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9780130169853

Forensic and Criminal Psychology
Forensic and Criminal Psychology
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  • ISBN-13: 9780130169853
  • ISBN: 0130169854
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  • Publisher: Prentice Hall (UK)

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This book provides a thorough introduction to the major issues and findings of modern forensic and criminal psychology. The lively text is designed to maximise its practical usefulness to students of the field at any level. It is the most comprehensive single volume covering the broadest range of issues from the childhood of offenders through to assessing risk of future offending. All stages of the process are covered, including police psychology, investigative psychology, interviewing, judges and juries, prison and many other topics. Defines the field of forensic and criminal psychology Emphasises relevant theory Explains major practitioner issues Includes boxes to supplement the main text Gives detailed descriptions of important research Provides international coverage reflecting the interest of psychologists in the field worldwide Suitable for students from a variety of backgroundsDennis Howitt is the author of 'Forensic and Criminal Psychology' with ISBN 9780130169853 and ISBN 0130169854.

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