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Section 8
Forensic Psychology and the Victims of Crime

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- Forensic Psychology and the Victims of Crime. Bartol, February 2004, Chapter 7, p189-212.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Kopelovich, S. L., Piel, J., Michaelsen, K., Reynolds, S. E., & Cowley, D. (2020). Forensic psychology postdoctoral training in the United States: How do programs meet national guidelines and standards? Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 14(3), 185–192.

McCart, M. R., Chapman, J. E., Zajac, K., & Rheingold, A. A. (2020). Community-based randomized controlled trial of psychological first aid with crime victims. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 88(8), 681–695.

Neal, T. M. S. (2018). Forensic psychology and correctional psychology: Distinct but related subfields of psychological science and practice. American Psychologist, 73(5), 651–662.

Pirelli, G., Formon, D. L., & Maloney, K. (2020). Preventing vicarious trauma (VT), compassion fatigue (CF), and burnout (BO) in forensic mental health: Forensic psychology as exemplar. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Advance online publication.

Sagana, A., & Sauerland, M. (2020). The psychology of forensic evidence. Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 228(3), 145–148.

QUESTION 8
Well-trained forensic psychologists must recognize that the traditional psychological concepts and theories used in assessment and treatment approaches were developed from what? To select and enter your answer go to Test
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