Use this subject guide to help you get started with your research in forensic psychology. It includes books, research databases, journals and links to useful websites.
Last Updated: Jan 6, 2014
APA college dictionary of psychology
Call Number: REF BF 31 .A648
APA dictionary of psychology
Call Number: REF BF31 .A63
Encyclopedia of cross-cultural psychology
Call Number: REF GN 502 .E58 2013
The concise Corsini encyclopedia of psychology and behavioral science
Call Number: Electronic Book
Corpus juris secundum
Call Number: REF KF65 .A512
Complete encyclopedic restatement of American law based on reported cases from 1658 to date.
Encyclopedia of forensic and legal medicine
Call Number: REF RA1017 .E53
A diverse yet comprehensive work intended for medical practitioners with forensic needs.
Encyclopedia of forensic science
Call Number: REF HV8073 .B425
Encyclopedia of law enforcement
Call Number: REF HV7921 .E53
Vol. 1 “State and Local” covers a wide range of law enforcement topics. Vol. 2 focuses federal government. Vol. 3 is organized mainly by country.
Forensic science: An encyclopedia of history, methods, and techniques
Call Number: REF HV873 .T55
Short entries “provide a historical and technical frame of reference.”
Handbooks present a
comprehensive survey of theory and research and are useful places to
start a research paper. The titles listed below are representative of
many that are available in the Marymount Library.
Clinical handbook of psychiatry and the law.
Call Number: REF KF2910 .P75 G87
Forensic psychology and neuropsychiatry in criminal and civil cases
Call Number: RA1148 .F5573
Handbook of forensic neuropsychology.
Call Number: RA1147.5 .H36
Handbook of psychology of investigative interviewing: Current developments and future directions
Call Number: HV8073 .H258
Psychological evaluations for the courts. A handbook for mental health professionals and lawyers.
Call Number: KF8922 .P77 2007
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