opportunity to present on the Application and Dissemination of Applied Behavior Analysis in the Criminal Justice Field. Along with an excellent opportunity to discuss an area of behavior analysis not always presented at such conferences, there was also a walk down memory lane regarding some of the episodes we have presented previously. In addition, the announcement of an upcoming (July 30th, 2020) webinar on “Novel Uses of Applied Behavior Analysis,” for which Continuing Education units are available. Sign-up information is below: https://www.signupforms.com/registrations/23153 Updates and other information on this webinar can be found at this Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NovelApplications/ Show Highlights: - The start of Criminal Behaviorology as an area of interest. A brief review of literature on crime and behavior analysis that is by no means exhaustive. - A Special Interest Group with the Association of Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) on Crime, Delinquency and Forensic Behavior Analysis. - A special focus on domestic violence, in part because of some very intriguing literature, and because it is an area of where crime and behavior analysis intersect in some ways potentially quite beneficial. - The upcoming webinar on the novel applications of ABA. A set of speakers on different topics for students, researchers, and practitioners of applied behavior analysis. Criminal Behaviorology podcast on the Battering Assessment Tool by Marilyn Bonem: https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology/episodes/Right-Off-the-BAT-The-Operant-Conditioning-Theory-Regarding-Domestic-Violence-e4m6pt Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav. Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. CB Podcast Sites: https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Criminal Behaviorology Criminology from a New Perspective: The Psychosocial View David Gadd and Tony Jefferson wrote the book Psychosocial Criminology. These gentlemen graciously agreed to interview via WebEx and discuss the ideas in the book. Although we had some differences in approach to the fascinating world of criminality, we also shared some common ground on the importance of individual experiences and the complexities involving each case. We went on past the scheduled time, but Tony Jefferson reminded me that none of us are going anywhere, with things as they are, so we continued the discussion a bit longer. Show Highlights: - The distinction of the psychosocial view from a purely sociological examination on what causes crime. - The significance of the case-study approach. Contrasting case studies from cross-sectional research. How looking at large population comparisons can be a problem when analyzing data. The proper use of case studies and cross-sectional approaches. - Freud’s ideas regarding mental conflict. The relevance of the Freudian view and what is the unconscious anyway (sorry behavior analysts
Criminal Behaviorology Religion Reinforced – Religion as a schedule-induced behavior and the case of “King” James Strang Timothy reads from a 2009 article on religion as a schedule-induced behavior by Paul S. Strand. In addition, a reading from Larry B. Massie’s Voyages Into Michigan’s Past focuses on a segment of a Mormon sect from the 19th century, and their leader James Strang who declared himself a king, and was revered as a prophet. Show Highlights: - The two classes of religious behavior: Nonoperant schedule-induced and operant behavior. The consistency of these two classes with the “graceful” and “effortful” religious experiences written about by theologians. - How and why religion may maintain as a behavior across continents and generations. Religious behavior transcends topography. - Learning in the form of socially mediated reinforcement. Acquired religious behavior may be motivated by social contingencies. Foundational religious behavior is motivated by something more. Foundational religious behavior continues regardless of the consequences. - Declaring oneself an atheist as a religious act in itself. - The potential for the automatic reinforcement of religion. - Skinner’s superstition concept, and how subsequent research does not support his conclusions as an explanation of religious behavior. - Induced behavior as being in the middle ground between pure operant behavior and reflexes. - The murder of James Jesse Strang (“The King of Beaver Island”). The dramatic career of Strang as a Mormon religious leader and violent end of the Strangite sect on a remote Lake Michigan island. Religion as Schedule-Induced Behavior by Paul S. Strand, The Behavior Analyst (2009) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2686986/ Voyages Into Michigan’s Past by Larry B. Massie https://www.amazon.com/Voyages-into-Michigans-Larry-Massie/dp/0932212581 Criminal Behaviorology podcast on Michigan’s