Psychology of Law: Integrations and Applications
Place of Publication
New York, NY
The Psychology of Law presents a balanced, realistic view of the interconnections between the disciplines of law and psychology. The focus of this book is the trial, both criminal and civil. The authors bring to this focus the very latest research and theory from the social psychology, cognitive psychology, forensic psychology, and law.
I A. Horowitz, T E. Willging, and Kenneth S. Bordens (1998).
Psychology of Law: Integrations and Applications. 2 ed. New York, NY: Addison-Wesley/Longman.
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