Taking Psychology and Law into the Twenty-First Century [electronic resource] / by James R.P. Ogloff
- Ogloff, James R. P.
- New York, NY : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 2002.
- 1st ed. 2002.
- Physical Description:
- XXII, 413 pages 4 illustrations : online resource
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- SpringerLink (Online service)
- Acknowledgments -- Preface -- 1. Two Steps Forward and One Step Backward: The Law and Psychology Movement(s) in the 20th Century -- 2. Psychological Jurisprudence -- 3. Children, Psychology, and Law: Reflections on Past and Future Contributions to Science and Policy -- 4. Forensic Assessment: Current Status and Future Directions -- 5. Risk Assessment -- 6. Competency: Past, Present, and Future -- 7. Eyewitness Research -- 8. Jurors and Juries: A Review of the Field -- 9. Why do People Sue, and What are they Suing for?- 10. Psychological Issues in Civil Law -- 11. Evaluating Published Research in Psychology and Law: A Gatekeeper Analysis of Law and Human Behavior -- Index.
- During his term as President of APA-LS/Division 41, James Ogloff organized a comprehensive program of research reviews in the area of the law and psychology. Taking Psychology and Law into the Twenty-First Century is the product of that program. In these pages top scholars contribute chapters covering a wide range of topics including jurisprudence, competency, children, forensic risk assessment, eyewitness testimony, jurors and juries, lawsuits, and civil law. Also included is an introductory chapter by the editor. The result is a unique and comprehensive treatment of the issues at the confluence of these disciplines.
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