True Crime https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/criminalbehaviorology/episodes/2019-04-03T03_17_29-07_00 Criminal Behaviorology podcast on Pirates! https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/criminalbehaviorology/episodes/2019-09-18T17_27_55-07_00 Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. CB Podcast Sites: https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Criminal Behaviorology Criminal Profiling, Serial Killers, Necrophilia, and Other Things Eric Hickey, PhD, an author and criminal psychologist, is interviewed on a variety of topics, all related to his interesting career and writings over many years. Show Highlights: - Dr. Hickey’s continual interest in forensic psychology, necrophilia and other areas of crime and criminology. - How the interest in forensic psychology has grown since he began his career and why. - Dr. Hickey’s work in the Jeffrey Dahmer case and what he found out about Dahmer’s interest in funerals. Some of the unique issues surrounding the phenomenon of necrophilia. The different kinds of necrophiles. - Pavlov’s inescapable shock as it relates to the backgrounds of sexually motivated serial killers. - Kim Rossmo’s Geographic Profiling. - The Unabomber case. The different aspects of profiling and some unique features of the Ted Kaczynski case. - The Myth of the Psychiatric Crime Wave. The realities of mentally ill defendants. The murky nature of the insanity defense. The Andrea Yates case. - Controversial Issues in Criminology. Is prostitution a victimless crime? The legalization of drugs. - Picking up hitchhikers is not recommended. However, the resulting conversations do make for some good book ideas! Dr. Eric Hickey at Walden University (Image Above) https://forensicnavigator.com/dr-eric-hickey Serial Murderers and Their Victims: https://www.amazon.com/Serial-Murderers-Their-Victims-Hickey/dp/1305261690/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1583021012&refinements=p_27%3AEric+W.+Hickey&s=books&sr=1-1&text=Eric+W.+Hickey The Myth of the Psychiatric Crime Wave: https://www.amazon.com/Myth-Psychiatric-Crime-Wave-byVitello/dp/B004TAWGZE/ref=pd_rhf_se_p_img_5?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=ZX7EGHRTEDZJWV4W5XF5 Controversial Issues in Criminology: https://www.amazon.com/Controversial-Issues-Criminology-Randolph-Fuller/dp/020527210X/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=NG7AYAS322QXTA7FCRYK Kim Rossmo and Geographic Profiling https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Rossmo Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. CB Podcast Sites: https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Criminal Behaviorology A Clockwork Behavior Analysis: Bobby Newman Discusses Myth and Reality Regarding Behavior Analysis, Crime and the Famous Anthony Burgess Story A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess is a controversial and intriguing novel about a violent, delinquent young man who is subjected to a radical conditioning procedure with frightening results. The 1963 book provides an image of a near future world that could be described as unique, humorous, dramatic and disturbing. In this podcast I interview Dr. Bobby Newman regarding his 1991 article on the Anthony Burgess fictional work, and how it has influenced the perception of behavior analysis. Show Highlights: - An explanation of what Burgess was trying to convey with his writings and how his vision was shaped by a devout Catholic faith. - The question of free will becoming significant in a story like this. What is the behavior analytic view on the concept of free will? - Behavior analysis, instead of crushing freedom (as depicted in certain fictional stories) could be the pathway to liberate us from environmental contingencies that have trapped us. - Evidence for how behavior analytic techniques have helped reduce recidivism among juvenile delinquents. - How psychology and behavior analysis are portrayed in Clockwork. - How behavior analysis has portrayed itself to the public. A Clockwork Orange on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0393341763/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0 Dr. Newman’s 1991 article on Clockwork: https://link.springer.com/article/10.5210/bsi.v1i2.169 Dr. Newman Runs in the St. Jude Marathon for Charity (“Team ABA”): https://fundraising.stjude.org/site/TR?fr_id=109867&px=4127584&pg=personal Hero Rats Sniff out Landmines: https://www.apopo.org/en Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. CB Podcast Sites: https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Criminal Behaviorology The Exploitation of Crime: Crimesploitation and the Media Misuse of Reality Crime Stories Paul Kaplan, PhD and Daniel La Chance, PhD, two experts on cultural criminology, have written on Crimesploitation, where reality programs create a kind of folk