• Corpus ID: 141410065

Criminological and Forensic Psychology

  title={Criminological and Forensic Psychology},
  author={Helen Gavin},
  • H. Gavin
  • Published 20 December 2013
  • Psychology, Biology
PART 1: DEFINING CRIMINOLOGICAL AND FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY Chapter 1: Defining Forensic Psychology Chapter 2: Research Methods in Forensic Psychology PART 2: PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPLANATIONS OF CRIME Chapter 3: Theoretical Explanations of Crime Chapter 4: Who Commits Crime? The Criminal Mind Chapter 5: Juvenile Criminals PART 3: PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPLANATIONS OF SPECIFIC CRIME TYPES Chapter 6: The Psychology of Homicide Chapter 7:The Psychology of Terrorism Chapter 8t: Crimes of a Sexual Nature Chapter 9… 

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