Handbook of Psychology and Law

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The field of psychology and law is rapidly growing. Psycholegal researchers are now investigating a wide range of topics in criminal and civil law. For example, clinical and developmental psychologists are examining psycholegal family issues, neurophysiological psychologists are studying the legal implication of environmental toxicology, and social and environmental psychologists are studying the perceptions and assumptions involved in invasions of privacy by criminals or by law enforcement agents. This handbook, compiled ...

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Handbook of Psychology and Law
2013, Springer, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781475740400

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Handbook of Psychology and Law
1991, Springer, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780387975689

1992 edition

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