wisdom about crime, addictions and correctional work. The dangers of this kind of portrayal, the popularity of these shows and the possible hidden agenda in the development of such entertainment form the basis of this episode. I interview Paul Kaplan to discuss his work on crimesploitation, and cover the different forms of this intriguing phenomenon being broadcast on television programs and internet podcasts. Show Highlights: - What is crimesploitation and how can we distinguish it from other kinds of educational programs on crime, corrections and addiction? Is the nightly news an example? What about this podcast!? - The two likely target audiences of crimesploitation. - The irony of Neoliberalism and Law and Order Punitivism. - The “Addiction Industrial Complex.” - Does crimesploitation subtly justify police misconduct, aggressive law enforcement tactics and even vigilante justice? - How the program To Catch a Predator, a popular show nationwide, came to its own abrupt end in a case of “punitive burnout.” - How such voyeuristic broadcasts may promote an escape from social responsibilities in our modern world. - When discussing cases of the wrongly convicted, how the emphasis should be on more than just finding out who is innocent, but instead on the preservation of the rights of criminal defendants. - Death as a taboo topic and why it is a factor in our interest in the macabre. Crimesploitation article by Kaplan and La Chance (2017) https://oxfordre.com/criminology/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190264079.001.0001/acrefore-9780190264079-e-34 Dr. Kaplan’s page – San Diego University: https://spa.sdsu.edu/people/spa_profiles/paul-kaplan The Prison in Twelve Landscapes: https://www.prisonlandscapes.com/ Op Ed on the Addiction Industrial Complex: https://www.njspotlight.com/2017/05/17-05-23-op-ed-the-opioid-addiction-industrial-complex-america-s-dirty-secret/ Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. CB Podcast Sites: https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Criminal Behaviorology Being as it is the Halloween season, we can have some fun, right? Dr. Kennon Lattal wrote two blogs for the Aubrey Daniels Institute about zombies from a behavior analytic perspective. Why not? Dr. Lattal is on sabbatical currently, but was gracious enough to respond to my email questions. Let’s suspend the “dead man rule” in behavior analysis (where we say that if a dead man can do it we do not accept it as an intervention, i.e., “stay in one place,” “don’t make any noise,” etc.) and instead apply an undead rule as we seek to understand how to deal with zombies through behavior analysis. Show Highlights: - Why is shaping as a concept so important, and is it misunderstood – or just NOT understood at all? - What makes social relevance important and how do we determine what might be socially relevant in one instance or another? - How does one go about deciding where to start in terms of shaping behavior and how fast one should proceed from one step to the next? Do you find people are frustrated in the success of shaping because, with zombies or people, the progress can be quite slow? - What is resurgence, and how can it serve as an explanation for societal problems such as addiction or criminal recidivism? - How can resurgence result in behavior generally seen as positive (unlike what we usually see out of zombies)? Dr. Lattal’s page on West Virginia University: https://psychology.wvu.edu/faculty-and-staff/faculty-directory/kennon-lattal How to Shape a Zombie https://www.aubreydaniels.com/blog/how-shape-zombie Zombies and Resurgence: A Halloween Analysis https://www.aubreydaniels.com/blog/zombies-and-resurgence-halloween-analysis Article on Shaping (Ekerman, et al., 1980): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1332956/pdf/jeabehav00082-0006.pdf Article on Resurgence in the Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis: http://rmac-mx.org/category/vol-41-no-2-numero-monografico-2015/ Day of the Dead (1985) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088993/ Night of the Living Dead (1968) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0063350/?ref_=nv_sr_1?ref_=nv_sr_1 Zombie (1979) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080057/?ref_=nv_sr_1?ref_=nv_sr_1 Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. CB Podcast Sites: https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Criminal Behaviorology Pirates! Behavior Analysis and Maritime Crime from the Great Lakes to Modern Day Somalia Timothy reads from two books on pirates in the great lakes as well as a Todd A. Ward article on piracy in the coastal waters of Somalia. Behavior analysts, rogues that we are, might have role in resolving piracy in the modern age. Show Highlights: - James Strang (“The King if Beaver Island”) and his pursuit of “Prophet,” as in his followers overtaking of the largest