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by Hugo Munsterberg,Mark Hatala,Elizabeth Loftus


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Originally published by Hugo Munsterberg in 1908, this classic treatise applies experimental methods to the courtroom and is the foundational text of forensic psychology.

Originally published by Hugo Munsterberg in 1908, this classic treatise applies experimental methods to the courtroom and is the foundational text of forensic psychology. With a new foreword by psychologist Elizabeth Loftus (author of Witness for the Defense.

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Originally published by Hugo Munsterberg in 1908, this classic . With a new foreword by psychologist Elizabeth Loftus (author of Witness for the Defense, Eyewitness Testimony, and The Myth of Repressed Memory) the impact of this work continues to be felt a century after its initial publication. Classics in Psychology.

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Originally published by Hugo Munsterberg in 1908, this classic treatise applies experimental methods to the courtroom and is the foundational text of forensic psychology. With a new foreword by psychologist Elizabeth Loftus (author of Witness for the Defense, Eyewitness Testimony, and The Myth of Repressed Memory) the impact of this work continues to be felt a century after its initial publication. Topics in the book include: the memory of the witness, the detection of crime, untrue confessions, suggestions in court, hypnotism and crime, illusions, and the prevention of crime.
On the Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology and Crime (Classics in Psychology) download epub
Psychology & Counseling
Author: Hugo Munsterberg,Mark Hatala,Elizabeth Loftus
ISBN: 1933167904
Category: Health, Fitness & Dieting
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: Greentop Academic Press (August 22, 2009)
Pages: 168 pages