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Heilbrun, et al. Heilbrun identifies broad themes in forensic mental health assessment across the many fields of forensic psychology. Melton, et al. Packer and Grisso covers specific competencies related to the practice of forensic psychology as opposed to more general guidelines.
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Principles of forensic mental health assessment. New York: Springer US. DOI: Heilbrun sought to approach the topic of forensic mental health assessment by identifying and analyzing broad themes that exist across the many subfields of forensic psychology. Grisso, and A. Foundations of forensic mental health assessment. New York: Oxford Univ. This resource serves as a best practice guide for forensic mental health assessment and is equally well-suited for practicing forensic psychologists, students, and legal practitioners. Huss, M. Forensic psychology: Research, clinical practice, and applications.
Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. The second edition of this text from Huss is an excellent choice for undergraduate courses in forensic psychology and takes a clinical approach to the topic. This book integrates both research and law in discussing the development of forensic psychology as a discipline and includes discussion of more recent and updated research from the first edition.
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Melton, G. Petrila, N. Poythress, C. Slobogin, R. Otto, D. Mossman, and L.
Psychological evaluations for the courts: Handbook for mental health professionals and lawyers. New York: Guilford.
An excellent professional resource for practicing forensic psychologists, this handbook includes best practices, proper format of psychological evaluations, a brief history of each topic within forensic psychology covered, and analysis of current practices. This handbook also covers relevant research for each topic and also provides bibliographies at the end of each chapter for reference.
Otto, R. Weiner, eds. Handbook of psychology. Packer, I. Specialty competencies in forensic psychology. This resource provides a comprehensive review of competencies required in the field of forensic psychology and provides a guide for understanding various aspects of these competencies in a user-friendly manner. Weiner, I.
The handbook of forensic psychology.