island in Lake Michigan. How Strang is viewed as a pirate by many, and why his rule over “St. James Island” led to his own violent end. - “Dangerous” Dan Seavey. Lawman, brawler, poacher and the last of the Great Lakes pirates. - Why piracy is an interesting subject matter in regards to criminology and behavior analysis. Once ubiquitous in the waterways, it is now localized to key parts of the world. What can this sea change in delinquency tell us about how crime originates? - Todd A. Ward on Kantor’s Interbehaviorism in regards to piracy in Somalia. - How a sociological problem could be ameliorated by psychological interventions. Communication networks in crisis situations are relevant to the threats ship crews face. What factors within the country itself are most relevant? - Explicit, implicit and heuristic rules in regards to maritime crime and other problems. International Talk Like a Pirate Day: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Talk_Like_a_Pirate_Day Frederick Stonehouse’s Book “Pirates, Crooks and Killers: The Dark Side of the Great Lakes” http://www.averycolorstudios.com/Books/Fred-Stonehouse.html Michigan Rogues, Desperadoes and Cut-throats by Tom Powers https://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/bsi/article/view/2497 Todd A. Ward’s Article on Piracy: https://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/bsi/article/view/2497 Kantor’s Interbehaviorism: https://kantor.weebly.com/ The First Barbary Wars (1801 – 1815) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Barbary_War Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. CB Podcast Sites: https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Criminal Behaviorology Kent Corso is a psychologist, behavior analyst and Air Force veteran. In his many writings and presentations he has provided valuable information on what is known, and what is not, about suicide among veterans and active-duty military. In this podcast we cover the problem of suicide in the military and how behavior analysis may have a role to play. Show Highlights: - Why the term “commit” in regards to suicide is loaded language with a very negative connotation. Saying “took his own life” or similar phrase is more sensitive to those close to the event. - The fact that suicide, as a phenomenon, has never been known to reduce in the number of deaths per year, as long as it has been studied. - The extensive amount of literature on suicide, and why much of it provides very limited actionable information regarding prevention. - How suicide, like other severe behavior problems, can be understood as something shaped over time and our focus should be on all significant factors that precede it. Xcelerate Innovations Website: https://www.xcelerateinnovations.com/ Air Force Magazine August 2019 article on suicide: http://www.airforcemag.com/Features/pages/2019/august%202019/air-force-temporarily-stopping-operations-to-address-growing-suicide-rate.aspx ABAI Special Interest Groups: https://www.abainternational.org/constituents/special-interests/special-interest-groups.aspx ABAI SIG on Military and Veterans Affairs Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/791636850870934/ Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. CB Podcast Sites: https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Criminal Behaviorology Title: Right Off the BAT: The Operant Conditioning Theory Regarding Domestic Violence Dr. Marilyn Bonem is a professor at Eastern Michigan University In 2008, she co-wrote a study on domestic violence using the Battering Assessment Tool (BAT). In this interview we discuss with Dr. Bonem the results of her study of batterers and how we should think of domestic violence in behavioral terms as opposed to placing the offenders in vague psychological categories. Show Highlights: - The intervention programs for domestic violence often used, including the Duluth and CBT models. - Viewing domestic violence from a behavioral point of view. What are the advantages to treating domestic violence as an operant behavior? - Dr. Bonem’s work on the Battering Assessment Tool (BAT). - The lack of a specific “personality” type for batterers, and how an improved understanding of antecedents and consequences may serve as an explanation for the phenomenon of domestic violence. - What are the reactions of domestic violence victims to the results of BAT research? How these findings can help victims. - Concerns about how this information is received. Is there a risk of excusing batterers or blaming the victim? Dr. Bonem’s page with Eastern Michigan University: https://www.emich.edu/psychology/faculty/mbonem.php Link to the 2008 article on the BAT: https://psycnet.apa.org/fulltext/2014-55088-006.html Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. CB Podcast Sites: https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
51 Attacks Averted!

