M. C. Watt. Explorations in Forensic Psychology: Cases in Criminal and Abnormal Behaviour

M. C. Watt. Explorations in Forensic Psychology: Cases in Criminal and Abnormal Behaviour J Police Crim Psych (2017) 32:247–250 DOI 10.1007/s11896-016-9217-6 M. C. Watt. Explorations in Forensic Psychology: Cases in Criminal and Abnormal Behaviour Nelson Education Ltd., 2015, (ISBN 978-0-17-653226-0) Brittany Blaskovits Published online: 29 October 2016 Society for Police and Criminal Psychology 2016 Explorations in Forensic Psychology: Cases in Criminal and information. According to Watt, the book is intended for un- Abnormal Behaviour fills a gap in the forensic psychology dergraduate and graduate students in psychology, sociology, literature by offering readers a critical analysis of several criminology, gender studies, and law. However, the book is Canadian-based case studies. The author, Margo Watt, pref- accessible to practitioners and members of the public as well. Watt delivers on her promise to examine the unusual by aces the casebook by appealing to the curiosity of those who strive to understand abnormal and, oftentimes, criminal be- first exploring the infamous case of Russell Williams, a dec- haviour. The cases included are woven together B(1) to orated colonel and commander of the Canadian Forces Base in assist readers in better understanding the ‘evildoers’ Trenton, Ontario, who was convicted of two murders, two among us, (2) to illustrate the integration of biological, sexual assaults, and 82 burglaries. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology Springer Journals

M. C. Watt. Explorations in Forensic Psychology: Cases in Criminal and Abnormal Behaviour

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Springer US
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Copyright © 2016 by Society for Police and Criminal Psychology
Subject
Psychology; Psychology, general; Law and Psychology; Criminology and Criminal Justice, general
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0882-0783
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1936-6469
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10.1007/s11896-016-9217-6
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J Police Crim Psych (2017) 32:247–250 DOI 10.1007/s11896-016-9217-6 M. C. Watt. Explorations in Forensic Psychology: Cases in Criminal and Abnormal Behaviour Nelson Education Ltd., 2015, (ISBN 978-0-17-653226-0) Brittany Blaskovits Published online: 29 October 2016 Society for Police and Criminal Psychology 2016 Explorations in Forensic Psychology: Cases in Criminal and information. According to Watt, the book is intended for un- Abnormal Behaviour fills a gap in the forensic psychology dergraduate and graduate students in psychology, sociology, literature by offering readers a critical analysis of several criminology, gender studies, and law. However, the book is Canadian-based case studies. The author, Margo Watt, pref- accessible to practitioners and members of the public as well. Watt delivers on her promise to examine the unusual by aces the casebook by appealing to the curiosity of those who strive to understand abnormal and, oftentimes, criminal be- first exploring the infamous case of Russell Williams, a dec- haviour. The cases included are woven together B(1) to orated colonel and commander of the Canadian Forces Base in assist readers in better understanding the ‘evildoers’ Trenton, Ontario, who was convicted of two murders, two among us, (2) to illustrate the integration of biological, sexual assaults, and 82 burglaries.

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Journal of Police and Criminal PsychologySpringer Journals

Published: Oct 29, 2016

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