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Applied Criminal Psychology [electronic resource] : A Guide to Forensic Behavioral Sciences.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780398078423Publication details: Springfield : Charles C Thomas, 2009.ISBN:
  • 9780398085513
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Applied Criminal Psychology : A Guide to Forensic Behavioral SciencesDDC classification:
  • 364.3
LOC classification:
  • HV6080.A69 2009
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Contents:
CONTENTS; Part A-CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR AND MENTALDISORDER; Chapter One: MENTAL DISORDERS AND CRIMINALBEHAVIOR; Chapter Two: ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIORS ANDPERSONALITY DISORDERS; Chapter Three: THE ROLE OF THE FORENSICPSYCHOLOGIST; Chapter Four: RISK ASSESSMENT; Part B-DECEIT, MEMORY, ANDCONFESSIONS; Chapter Five: THE DETECTION OF DECEIT; Chapter Six: EYEWITNESS MEMORY; Chapter Seven: COGNITIVE INTERVIEWING; Chapter Eight: FORENSIC HYPNOSIS; Chapter Nine: FALSE CONFESSIONS; Part C- INVESTIGATING OR RESPONDINGTO CRIME; Chapter Eleven: PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOPSY; Chapter Twelve: CRISIS NEGOTIATION; INDEX;
Summary: Forensic psychology is a thriving subject with a dedicated focus beginning to emerge on the issue of crime from the discipline of psychology. Applied Criminal Psychology provides the reader with a comprehensive and practical guide to psychological research and techniques. Major topics include: (1) mental disorders and criminal behavior, antisocial behavior and personality disorders, the role of the forensic psychologist, risk and assessment; (2) the detection of deceit, eyewitness testimony, cognitive interviewing, forensic hypnosis, false confessions; and (3) criminal profiling, psychological
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CONTENTS; Part A-CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR AND MENTALDISORDER; Chapter One: MENTAL DISORDERS AND CRIMINALBEHAVIOR; Chapter Two: ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIORS ANDPERSONALITY DISORDERS; Chapter Three: THE ROLE OF THE FORENSICPSYCHOLOGIST; Chapter Four: RISK ASSESSMENT; Part B-DECEIT, MEMORY, ANDCONFESSIONS; Chapter Five: THE DETECTION OF DECEIT; Chapter Six: EYEWITNESS MEMORY; Chapter Seven: COGNITIVE INTERVIEWING; Chapter Eight: FORENSIC HYPNOSIS; Chapter Nine: FALSE CONFESSIONS; Part C- INVESTIGATING OR RESPONDINGTO CRIME; Chapter Eleven: PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOPSY; Chapter Twelve: CRISIS NEGOTIATION; INDEX;

Forensic psychology is a thriving subject with a dedicated focus beginning to emerge on the issue of crime from the discipline of psychology. Applied Criminal Psychology provides the reader with a comprehensive and practical guide to psychological research and techniques. Major topics include: (1) mental disorders and criminal behavior, antisocial behavior and personality disorders, the role of the forensic psychologist, risk and assessment; (2) the detection of deceit, eyewitness testimony, cognitive interviewing, forensic hypnosis, false confessions; and (3) criminal profiling, psychological