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Introduction to Forensic and Criminal Psychology | Paperback

Released on 14 November 2005

Author: Dennis Howitt | Format: Paperback

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"Forensic and Criminal Psychology" is an engaging introduction to an increasingly popular subject. It is comprehensive, detailed, and written with students in mind. With its effective organization and useful features, the book ensures readers become comfortable with theory whilst describing the practical nature of forensic psychology. "Forensic and Criminal Psychology" remains the best introduction to the field. The 2nd edition has been substantially extended with the addition of new and up-to-date material from the latest research together with new chapters on property crime and victims. The key features include: key research studies and theories that are described in depth; issues important to the professional work of forensic psychologists discussed in detail; and the explanation of the crucial aspects of the law as it affects Forensic and Criminal Psychology research and practice. The book has a strongly international perspective.The helpful stepping stones includes: each chapter starts with a detailed summary; key points are highlighted at the end of each chapter; and special topics are dealt with in numerous boxes grouped around the major themes of Forensic Psychology in Action, Key Concepts, and Controversies. A companion website is available to enhance the study experience. Dennis Howitt is Reader in Applied Psychology at Loughborough University.

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AuthorDennis Howitt
PublisherPearson Education Limited (United States)
Year2005
ISBN9780131297586
FormatPaperback - 472 Pages