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  • Author(s) Belinda Winder; Philip Banyard
  • Edition1
  • Published09162017
  • PublisherBloomsbury UK
  • ISBN9781349925193
From burglary to stalking, A Psychologist's Casebook of Crime is the indispensable book for forensic psychology students. It tackles a wide range of offences such as arson, domestic violence, terrorism and murder, and its A to Z format provides all of the important information in a readily accessible way. Its chapter structure allows you to compare different crimes according to facts, figures and typical offender profiles, while providing fascinating case studies and a psychological perspective specific to each crime. With contributions from authors who are experts in their field, this innovative text provides an up-to-date review of how forensic psychologists think about and deal with a variety of crimes. This accessible student-friendly book is the perfect accompaniment for anyone wishing to learn more about forensic psychology.

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  • Author(s) Belinda Winder; Philip Banyard
  • Edition1
  • Published09162017
  • PublisherBloomsbury UK
  • ISBN9781349925193
From burglary to stalking, A Psychologist's Casebook of Crime is the indispensable book for forensic psychology students. It tackles a wide range of offences such as arson, domestic violence, terrorism and murder, and its A to Z format provides all of the important information in a readily accessible way. Its chapter structure allows you to compare different crimes according to facts, figures and typical offender profiles, while providing fascinating case studies and a psychological perspective specific to each crime. With contributions from authors who are experts in their field, this innovative text provides an up-to-date review of how forensic psychologists think about and deal with a variety of crimes. This accessible student-friendly book is the perfect accompaniment for anyone wishing to learn more about forensic psychology.
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