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Treatment matching for substance-abusing offenders [electronic resource] / Zachary K. Hamilton.

Author/Creator:
Hamilton, Zachary K., 1979-
Publication:
El Paso [Tex.] : LFB Scholarly Pub., 2011.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (327 p.)
Series:
Criminal justice (LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC)
Criminal justice: recent scholarship
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Subjects:
Prisoners -- Substance use -- United States -- Prevention.
Substance abuse -- Treatment -- United States.
Criminals -- Rehabilitation -- United States.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Hamilton focuses on a population of offenders released from prison to halfway houses. Based on assessments administered prior to admission, intervention groups were established using Latent Class Analysis, which identified several classes or "types" of substance abusing offenders. The resulting classification was utilized to assess responsivity among four program orientations: 12-Step, Cognitive-Behavioral, Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Communities. A matching strategy was then created from class-program interactions. This study is first to examine typology construction as a method for improv
Contents:
CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 2: SUBSTANCE ABUSERS AND TREATMENT IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM; CHAPTER 3: RESPONSIVITY, MATCHING ANDEVALUATION; CHAPTER 4: CONSTRUCTING AN ASSESSMENT OF RESPONSIVITY; CHAPTER 5: MATCHING PARAMETERS; CHAPTER 6: MODEL GENERATION AND POST-HOC COMPARISONS; CHAPTER 7: HALFWAY HOUSE COMPARISONS; CHAPTER 8: PROPOSED MATCHING STRATEGY; CHAPTER 9: A DISCUSSION OF MATCHINGAND RESPONSIVITY; CHAPTER 10: UTILITY OF FINDINGS ANDMETHOD OF ASSESSMENT; APPENDIX 1: THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONSFOR THE FOUR-CLASS SOLUTION
APPENDIX 2: DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAMTREATMENT INVENTORY (DAPTI)APPENDIX 3: POLICY AND SERVICESCHARACTERISTICS INVENTORY (PASCI); APPENDIX 4: LOGISTIC REGRESSION MODELS; REFERENCES; INDEX
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
1-59332-680-7
OCLC:
818818826