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Handbook of psychology
|Statement||Irving B. Weiner editor in chief.|
|Contributions||Weiner, Irving B.|
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Weiner. Volume Preface xiii Randy K. Otto. Contributors xv. I NATURE OF THE FIELD 1. 1 OVERVIEW OF FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY 3 Randy K. Otto and Alan M. Goldstein. 2 FORENSIC TRAINING AND PRACTICE 16 Ira K. Packer and Randy Borum. 3 ETHICS IN FORENSIC PRACTICE 37 David A.
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