Learning Forensic Assessment

Rebecca Jackson
Taylor & Francis, 8 oct. 2007 - 632 pages

Providing an excellent resource for forensic psychology undergraduate students, this book offers students the opportunity to learn from experts, through the collection of outstanding articles. Unlike other books in the area that are topic specific, it also gives them comprehensive coverage of the subject.

Divided into five broad topic areas, it covers:

  • professional issues
  • juvenile assessment
  • criminal forensic assessment
  • civil forensic assessment
  • pervasive issues – malingering and psychopathy.

Written by a group of internationally renowned contributors and including didactic information as well as providing discussions on practical issues regarding assessment and assessment instruments, this textbook will be invaluable reading for all students of forensic psychology.

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Rebecca Jackson is Director of the Forensic Certification Program and Assistant Director of the Joint PhD / J.D. Program in Psychology and Law at Pacific Graduate School of Psychology in Palo Alto, Calif. In 2004 she received the Director’s Award for Excellence in Research, Teaching, & Clinical Skill at the University of Washington School of Medicine.

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