Making Prisoners Accountable Are Contingency Management Programs the Answer

@inproceedings{Gendreau2014MakingPA,
  title={Making Prisoners Accountable Are Contingency Management Programs the Answer},
  author={Paul Gendreau and Shelley Johnson Listwan and Joseph B. Kuhns and M. Lyn Exum},
  year={2014}
}
There has been a renewed interest among some prison policy makers to hold inmates more accountable for their actions. The belief is that inmates require more structure and discipline in their daily activities and must demonstrate that they have earned privileges that can lead to their early release. A meta-analysis and narrative review was undertaken to determine the utility of contingency management (CM) programs for improving inmates’ performance (e.g., prison adjustment, educational/work… CONTINUE READING

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