Psychology, psychiatry, and the law: a clinical and forensic handbook
Charles Patrick Ewing
Professional Resource Exchange, 1985 - Law - 568 pages
A classic resource for over 15 years. Psychology and psychiatry are discussed in relation to criminal justice, civil commitment, family law, tort law, and workers' compensation. Other sections cover such topics as being an expert witness, use of the behavioral sciences in jury selection and truth detection, and legal regulation of mental health practice.
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