Criminal psychology: a beginner's guide
Oneworld Publications, 2006 - Psychology - 194 pages
From the signals which reveal we are lying to the psychological profiling of violent offenders, Professor Ray Bull and his team of experts demonstrate how understanding the mind can be a key tool in the fight against criminality. Covering prisons and prisoners, police methods, how evidence is gathered, and the reliability of witnesses, this book provides an authoritative introduction to the fascinating research and theory underpinning modern criminal psychology.
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