From burglary to stalking, A Psychologist's Casebook of Crime is the indispensable book for forensic psychology students. It tackles a wide range of offences such as arson, domestic violence, terrorism, and murder, and its A to Z format provides all of the important information in a readily accessible way. Its chapter structure allows you to compare different crimes according to facts, figures and typical offender profiles, while providing fascinating case studies and a psychological perspective specific to each crime.
With contributions from authors who are experts in their field, this innovative text provides an up-to-date review of how forensic psychologists think about and deal with a variety of crimes. This accessible student-friendly book is the perfect accompaniment for anyone wishing to learn more about forensic psychology.
About the Editors:
BELINDA WINDER is Senior Lecturer and the Program Leader for Combined Honors Psychology Program Leader at Nottingham Trent University, including the Psychology with Criminology undergraduate program. She also teaches the level 3 and post-graduate module Criminological Psychology and is currently involved in developing an MSc in Forensic Psychology at NTU.
PHILIP BANYARD is a Reader in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University, UK. He has written numerous articles for teachers and students of psychology, and teaches Introductory Psychology and Applied Psychology modules.