Criminal Psychology: A Forensic and Criminal Psychology Guide

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Whether you’re a forensic psychology student, trained professional or a person interested in forensic psychology. This book is for you!

  • Do you want to know about criminal profiling?

  • Do you want to know the truth about FBI profiling?

  • Do you want to know what the two types of criminal profiling are?

 

If the answer to these questions and more is yes. Then you will love this book. As it explains criminal profiling in an engaging and easy to understand way.

 

This is not a hyped-up book about the brilliance of profiling. This is a book about what are the two types of profiling and what the research says about them. Of course, this is a lot more interesting than your textbooks from university!

 

By the end of this forensic psychology book, you’ll know:

  • What are the types of criminal profiling?

  • What FBI profiling is?

  • How effective profiling is in the real world?

  • What statistical and geographical profiling is?

  • And much more…

 

If you love forensic and criminal psychology and want to learn about criminal profiling, you need to read this great and interesting book from a passionate psychology author.

 

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Criminal Profiling: A Forensic and Criminal Psychology Guide To FBI And Statistical Profiling Content

Introduction

Part One: FBI Profiling

  1. Introduction to FBI Profiling

  2. The Process of FBI Profiling, Their Methodology and The Process of Police Investigations

  3. FBI Profiling Example

  4. What Research Says About Profiling?

  5. What Do the Police and Psychologists Think About Profiling?

 

Part Two: Statistical and Geographical Profiling

2.1- Investigative Psychology and Statistical and Geographical Profiling

2.2- Geographical Profiling

2.3- The Research Base of Profiling

2.4- The Homology Issue and Basic Theory

2.5- Personality and Profiling

Conclusion

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