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Background The prevalence of head injury is estimated to be as high as 55% in women in prison and might be a risk factor for violent offending, but evidence is equivocal. The extent of persisting disability is unknown, making decisions about service needs difficult. The UN recognises vulnerabilities in women in prison, but does not include head inj...
Differences between individuals are the raw material from which theories of the evolution and ontogeny of cognition are built. For example, when 4-year-old children pass a test requiring them to communicate the content of another's falsely held belief, while 3-year-olds fail, we know that something must change over the course of the third year of l...
To understand relationships between traumatic brain injury and offending. In particular to develop systems in Scotland to identify and triage people with TBI in the criminal justice system to services appropriate to their needs. We continue to are move towards implementation of the report on Brain Injury and Offending to the Scottish Government, which comprises administrative and research recommendations. See: http://www.nphn.scot.nhs.uk/nphn-brain-injury-and-offending-final-report-publication/