Handbook of Forensic Psychology

Handbook of Forensic Psychology

Book - 1987
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This, the first handbook of its kind to provide wide-ranging background material on the history and dimensions of forensic psychology, illustrates the application of professional practice to civil and criminal justice proceedings. By describing how to communicate findings as a professional witness, the book gives treatment approaches to different criminal populations and defines terms of ethical practice. Important topics covered are competency determination, police consultation, assessing educational and injury disabilities, lie detection, jury selection, predicting violence and hypnosis in law enforcement.
Publisher: New York : J. Wiley, [1987]
ISBN: 9780471817352
Branch Call Number: RA1148 .H36 1987
Characteristics: xv, 725 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Hess, Allen K. 1945-
Weiner, Irving B.


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