Forensic Psychology: A Student's Handbook
"Forensic Psychology: A Student's Handbook" is a comprehensive textbook that provides an overview of the field of forensic psychology. The book covers the key concepts, theories, and research findings in forensic psychology, including topics such as criminal behavior, eyewitness testimony, jury decision making, risk assessment, and the psychological effects of crime. It also explores the various applications of forensic psychology, such as in criminal investigations, court proceedings, and correctional settings. The book is designed to be a valuable resource for undergraduate and graduate students studying forensic psychology or related fields, as well as for professionals seeking to expand their knowledge in this area. It is written in a clear and accessible style, and includes numerous examples, case studies, and illustrations to help students understand and apply the material. Additionally, the book includes study questions, summaries, and further readings to help students review and reinforce their understanding of the material. The book is written by a team of experienced forensic psychologists and educators, who bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the topic. It is intended to provide a solid foundation in forensic psychology and to serve as a reference for students throughout their studies in the field.