The handbook of forensic psychology
Authored by leading scholars and practitioners, this completely revised edition of the bestselling text and reference work covers every component of this rapidly-expanding field, including polygraph ("lie detection") testing and forensic uses of hypnosis.
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History of Forensic Psychology
Allen K Hess
Robert J Van Der Velde
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Sexual Murder: Catathymic and Compulsive Homicides
Louis B. Schlesinger
Limited preview - 2003
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