This thesis examines the legal theoretical and practical implications of the incorporation of frontal lobe rehabilitation treatment (hereinafter ‘FLRT’) for impulse-control management in the rehabilitation of criminal offenders, with a view to achieving an overall reduction in crime (both in prison population and recidivism).
Year Manuscript Completed
Health Law and Policy | Law Enforcement and Corrections | Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility | Medical Jurisprudence
Criminals Rehabilitation; Law Psychological aspects; Neurosciences; Forensic neurology; Neurology legislation & jurisprudence.
Primary Language of Manuscript
Recommended CitationEmma V. Cooter (January 2016) "Neurodiversion" : incorporating frontal lobe rehabilitation treatment for impulse-control management in the rehabilitation of criminal offenders in Australia, PhD, ePublications@bond, Faculty of Law.
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