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PART I: Introduction
CHAPTER 1: Introduction to Forensic Psychology
Chapter Objectives
Forensic Psychology: An Overview
Brief History of Forensic Psychology
Forensic Psychology Today
Forensic Psychology, Forensic Psychiatry, and Forensic Social Work
Careers in Psychology
Forensic Psychology as a Specialty
Research and Practice Careers in Forensic Psychology
PART II: Police and Investigative Psychology
CHAPTER 2: Psychology of Police and Public Safety
Forensic Assessment in Police and Public Safety Psychology
Psychological Intervention Responsibilities
Operational Responsibilities
Consulting and Research Activities
CHAPTER 3: Psychology of Investigations
Profiling
Problems with Profiling
Police Interviewing and Interrogation
Detection of Deception
Forensic Hypnosis
Eyewitness Evidence
PART III: Legal Psychology
CHAPTER 4: Consulting and Testifying
Chapter Objectives
Court Structure and Jurisdiction
The Judicial Process
The Assessment of Risk
Trial and Litigation Consultation
Expert Testimony
Surviving the Witness Stand
CHAPTER 5: Consulting With Criminal Courts
Competency to Stand Trial
Insanity
Other Defenses Pertaining to Criminal Conduct
Sentencing Evaluations
Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predators
CHAPTER 6: Family Law and Other Forms of Civil Litigation
Child Custody Evaluations
Forensic Psychology and Civil Litigation
Civil Capacities
Involuntary Civil Commitment
Sexual and Gender Harassment
PART IV: Criminal Psychology
CHAPTER 7: The Development of Delinquent and Criminal Behavior
The Juvenile Offender
The Nature and Extent of Juvenile Offending
The Developmental Perspective
A Developmental Dual Systems Model of Adolescent Risk Taking
Developmental Factors in the Formation of Persistent Criminal Behavior
Biological Factors
Additional Social Developmental Influences
Juvenile Firesetting: An Illustration of Developmental Perspective
The Criminal Psychopath
Juvenile Psychopathy
The Female Psychopath
Racial/Ethnic Differences
CHAPTER 8: Psychology of Violence and Intimidation
UCR Data on Violent Crime
The Effects of Violent Media
Threat Assessment
Workplace Violence
Criminal Homicide
Hate or Bias Crimes
Stalking: The Crime of Intimidation
CHAPTER 9: Psychology of Sexual Assault
Definitions of Sexual Assault and Rape
Date Rape
Demographics of Men who Rape
Typologies of Men who Rape
The Massachusetts Treatment Center Rapist Typology
MTC: R3
The Groth Rapist Typology
Pedophilia
Female Sex Offender Typologies
Online Sexual Predators
Juvenile Sex Offenders
Recidivism Rates of Sex Offenders
Assessment of Sex Offenders
PART V: Victimology and Victim Services
CHAPTER 10: Forensic Psychology and Victims of Crime and Other Wrongs
Multiculturalism and Victimization
Legal Rights of Victims
Crime Victimization Data
Psychological Effects of Criminal Victimization
Homicide Victimization
Sexual Assault Victimization
Additional Victimization Data
Child Sexual Abuse
Internet Victimization
Property Crime Victimization
CHAPTER 11: Family Violence, Abuse, and Victimization
Intimate Partner and Family Violence
Child Abuse
Repressed and Recovered Memories
Roles of Forensic Psychologist in Child Abuse Cases
Child Abductions
Elder Abuse and Neglect
PART VI: Correctional Psychology
CHAPTER 12: Correctional Psychology in Adult Settings
Institutional Corrections
Overview of Correctional Facilities
Legal Rights of Inmates
Roles of Correctional Psychologists
Psychological Assessment in Corrections
Treatment and Rehabilitation in Correctional Facilities
Treatment of Special Populations
Obstacles to the Treatment of Inmates and Staff
Community-Based Corrections
CHAPTER 13: Juvenile Justice and Corrections
A Brief History of the Juvenile Court
Juvenile Assessment: An Overview
Juvenile Amenability to Rehabilitation
Out-of-Home Placements
Psychological Treatment in Juvenile Facilities
Approaches to Rehabilitation