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Forensic Psychology and Lawby Ronald Roesch (Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC); Patricia A. Zapf (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY); Stephen D. Hart (Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC)
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With the growth in knowledge and expertise in forensic psychology, many students are choosing to concentrate in the area, and more established psychology professionals are entering the field every day. Focusing on the vital aspects of forensic psychology, Forensic Psychology and Law provides advanced undergraduate and graduate students with the latest theory, research, and practice in the field. The text covers such important topics as assessment, eyewitness identification, psychology of jury selection, and ethical issues.
Stephen D. Hart is Professor of Psychology at Simon Fraser University.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Psychology and Law: Civil and Criminal Applications|
|Forensic Assessment in Criminal Domains|
|Forensic Assessment in Civil Domains|
|Police Investigations, Interrogations, and Confessions|
|Juries and Legal Decision Making|
|Juveniles in the Legal System|
|Psychology, Law, and Public Policy|
|Ethics and Professional Issues|
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