Introduction to Forensic Psychology
Court, Law Enforcement, and Correctional PracticesBy
- Stacey Shipley, North Texas State Hospital, Vernon, U.S.A.
- Bruce Arrigo, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, U.S.A.
This edition of Introduction to Forensic Psychology has been completely restructured to map to how courses on forensic psychology are taught, and features more figures, tables, and text boxes, textbook pedagogy. Uniquely. this book offers equal representation of criminal behavior, the court systems, and law enforcement/prisons. It also has equal representation of criminal and civic forensics and of issues pertaining to adults and children.
Professors teaching introduction to forensic psychology, libraries.
Hardbound, 720 Pages
Published: August 2012
Imprint: Academic Press
About the Authors
Part I: Adult Forensics
Court and the Legal System: Criminal Forensic Evaluation
Chapter 1 - Adult Forensic EvaluationCourt and the Legal System: Criminal Forensic Consultation
Chapter 2 - Adult Forensic ConsultationCourt and the Legal System: Civil Forensics
Chapter 3 - Civil ForensicsPolice and Law Enforcement
Chapter 4 - Adult Issues in PolicingCorrections and Prison Practices
Chapter 5 - Adult Issues in Corrections Psychology
Part II: Juvenile ForensicsCourts and the Legal System: Delinquent Conduct
Chapter 6 - Juvenile/Family Forensics
Court and the Legal System: Civil Forensics
Chapter 7 - Juvenile/Family Forensics
Police and Corrections Practices
Chapter 8 - Juvenile Issues in Policing and Correctional Psychology
Part III: Family Forensics
Court and the Legal System: Criminal Forensics
Chapter 9 - Violence in the FamilyCourt and the Legal System: Civil Forensics
Chapter 10 - Family ForensicsPolice and Law Enforcement
Chapter 11 - Family/Community Issues in PolicingCorrections and Prison Practices
Chapter 12 - Family/Community Issues in Corrections/Correctional PsychologyReferences