51 Attacks Averted!

2019-06-1548:08

Criminal Behaviorology Episode # 19 Title: 51 School Attacks Averted! Frank Straub has been in law enforcement for decades. He has been an advisor to West Point, Indianapolis Chief of Police, a White Plains, NY, Public Safety Director, an Executive Deputy Inspector General for the Office of the New York State Inspector General, among other things. He is now the Director of Strategic Studies & Center for Mass Violence Response Studies. He has a PhD in Criminal Justice and is now interested in becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). He recently wrote “A Comparison of Averted and Completed School Attacks from the Police Foundation Averted School Violence Database,” with psychologist Peter Langman. In this interview Frank discusses the comparison of 51 school attacks averted to those completed. Show Highlights: - Frank Straub’s extensive career in law enforcement and his path to an interest in behavior analysis. - The research that has been done on thwarting school attacks. The distinctions found between the 51 school attacks prevented, and those that were tragically completed. - How reporting on these stories matters and why the focus on victims can be beneficial. - How the monitoring of social media has made a difference. - Operational definition of a school attack and why they are similar to incidents of workplace violence. - Of course, not all school attacks can be prevented. Nonetheless, we look for opportunities to intervene, which can be so important. The 2019 report by Straub and Langman: https://www.avertedschoolviolence.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/ASV-A-Comparison-of-Averted-and-Completed-School-Attacks_Final-Report-2019.pdf BARK – Social media monitoring system for parents: https://www.bark.us/ Link to Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) https://www.cityofmadison.com/police/safety/commTrainings/crase.cfm https://www.bark.us/blog/active-shooter-situation-frank-straub/ Webinar on 51 School Attacks Averted Compared to Those Completed (1/22/2019): https://www.nccpsafety.org/training-technical-assistance/webinars/the-importance-of-learning-from-averted-and-completed-school-attacks Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Show Highlights: - How Tobin Buhk became involved with true crime writing and his many books on the topic. - Why we tend to look for a single explanation for why crime occurs, and how a multi-factorial approach is often rejected in favor of more peculiar theories. - Strang Circumstances covers the assassination of the “King of Beaver Island” in 1856. The leader of a Mormon sect comes to an untimely end at the hands of his enemies. - Andrew Kehoe, the “Dynamite Farmer,” becomes the perpetrator of the worst school massacre in history, in the year 1927. - The diabolical mind of Arthur Waite, a chronic liar and “Heiress Hunter” who hatches a plot to poison an entire family and inherit their fortune. - Why the true crime genre remains such a popular subject for writers, and how the “gapers block” is one explanation of our ongoing fascination with the macabre. True Crime: Michigan by Tobin Buhk: https://www.amazon.com/True-Crime-Michigan-Notorious-Criminal-ebook/dp/B005FVM1KQ/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=Tobin+T.+Buhk&qid=1554073064&s=gateway&sr=8-10-spell Tobin Buhk’s Amazon Page: https://www.amazon.com/Tobin-T-Buhk/s?k=Tobin+T.+Buhk His latest book Pardonable Matricide: Robert Irving Latimer, from Michigan's "Most Dangerous Inmate" to Free Man: https://www.amazon.com/Pardonable-Matricide-Latimer-Michigans-Dangerous/dp/1476676348/ref=sr_1_6?keywords=Tobin+T.+Buhk&qid=1554073136&s=gateway&sr=8-6-spell Tobin Buhk’s blog on true crime: darkcornersofhistory.com Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Criminal Behaviorology In this interview we cover Dr. Wyatt’s work as an expert witness and how his interest in behavior analysis developed into a unique perspective on crime, forensic psychology and modern mental health care. Show Highlights: - The title case describes how bullying ultimately culminated into a lethal event. How a behavior analytic view differs from the way traditional psychology might conceptualize such a case. - A private life made public, mental deterioration and a tragic act result in the aftermath of an overseas scam, in “He Murdered His Gay Partner.” - Some of the limitations in our standard methods for treating mental illness, and especially psychiatry’s intriguing recent history. Ways that a behavior analytic viewpoint could be of benefit in the future for those in need of care. - The real-life work of a forensic psychologist as an expert witness and how Dr. Wyatt has navigated through our adversarial legal system by offering critical testimony in numerous cases. https://www.amazon.com/Breaking-Point-Killing-Murder-Malice-ebook/dp/B01BN54GNC/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1551267087&refinements=p_27%3AW.+Joseph+Wyatt&s=digital-text&sr=1-1&text=W.+Joseph+Wyatt Dr.Wyatt’s Amazon Page: https://www.amazon.com/s?i=digital-text&rh=p_27%3AW.+Joseph+Wyatt&s=relevancerank&text=W.+Joseph+Wyatt&ref=dp_byline_sr_ebooks_1 Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. https://criminalbehaviorology.podomatic.com https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/criminal-behaviorology/id1441879795?mt=2&uo=4 https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83MzY4OWFjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/5VM7Sjv762u7nb91YWGczZ https://www.breaker.audio/criminal-behaviorology https://overcast.fm/itunes1441879795/criminal-behaviorology https://pca.st/Q38w https://radiopublic.com/criminal-behaviorology-GEv2AZ https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/criminal-behaviorology Please write a review on any of our podcast sites listed above. Questions, comments, and requests for transcripts to: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
