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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Psychology and Law: A Critical Introduction 4th ed isbn 9781107650848

Psychology and Law: A Critical Introduction 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9780521707732
New Edition ISBN: 9781107650848
Previous Edition ISBN: 052182530X
Published: January 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Fully revised and expanded, the third edition of Psychology and Law: A Critical Introduction is an up-to-date discussion of contemporary debates at the interface between psychology and criminal law. Features new sections on restorative justice, police prejudice and discrimination, terrorism and profiling offenders.

Other topics include critiques of eyewitness testimony, the role of the jury, sentencing as a human process, the psychologist as expert witness, persuasion in the courtroom, detecting deception, and psychology and the police. Each chapter is supported by case studies and further reading.

Andreas Kapardis draws on sources from Europe, North America and Australia to provide an expert investigation of the subjectivity and human fallibility inherent in our systems of justice. He suggests ways for minimising undesirable influences on crucial judicial decision-making. International and broad-ranging, this book is the authoritative work on psycho-legal enquiry for students and professionals in psychology, law, criminology, social work and law enforcement.

Criminal Law, Jurisprudence
List of case studies;
Foreword David P. Farrington;
1. Psycho-legal research: an introduction;
2. Eyewitnesses: key issues and event characteristics;
3. Eyewitnesses: the perpetrator and interviewing;
4. Children as witnesses;
5. The jury;
6. Sentencing as a human process, victims, and restorative justice;
7. The psychologists as expert witnesses;
8. Detecting deception;
9. Witness recognition procedures;
10. Psychology and the police.