forensic psychiatry and law

  • Czerederecka A
  • Jaskiewicz-Obydzinska T
  • Wojcikiewicz J
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In this book relevant law, focusing on but not limited to U.S. law, is discussed. The authors point out its implications for research and practice. Provided is a particular perspective on forensic psychology: an applied and community-oriented perspective. The authors' fundamental assumption is that forensic psychology must strive not only to understand the impact of the legal system on individuals within society, but also to improve or enhance the well-being of individuals and the society in which they live.

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  • A Czerederecka

  • T Jaskiewicz-Obydzinska

  • J Wojcikiewicz

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