This film covers the surprising and unique story of Darius McCollum, who has stolen numerous New York City subway trains and buses to simply run their usual routes and drop passengers off at their desired destinations. He has been charged with felonies after over thirty arrests. This interview will be of interest to those intrigued by crime, the justice system, mental illness and Criminal Behaviorology. Show highlights: - Adam’s work as a filmmaker and the pros and cons of making documentaries. - Why the Darius McCollum case is unique and how his story is known worldwide. - How Autism Spectrum Disorder is more well known than when Darius was first arrested. - The early life experiences Darius had and the possible functions of his unusual behavior. - How Darius got away with illegally operating public transportation vehicles and his own views on why he did it. - Why the criminal justice system may need to reconsider how they process mentally ill defendants. - An update on a major motion film about Darius and where he is today. Website for the film Off the Rails: http://www.offtherailsmovie.com/ Off the Rails Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaJKDQZMW4c Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
A report on the first ever Substance Use and Addiction Conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis International. This unique conference applied the concepts of behavior analysis to one of our most damaging social problems. After years of failed attempts to reduce the problem of addiction, a new perspective is badly needed. Show highlights: - The different lectures addressing substance use from a behavioral analytic lens. - The poster session and the many different kinds of professionals interested in this area. - A new perspective on the problem of addiction and a Ted Talk about an interesting change of strategy against the drug problem used in Canada. Look up CrimBehav on Facebook: facebook.com/CrimBehav Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
An article by James Hughes in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (2009) considered how high-probability requests could influence the compliance of hostage takers to the advantage of negotiators. In 2015, Emily Mandel reviewed the article by James Hughes in bsci21.org. In this interview with Emily Mandel, we discuss hostage negotiation and how high-probability requests, that precede low-probability requests, could make a difference in a critical situation. Show Highlights: - Emily's interest in behavior analysis and the many applications of this science. - Behavioral momentum and influence on compliance. How the presentation of high-probability requests before a low-probability can matter. - The uniqueness of the Hughes (2009) study and how the data was gathered. - The limitations of the current research and where we can go from here. The article in bsci21.org by Emily Mandel: https://bsci21.org/the-use-of-high-probability-request-sequences-in-hostage-negotiation/ Information about the three hostage situations: https://www.policeone.com/police-products/communications/crisis-communications/articles/1284852-Retrospective-The-1981-take-over-of-the-Atlanta-FBI-office/ https://nypost.com/2014/08/03/the-man-who-inspired-dog-day-afternoon/ https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Sacramento_hostage_crisis Look up CrimBehav on Facebook. Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger. https://anchor.fm/criminalbehaviorology criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Thank you for listening.
Roy Hazelwood was an FBI Special Agent, writer, lecturer and expert on sexually-motivated crimes. His, and writer Stephen Michaud's 1998 book "The Evil That Men Do" is covered on Criminal Behaviorology. - The Tawana Brawley case and the tragic reasons why one might be motivated to make a false allegation. - The types of rapists based on behavioral indicators. - Why the kind of analysis that crime scene investigators do are of interest to those in the field of applied behavior analysis.
An article in slate.com by Cathy Young (2014) reviews the importance of false rape accusations and the controversies that ensue. A segment from Roy Hazelwood and Ann Burgess from "Practical Aspects of Rape Investigation" (1987) provide insight on how to approach such cases. The sensitive nature of this topic requires an objective and careful examination of all the factors involved. http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2014/09/false_rape_accusations_why_must_be_pretend_they_never_happen.html https://www.ncjrs.gov/App/Publications/abstract.aspx?ID=105959 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McMartin_preschool_trial Criminal Behaviorology on Facebook Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com
The Kitty Genovese story has inspired numerous articles, books, movies and television programs. An alleged 38 witnesses saw her murder and did nothing. The case is taught in college psychology courses and has been accepted without question for decades. A 2016 documentary by the victim's brother sheds new light on the tragic event. The importance of verifying the information, even from otherwise trusted sources, is a lesson to be learned. Criminal Behaviorology on Facebook Criminal Behaviorology on Blogger criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com
In a follow up to the July 2018 podcast on "Eliminating the Battering of Women" Timothy reviews a 2005 article by Bell and Naugle on why a victim of domestic violence would stay or leave their situation. A reading from the 2014 book "Shattered Silence: An Untold Story of Domestic Violence" by Brenna Hall, provides details on life in a domestic violence shelter. The concepts of reinforcement, punishment, extinction, behavioral economics and delay discounting are seen in the light of this serious social problem. Write your comments about this podcast in an email: criminalbehaviorology@gmail.com Try our Blogger site: https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=4053261418878325569#allposts If you like us, then Like us on our Facebook page: facebook.com/CrimBehav/
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