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Programme Year 2
- HALF DAY Birm:Clin:Forensic: Introduction to Forensic Clinical Psychology
- HALF DAY Birm:Clin:Forensic: Personality Disorder and violent crime
- HALF DAY Birm:Clin:Forensic: Sexual offending
- HALF DAY Birm:Clin:Forensic: Forensic Clinical Psychology and the Courts
Blackburn, R. (1993) The Psychology of Criminal Conduct. Chichester: Wiley
Blackburn, R. (1998) Psychopathy and the contribution of personality to violence.
Hollin, C.R. (Ed) (2000) Handbook of Sex Offender Assessment and Treatment. New York: Wiley
Millon, E. Simonsen & M. Birket-Smith (Eds.)( ) Psychopathy: Antisocial, Violent and Criminal Behaviour (pp50-68). New York: Guildford Press.
Prins, H. (1980) Offenders, Deviants or Patients? An introduction to the study of socio-forensic problems. London: Tavistock
Salter, A. C. (1988) Treating Child Sex Offenders and Victims: A Practical Guide. London: Sage
Thomas-Peter, B.A. & Warren, S (1998) Legal responsibilities of forensic psychologists. Expert Evidence 6: 79-106.
Widiger, T.A. and Trull, T. J. (1994) Personality disorders and violence In Monahan,J. and Steadman, H.J. (1994) Violence and Mental Disorder: Developments in Risk Assessment. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press