44 of 45 people found the following review helpful
To start with I don't think I've ever read such an up to date and detailed book on this topic and I think I've read them all. The book consists of 16 chapters on issues that are at the moment very central in forensic psychology (e.g. stalking, profiling and amnesia). In fact, the title is a bit misleading and should rather have emphasised the range of topics that are covered in the book. Further, the text is built up on several years of empirical research conducted around the world, not just at the University of Liverpool where the editor originates from.
For a researcher the book provides an excellent look at the current and past research literature and for a clinical practitioner it… Read more