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  1. Assessment and Classification of Juvenile Offenders

    Guides readers through the process of assessing, classifying, and correcting delinquent and criminal behaviours exhibited by youth offenders. The text leverages scientific insight into human thought and behaviour, to demonstrate how criminality and delinquency can be treated by prompt and accurate evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment. Learn More
    £86.50

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  2. The Economics of Criminal Behavior

    Combating crime is a public policy issue which impacts our behaviour and our pocketbooks, while economic theory provides a set of analytical tools useful for discussing and solving some of the most pertinent issues of the day. This book brings these two areas together by reviewing specific criminal activity as it relates to our market structure. Learn More
    £116.00

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  3. When the Body Speaks

    Written specifically with the non-science major in mind, When the Body Speaks: An Introduction to Forensic Biology focuses specifically on the biological and chemical areas of forensic science. The text features material from several areas disciplines including pathology, forensic anthropology and odontology, entomology, and botany. Learn More
    £78.50

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  4. Activities for Teaching Psychology and Law

    Psychology instructors know that experiential activities help spark student interest and deepen their critical thinking skills and understanding of course content. This exciting compilation offers a wide variety of such activities for courses in psychology and law. With clear, detailed instructions, this book will enliven topics such as jury selection, criminal profiling, and eyewitness memory. Learn More
    £43.95

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  5. Legal and Criminological Psychology

    Understanding the behaviours and thoughts of criminals can be the key in a criminal investigation and is fundamental in prevention of crime. Figure out patterns of behaviour and offenders thought processes can give law officers a much needed advantage. This text provides an introduction to criminal psychology. Learn More
    £158.00

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  6. Social, Psychological, and Forensic Perspectives on Sexual Abuse

    Examines the prevalence, assessment, causes, and impacts of sexual violence from cultural, legal, psychosocial, theoretical, and medical viewpoints. Discussing difficult issues including forensic assessment, legal ramifications, mental health, risk assessment, and effects on family life, this book is aimed at researchers, mental health professionals, clinicians, and special educators. Learn More
    £181.00

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  7. Family Evaluation in Custody Litigation

    Presents a straightforward, step-by-step protocol for mental health professionals who evaluate child custody cases. This book explains the judicial and legal requirements of child custody evaluations; reviews the legal evidentiary standards that pertain to psychological testing, scientific evidence, and the expert witness testimony; and presents a clear, step-by-step evaluation protocol. Learn More
    £76.50

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  8. Violent Offenders

    Reviews the major changes in the risk assessment field, which include a much larger and richer empirical literature, a focus on dynamic risk management among supervised offenders, and commentaries on the use and effectiveness of expert clinical judgment in determining risk. Written with the authors' usual clarity and keen insight, this book is a must-read for all those working with offender populations who hope to eliminate recidivism. Learn More
    £87.50

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  9. The Psychology of Law

    Despite notable contributions in eyewitness identification and jury selection, most legal research done by psychologists has had a minimal impact upon law and public policy in the US. In this carefully-reasoned and compelling text, the authors explain how psychologists have failed to understand the law and the context in which it operates. Learn More
    £76.50

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  10. Introduction to Criminal Psychology

    Provides a upsychological perspective on criminal behavior. The book comprehensively introduces methods of understanding crime and delinquent behaviour from a psychological perspective, and considers various criminal behaviours, including violent crime, sexual crime, juvenile crime, drug abuse and collective violence. Learn More
    £153.00

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  11. Application of Criminal Psychology in Different Types of Crimes

    Discusses how criminal psychologists examine criminals such as robbers, rapists, white-collar criminals, and identity thieves, especially their thoughts, intentions, and motives, reactions, emotions and feelings when individuals engage in these criminal acts. Learn More
    £153.00

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  12. Forensic Psychology

    Examines various aspects of psychology, including an extensive historical overview of both psychology and forensic psychology. The book includes definitions of psychology, law, ideologies and strategies in relation to forensic psychology. It also discusses the role of forensic psychologists. Learn More
    £163.00

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  13. Understanding Necrophilia

    Designed to serve as a complete reference guide for psychiatrists, social workers, those working in law enforcement, and students of forensic medicine and psychology Understanding Necrophilia features the writing of experts from around the world who share professional, cultural, social, and legal insights on the subject. Learn More
    £153.00

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  14. Forensic Psychology 101


    Provides a brief, inexpensive, and engaging overview of the discipline to help the many students fascinated with this area of psychology get a better sense of the field and make more informed career choices.
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    £29.50

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  15. APA Handbook of Psychology and Juvenile Justice

    Consolidates and advances knowledge about the legal, scientific, and applied foundations of the juvenile justice system. In addition to an overview of the area, it contains coverage of relevant law; human development; patterns of offending; risk factors for offending; forensic assessment; interventions; and training and ethics. Learn More
    £217.00

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  16. Forensic Evaluation and Treatment of Juveniles

    A practical guide that will help psychologists answer important psycho-legal questions to properly assess and treat juvenile offenders. These guidelines primarily focus on disposition evaluations, which describe adolescent offenders and paths to rehabilitation, and transfer evaluations, which determine whether juveniles should be moved to adult courts. Learn More
    £76.50

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