Third Edition   ©2018

Forensic and Legal Psychology

Psychological Science Applied to Law

Mark Costanzo (Claremont McKenna College) , Daniel Krauss (Claremont McKenna College)

  • ISBN-10: 1-319-06031-5; ISBN-13: 978-1-319-06031-2; Format: Cloth Text, 560 pages

CHAPTER 1: PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW: A CAUTIOUS ALLIANCE
CHAPTER 2: INTERROGATIONS AND CONFESSIONS
CHAPTER 3: LIE DETECTION
CHAPTER 4: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF FORENSIC IDENTIFICATION: DNA, FINGERPRINTS, AND PHYSICAL TRACE EVIDENCE
CHAPTER 5: CRIMINAL PROFILING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOPSIES
CHAPTER 6: CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE: INTERVIEWING CHILDREN AND THE RECOVERED MEMORIES OF ADULTS
CHAPTER 7: EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION AND TESTIMONY
CHAPTER 8: COMPETENCY TO STAND TRIAL
CHAPTER 9: JURY SELECTION AND TRIAL PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 10: THE INSANITY DEFENSE
CHAPTER 11: BATTERED WOMAN SYNDROME, RAPE TRAUMA SYNDROME, AND POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
CHAPTER 12: JURIES AND JUDGES AS DECISION MAKERS
CHAPTER 13: CHILD CUSTODY DISPUTES
CHAPTER 14: WORKPLACE LAW: HARASSMENT, DISCRIMINATION, AND FAIRNESS
CHAPTER 15: PREDICTING VIOLENT BEHAVIOR: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RISK ASSESSMENT
CHAPTER 16: CORRECTIONS: SENTENCING, IMPRISONMENT, AND ALTERNATIVES
CHAPTER 17: THE DEATH PENALTY