Faculty Book: Patricia Zapf

Patricia Zapf, Ronald Roesch, and Stephen D. Hart

Forensic Psychology and Law
(Wiley, 2010)

Focusing on the vital aspects of the field of forensic psychology, Zapf's text provides advanced undergraduate and graduate students and professional forensic psychologists with the latest theory, research, and practice in this quickly growing field. The text covers such important and often debated topics as assessment, eyewitness identification, psychology of jury selection, and ethical issues. Patricia Zapf (Assoc. Prof., John Jay) is on the doctoral faculty in criminal justice and psychology.

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Submitted on: DEC 21, 2010

Category: Criminal Justice, Faculty Books, Psychology