This book illustrates the wide variety of applications of psychology to the criminal and civil justice system.
Illustrates the wide variety of applications of psychology to the criminal and civil justice system.
Gives examples of how forensic psychology can benefit not only from clinical and criminological approaches, but also from the insights of occupational, cognitive, developmental and social psychology.
Many of the chapters introduce readers to areas which have not received extensive coverage elsewhere.
Includes new directions in forensic practice.
Chapters draw out the implications for professionals working in the field.
Contributors include both academics and practitioners.
Reflects both the scope and the potential of forensic psychology.