Part I: Basic Issues.
M.G. Brogdon, Sr., J.H. Adams, and R. Bahri, Psychology and the Law.
W.T. O'Donohue, K. Beitz, and E.R. Levensky, An Introduction to Psychology for Attorneys.
M. Lavin, Ethical Issues in Forensic Psychology.
J.E. Hecker and R.J. Scoular, Forensic Report Writing.
Part II: Assessment.
L. Eccleston and T. Ward, Assessment of Dangerousness and Criminal Responsibility.
R.J. Dempster, Issues in the Assessment, Communication, and Management of Risk for Violence.
K. Strosahl, Forensic and Ethical Issues in the Assessment and Treatment of the Suicidal Patient.
R. Roesch, J. Viljoen, and I. Hui, Assessing Intent and Criminal Responsibility.
J. Skeem, S.L. Golding, and P. Emke-Francis, Assessing Adjudicative Competency: Using Legal and Empirical Principles to Inform Practice.
C. Yury, R.A. Gentry, H. LeRoux, J.A. Buchanan, and J.E. Fisher, Assessing Mental Competency in the Elderly.
A.R. Bradley, Child Custody Evaluations.
M. Fanetti and R. Boles, Forensic Interviewing and Assessment Issues with Children.
A. McLearen, C.A. Pietz, and R.L. Denney, Evaluation of Psychological Damages.
K. Ferguson, Detecting Malingering in Forensic Neuropsychological Evaluations in Litigants with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.
E.V. Gifford, B.S. Kohlenberg, M.M. Piasecki, and E.J. Webber, The Forensic Assessment of Substance Abuse.
K. Treadwell and E. Foa, Assessment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Part III: Mental Disorders and Forensic Psychology.
S.G. Little, A. Akin-Little, and U.H. Mocniak, Conduct Disorders and Impulse Co