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Psychology and Law

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (online): 2222-5196


License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Published since 2011

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Psychology and Law 2021. Vol. 11, no. 1

[Psikhologiia i pravo]

The penitentiary psychology and penal practice topic

Issue 2021. Vol. 11, no. 1 (In Russian)
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Penitentiary Psychology and Penal Practice

Zolotareva A.A.

The Role of Apathy in the Formation of Depression Syndrome in Male Prisonerspp. 2–13 113

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110101

Dvoryanchikov N.V., Shipitsyn D.Yu.

Specifics of Sexual Self-Concept and Interpersonal Perception in Convicted Non-Imprisoned Sexual Offenderspp. 14–26 237

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110102

Babayan S.L., Krapchatova I.N., Kokhman D.V.

Correlation Between Convicts' Psychological Perception of Amnesty and the Rate of Recidivismpp. 27–36 78

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110103

Borisova D.P.

Specifics of Psychological Defences in Prison Personnel Depending on their Empathy Levelpp. 37–47 101

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110104

Didenko A.V., Pisarev O.M., Mal'tseva E.A.

Characterization of Pro-aggressive Factors Influencing the Aggressive Behavior of Sex Offenders Serving their Sentences in Detention Facilitiespp. 48–62 138

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110105

Samojlik N.A.

Study of Relationship between Professional-Value Orientations and Volitional Qualities in Cadets of Educational Institutions of Federal Penitentiary Service of Russiapp. 63–76 96

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110106

Kovalchuk I.A., Kostina L.N., Karpova G.S., Chudakova S.N., Dushkin A.S.

Development of Intellectual and Personality Potential of the Staff of the Federal Penitentiary Service at the Initial Stage of their Professional Developmentpp. 77–89 80

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110107

Psychology of Professional Activity

Burtsev A.O., Efimkina N.V., Kudinov S.I., Pozin A.I.

Self-realization in Officers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federationpp. 90–105 183

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110108

Akhmadeeva E.V., Galyautdinova S.I.

Social Frustration, Resilience and Psychological Security of Internal Affairs Officerspp. 106–120 235

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110109

Psychology of Deviant and Criminal Behavior

Kashirskiy D.V., Staroseltseva O.V.

Values, Self-Identification and Personality Motivation of Persons Charged with Particularly Serious Crimespp. 121–134 176

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110110

Juvenile Legal Psychology

Boykina E.E., Chernov V.A.

Legal Conscience of Teens from the Centennials Generation: a Prognostic Assessmentpp. 135–149 197

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110111

Nikitskaya E.A.

Use of Confessional-Pedagogical Forms of Work with Minors in the Upbringing of Patriotism and Prevention of Extremismpp. 150–162 80

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110112

Methodological Problems of Legal Psychology

Malko A.V., Subochev V.V.

Political and legal Manipulation as a Psychological Phenomenon and a Scientific Categorypp. 163–180 149

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110113

Interdisciplinary Studies

Bovin B. G., Bovina I.B., Tikhonova A.D.

Radicalisation:A Social Psychological Perspective (Part III)pp. 181–194 133

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110114

Khodyakova N.V., Mitin A.I., Ulyanina O.A.

Psychological Aspects of Designing the Education Process of Law Enforcement Personnel with their Subjective Position in Mindpp. 195–209 108

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110115

Legal Psychology in Response to the Challenges of OurTime: COVID-19

Tuzova O.N., Stepanova D.N.

Russians' Subjective Assessment of their Personal Psychological and Legal Safety During the COVID-19 Pandemicpp. 210–222 164

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110116

Koropets O.A., Сhudinovskikh M.V.

Preparedness of Working Population to Adhere to Legal Constraints and Prohibitions during the COVID-19 Pandemicpp. 223–237 76

CrossRef doi:10.17759/psylaw.2021110117


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