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Dennis Howitt

Introduction to Forensic and Criminal Psychology

Auflage 7

Introduce your students to new research findings in the fascinating field of forensic and criminal psychology.

Introduction to Forensic and Criminal Psychology, 7th edition is the latest version of this widely praised book.

Demonstrating content from up-to-date research and empirical findings, this is a text that will keep your students engaged!

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Verlagsnummer: 9781292295794
ISBN: 978-1-292-29579-4
Produkttyp: eBook (PDF)
Verlag: Pearson
Erscheinungsdatum: 31.12.2021
Dateigröße in MB: 6.91
Auflage: 7
Sprache: Englisch


Discover more about the fascinating field of forensic and criminal psychology with this widely praised book, ideal for the students who want to understand how psychology relates to criminal justice and the law.

Introduction to Forensic and Criminal Psychology, 7th edition is an essential resource for students studying psychology, applied psychology, criminology, and other relevant subjects, providing a clear and comprehensive introduction to this developing discipline.

This market-leading text follows an accessible pedagogical approach, focusing on contextualising theory stemming from extensive, up-to-date research and key empirical findings. It covers major areas in the field, such as profile analysis, lie detecting, mental disorders and crime - among others. It also explores further relevant and significant research studies from the UK and international perspectives and introduces new, contemporary material such as the impact of COVID-19 on crime and police use of force.

The book aims to support your broader understanding of the key concepts surrounding the field, helping you develop your critical thinking skills and challenging group discussion in class.

Some of the helpful features introduced in the chapters are 'Key Concepts', 'Forensic Psychology in Action', and 'Controversies', which encourage a deeper understanding of the subject. The Overview section at the beginning of each chapter and the comprehensive list of figures and diagrams further support your learning experience on the extensive research data and theory developed.

Along with its comprehensive Glossary on key terms for easy reference, this is an invaluable tool for those who would like to follow a career in criminology and forensic psychology and is guaranteed to keep you engaged.