Psychology of Murder

Psychology of Murder: Readings in Forensic Science

Edited by Professor R. Edward Geiselman, University of California, Los Angeles

The primary goal of this collection of readings is to expose the reader to the variety of roles carried out by forensic professionals who specialize in the study of murder.

Each paper has been prepared by practitioners who have drawn upon case examples to present their sub-areas of expertise. As such, this book informs the reader of current issues in the forensic psychology of murder through the experiences and perspectives of those who participate on the front lines.

The papers selected for inclusion in the book are organized around overlapping categories of murder that have received considerable attention from forensic professionals, legal scholars, and the media.

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ACFP Press, 342 pages, ISBN 0-935645-02-0, $50

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American Journal of Forensic Psychology
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