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Research methods in forensic psychology

Author: Barry Rosenfeld; Steven Penrod
Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, [©2011]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
"Focusing exclusively on research methods in the burgeoning field of forensic psychology, this one-of-a-kind guide demonstrates how to apply generally used research methods to address specific concerns of forensic specialists. This comprehensive text provides specific advice on topics particular to forensic specialists, such as polygraphs, child testimony, eyewitness accuracy, and affects of interrogation, making  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Barry Rosenfeld; Steven Penrod
ISBN: 9780470249826 047024982X
OCLC Number: 319499506
Description: xvi, 535 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: General issues in forensic research. Legal research techniques for social scientists (Jennifer K. Robbennolt and Stephanie Davidson) --
Measure development in forensic psychology (Barry Rosenfeld, John Edens, and Sara Lowmaster) --
Meta-analysis (Siegfried L. Sporer and Lawrence D. Cohn) --
Forensic psychological research and the internet (Tarika Daftary-Kapur and Sarah Greathouse) --
Statistical principles in forensic research (Jennifer Groscup) --
Criminal law --
pretrial issues : criminal investigations and pretrial forensic assessment. Research methods for psychophysiological deception detention (Charles R. Honts and John C. Kircher) --
Criminal profiling (C. Gabrielle Salfati) --
Methods in deception detection research (Maria Hartwig) --
Competency to stand trial and criminal responsibility research (Patricia Zapf, Debbie Green, and Barry Rosenfeld) --
Research methods for the assessment of malingering (Richard Rogers and Nathan D. Gillard) --
Criminal law --
trial issues. Jury research methods (Steven D. Penrod, Margaret Bull Kovera, and Jennifer Grosup) --
Trial consulting in hight-publicity cases (Lisa Spano, Tarika Daftary-Kapur, and Steven D. Penrod) --
Eyewitness identification research : strengths and weaknesses of alternative methods (Gary L. Wells and Steven D. Penrod) --
Children's eyewitness memory : methodological issues (Gail S. Goodman, Margaret-Ellen Pipe, and Kelly McWilliams) --
Procedural justice : theory and method (Larry Heuer and Diane Sivasubramaniam) --
Criminal Law --
post-trial issues and special populations. Conducting psychotherapy outcome research in forensic settings (Barry Rosenfeld, Kathryn Byars, and Michele Galietta) --
Research methods in violence risk assessment (Kevin S. Douglas, Jennifer L. Skeem, and Elizabeth Nicholson) --
Psychopathy in forensic psychology : assessment and methodology (Ross D. Grimes, Zina Lee, and Randall T. Salekin) --
Sex offender research in a forensic context (Robert A. Prentky, Raina Lamade, and Anna Coward) --
Special populations : juvenile offenders (Keith R. Cruise and Ekaterina Pivovarova) --
Research with offenders with intellectual disability (Debra Chen, Karen Salekin, J. Gregory Olley, and Soloman M. Fulero) --
Civil and family law issues. Decisional competence to consent to or refuse mental health treatment (Eric B. Elbogen) --
Methodological issues in divorce mediation research (Robert E. Emery and David A. Sbarra) --
Research on intimate partner violence in forensically relevant context methodological challenges and controversies (Mindy B. Mechanic) --
Research on child abuse and neglect (Cathy Spatz Widom and Elise C. Landry).
Responsibility: edited by Barry Rosenfeld, Steven D. Penrod.


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