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AbstractIntroductory part of the dissertation reveals psychological criminal behavior theories, psychological mechanisms of adults’ criminal behavior learning, their criminal behavior risk factors and peculiarities of social information processing associated with criminal behavior. The secondary supra data analysis of individual cognitive corrective behavioral programme One-to-One is carried out in empirical part of the dissertation. The data is processed by both quantitative and qualitative data analysis methods. Peculiarities of social information processing associated with criminal behavior in stages of interpretation and potential response generation of 161 convicted adult male are assessed and compared between groups of offenders who have committed different crimes. The effect of criminal experience on their social information processing is also assessed. Some aspects of social information processing are compared between groups of convicts and 50 non-convicts (control group) adults. Dissertation consists of: introduction, literature review, methods, results, discussion, conclusions, references, acknowledgement, appendix, list of the main publications. Components: 185 pages of text without appendixes, 33 figures, 31 tables, 170 bibliographical references, 9 appendixes.