Introduction to Forensic Psychology Clinical and Social Psychological Perspectives
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Description: This text provides a complete overview of the applications of psychology to the law. Forensic psychology, which has been practiced for less than half a century, has grown so rapidly that there is now a need for an integrated text that reflects the state of the field. Incorporating the contributions of social and clinical psychology, this new text presents the material with an objective view towards the complete scope of the subject matter. In its clear coverage of the fundamentals of this field, it is an invaluable introduction for students, as well as a reference for practitioners.
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List price: $129.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publication date: 11/30/2003
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|What is Forensic Psychology?|
|Introduction to Forensic Psychology|
|Models of Legal Systems|
|Admissibility of Expert Testimony|
|Understanding the Criminal Mind|
|Competency to Stand Trial|
|Self-Defense and Syndrome Testimony|
|Clinical Assessment in Forensic Settings|
|Psychological Interventions in Forensic Settings|
|Can Psychologists Measure Pain and Suffering?|
|Civil Law and Personal Injury|
|Involuntary Commitment and Other Civil Liberties|
|Family Law and Fitness to Parent|
|Marriage and Divorce|
|Access to, and Protection of, Children|
|Protection of Abused Children, the Mentally and Physically Challenged, and the Elderly|
|Reproductive Rights and the Law|
|Legal Rights of Children|
|Legal Consultation Based on Social Psychology|
|Discrimination and Sexual Harassment|
|Jury Selection and Trial Consultation|
|Practical Tips for Forensic Psychology Experts|
|Forensic Experts and Attorneys: Communication Process|
|Risk Management in Forensic Psychology Practice|