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Final evaluation of Unit 3 in the Pieter Baan Centre; Is there any merit in a separate ward for defendants who refuse to participate in pre-trial forensic psychiatric evaluation? (full text only available in Dutch)

The present study involves the process- and effect evaluation of a special ward for defendants who refuse to participate in...

Research with publication | 21-02-2019

Fifteen years of defendants who refuse pre-trial forensic psychiatric assessment; Prevalence rates, information needs by public prosecutors and judges, and sentencing in court (full text only available in Dutch)

The present study is about defendants who refuse to participate in pre-trial forensic psychiatric assessments that are...

Research with publication | 10-09-2018

Defendants who refuse to participate in pre-arraignment forensic psychiatric evaluation; Findings on a special ward in the Pieter Baan Centre, the forensic observation clinic in the Netherlands (full text only available in Dutch)

In the Netherlands, suspects of serious crimes may need to be examined for mental illness when suspicions arise about their...

Research with publication | 26-04-2018

Functional diagnosis in forensic psychiatry; A review in literature (full text only available in Dutch)

a literature study was conducted in search of transdiagnostic factors that would explain the onset and recurrence of...

Research with publication | 11-01-2016

Free will and criminal responsibility; (full text available only in Dutch)

 

Publication | 28-02-2013

Evaluation of the Dutch Hospital Orders Act; (full text available only in Dutch)

The Dutch Hospital Orders Act took effect in 1997. This Act regulates the internal legal position of mentally ill offenders...

Research with publication | 21-08-2009

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  • BT Hierarchical higher term
  • NT Hierarchical lower term
  • RT Associative term