By Adrian Needs,Graham J. Towl
- Illustrates the wide range of functions of psychology to the legal and civil justice system.
- Gives examples of ways forensic psychology can gain not just from medical and criminological ways, but in addition from the insights of occupational, cognitive, developmental and social psychology.
- Many of the chapters introduce readers to parts that have now not obtained vast assurance elsewhere.
- Includes new instructions in forensic practice.
- Chapters draw out the results for execs operating within the field.
- Contributors contain either lecturers and practitioners.
- Reflects either the scope and the possibility of forensic psychology.
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