Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science

Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science

Online ISBN: 9780470061589

DOI: 10.1002/9780470061589

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  1. Behavioral
    1. Addictions
    2. Aggression
    3. Aggression: Gender Differences in
    4. Alcohol: Behavioral and Medical Effects
    5. Alcohol: Interaction with Other Drugs
    6. Alcohol: Use, Tolerance, and Dependency
    7. Assault: Sexually Motivated
    8. Autoerotic Deaths
    9. Automatism as a Defense to Crime
    10. Battered Child Syndrome
    11. Battered Spouse Syndrome
    12. Battered Woman's Reality
    13. Behavioral Science Evidence
    14. Behavioral Toxicology
    15. Capacity Assessment
    16. Capacity for Independent Living
    17. Capacity to Consent to Medical Treatment
    18. Capacity to Stand Trial
    19. Capacity to Waive Miranda Rights
    20. Child Sexual Abuse
    21. Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation
    22. Children: As Defendants
    23. Children: As Witnesses
    24. Children: Suggestibility of
    25. Civil Commitment
    26. Compulsion
    27. Compulsion Defense
    28. Confessions: Evidentiary Reliability of
    29. Crime Victims' Decision to Report Crime
    30. Criminalization of The Mentally Ill
    31. Cross-Examination: Impact on Testimony
    32. Custody and Visitation Evaluations
    33. Dangerousness: Risk of
    34. Deception Detection
    35. Deception, Detection of, P300 Event-Related Potential (ERP)
    36. Deception: Truth Serum
    37. Delusions
    38. Disaster Mental Health
    39. Dissociative Disorders
    40. Drug-Impaired Driving
    41. Duty to Warn
    42. Elder Abuse: Policy and Procedure
    43. Elder Abuse: Risk
    44. Elderly in Court
    45. Evil: Illusion of
    46. Eyewitness Lineups: Identification from
    47. Eyewitness Memory Issues in Civil Litigation
    48. Eyewitness Testimony
    49. Eyewitness: Adult's Vulnerability to Suggestion
    50. Fire Investigation and Cognitive Bias
    51. Firesetting
    52. fMRI and Deception Detection
    53. Genetics and Epigenetics of Mental Illness: Implications for Diagnosis and Treatment
    54. Genomics and Behavioral Evidence
    55. Guardianships of Adults
    56. Hallucinations
    57. Handwriting: Cognitive Bias
    58. Head Injury: Neuropsychological Assessment
    59. Homicide: Multiple (Behavior)
    60. Homosexual Panic
    61. Hypnosis and Memory in the Forensic Context
    62. Impulsivity
    63. Insanity: Defense
    64. Intellectual Disability
    65. Interrogation
    66. Interrogative Suggestibility
    67. Jury Dynamics
    68. Juvenile Justice: Adolescent Development
    69. Juvenile Justice: Transfer to Adult
    70. Malingering: Forensic Evaluations
    71. Memory: Reconstructive
    72. Memory: Repressed
    73. Mental Health Courts
    74. Mental Retardation: Death Penalty
    75. Mental Status: Examination
    76. Mitigation Testimony
    77. Neuropsychological Assessment
    78. Neuropsychological Assessment: Child
    79. Northwest Juvenile Project
    80. Parental Alienation
    81. Parental Rights and Prerogatives
    82. Parenting: Assessment of Capacity
    83. Police Use of Force
    84. Policing and Critical Incident Teams
    85. Postpartum Psychosis
    86. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
    87. Premenstrual Syndrome
    88. Profiles: Psychological and Behavioral
    89. Psychological Autopsy
    90. Psychological Testing
    91. Psychopathology: Terms and Trends
    92. Psychopathy
    93. Psychopathy Checklists
    94. Psychopharmacology
    95. Psychopharmacology: Child and Adolescent
    96. Punishment and Age
    97. Rape Trauma Syndrome
    98. Recollective Accuracy of Traumatic Memories
    99. Risk Assessment
    100. Risk Assessment: Patient and Detainee
    101. Seizures: Behavioral
    102. Sentencing: Demographic Factors in
    103. Serial Homicide
    104. Sex Offenders: Treatment of
    105. Stalking
    106. Stockholm Syndrome
    107. Substance Abuse
    108. Suicide (Behavior)
    109. Syndromes: Psychological
    110. Temporary Insanity
    111. Therapeutic Jurisprudence
    112. Threat Assessment: School
    113. Threat Assessment: Workplace
    114. Treatment, Mandated: Mental Health
    115. Treatment, Right to Refuse: Mental Health
    116. Treatment, Right to: Mental Health
    117. Violence Risk Assessment for Mental Health Professionals
  2. Biological Sciences
  3. Criminalistics
  4. Digital Evidence, Multimedia and Engineering
  5. DNA Analysis of Biological Fluids
  6. Fire and Explosives
  7. Investigation & Law Enforcement
  8. Law
  9. Medicine
  10. Statistics and the Evaluation of Evidence
  11. Toxicology and Drug Analysis
  12. Trace Evidence

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