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Forensic Psychology

Crime, Justice, Law, Interventions

Davies, Graham M. / Beech, Anthony R. / Colloff, Melissa F. (Herausgeber)

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4. Auflage Februar 2024
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FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY

Complete introduction to forensic psychology and understanding psychology's expanding influence on the study of law, crime, and criminality

Highlighting the often-sizable gap between media myths surrounding forensic practice and reality, Forensic Psychology presents a broad range of topics within the field, including detailed treatments of the causes of crime, investigative methods, the trial process, and interventions with different types of offenders and offenses.

To aid in reader comprehension, this Fourth Edition is supplemented with additional online resource materials, including related links, multiple choice questions, and PowerPoint slides.

Authored by a wide range of experienced forensic psychology professionals and drawing on a wealth of experience from leading researchers and practitioners, Forensic Psychology includes information on:
* Psychological approaches to understanding crime and developmental and psychological theories of offending
* Contributions of neuroscience in understanding risk factors for offending and effects of interpersonal crime on victims
* Eyewitness evidence, psychopathy, interviewing witnesses and suspects, detecting deception, and offender profiling and crime linkage
* Interpersonal violence and stalking, judicial processes, safeguarding vulnerable witnesses, criminal responsibilities, and the role of the expert witness
* Rehabilitation of offenders, risk assessment, treating dangerous offenders, and interventions with female offenders and offenders with intellectual disabilities

With comprehensive coverage of the subject and its many important intricacies, the Fourth Edition of Forensic Psychology is essential reading for undergraduates' first encounter with the subject area and is also an excellent introduction for more specialized postgraduate courses.

Contributors xix

Preface to the Fourth Edition xxiii

About the Editors xxv

About the Companion Website xxvi

Theory and Practice in Forensic Psychology 1
Graham M. Davies, Anthony R. Beech, and Melissa F. Colloff

Part 1 The Causes of Crime 25

Chapter 1A Psychological Approaches to Understanding Crime 27
Emma J. Palmer

Chapter 1B Developmental and Psychological Theories of Offending 49
David P. Farrington

Chapter 2 Psychopathy 77
Steven M. Gillespie and Carlo Garofalo

Chapter 3 Understanding Risk factors for Offending: The Contributions of Neuroscience 103
Lilia Psalta, Anthony R. Beech, and Adrian Raine

Chapter 4 Effects of Interpersonal Crime on Victims 137
Catherine Hamilton-Giachritsis and Emma Sleath

Part 2 Investigating Crime 173

Chapter 5 Criminal Investigation and Decision Making 175
Neil Shortland and Laurence Alison

Chapter 6 Eyewitness Evidence 199
Melissa F. Colloff, Heather D. Flowe, and Tia C. Bennett

Chapter 7 Interviewing Witnesses 233
Allison P. Mugno, Lindsay C. Malloy, and David J. La Rooy

Chapter 8 Interviewing Suspects 265
Erik Mac Giolla and Pär Anders Granhag

Chapter 9 Detecting Deception 289
Pär Anders Granhag and Maria Hartwig

Chapter 10 Offender Profiling and Crime Linkage 313
Jessica Woodhams, Matthew Tonkin, and Amy Burrell

Chapter 11 Interpersonal Violence and Stalking 337
Louise Dixon and Erica Bowen

Chapter 12 Terrorism 367
Max Taylor

Part 3 The Trial Process 393

Chapter 13 Judicial Processes 395
Jacqueline M. Wheatcroft

Chapter 14 Safeguarding Vulnerable Witnesses 425
Graham M. Davies and Rachel Wilcock

Chapter 15 Criminal Responsibility and Legal Insanity 457
John M. Fabian

Chapter 16 The Role of the Expert Witness 481
Daniel T. Wilcox and Leam A. Craig

Part 4 Dealing with Offenders 507

Chapter 17 The Rehabilitation of Corrections Clients: Good Lives and Risk Reduction 509
Tony Ward, Gwenda M. Willis, and David S. Prescott

Chapter 18 Risk Assessment 539
Anthony R. Beech and Ruth M. Hatcher

Chapter 19 Treating Dangerous Offenders 569
Leigh Harkins, Adam J. Carter, Andrea Jackson, and Jayson Ware

Chapter 20 Interventions with Justice-Involved Girls and Women 603
Franca Cortoni and Nathalie M. G. Fontaine

Chapter 21 Interventions for Offenders with Intellectual Disabilities 627
John L. Taylor and Ian Freckelton

Chapter 22 Working with Mental Health Issues in People Who Have Offended 659
Jason Davies and Claire Nagi

Chapter 23 Modifying Risk Factors, Building Strengths 691
Corine de Ruiter and Vivienne de Vogel

Part 5 Forensic Psychology: Emerging Issues, Future Challenges 713

Chapter 24.1 The Utility of Cyberpsychology and Forensic Cyberpsychology 715
Mary Aiken

Chapter 24.2 Data-Driven Policing 719
Kari Davies

Chapter 24.3 The Cognitive Neuroscience of Eyewitness Identification 723
John T. Wixted

Chapter 24.4 Targets of Explanation in Correctional and Forensic Psychology 727
Tony Ward

Chapter 24.5 Future Directions in Treatment: What Might Work for Whom, Where, and When? 730
Jason Davies

Chapter 24.6 Cultural Responsivity Considerations in the Assessment and Treatment of Justice-Involved Populations 734
Ida Dickie

Chapter 24.7 Future Approaches to Personality Difficulties, Trauma, and Reducing the Risk of Reoffending 737
Jackie Craissati

Index 741
Professor Graham M. Davies, Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour, University of Leicester, United Kingdom.

Professor Anthony R. Beech, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Dr. Melissa F. Colloff, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.

G. M. Davies, North East London Polytechnic; A. R. Beech, University of Birmingham