April 2012, ©2008, Wiley-Blackwell
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"Matthew Huss has done a big favor to everyone who teaches (or takes!) undergraduate courses in forensic psychology. This text provides an excellent overview of the theoretical, legal, and practical issues in the major areas of contemporary clinical-forensic psychology. It’s obvious from the writing style – which is clear, simple, and engaging – that Huss is a skilled and experienced teacher. It’s also obvious from the content that his understanding of clinical-forensic psychology is both broad and deep. Simply the best introductory textbook of clinical-forensic psychology on the market!" Steven D. Hart, Simon Fraser University
“Matthew Huss has written an accessible, insightful, and utterly engaging introduction to the evidence-based practice of psychology in legal contexts. His ripped-from-the-headlines illustrations of forensic psychologists at work will generate and sustain enormous student interest.” John Monahan, University of Virginia School of Law
"Professor Huss has written a simply superb textbook on forensic psychology. Anyone interested in learning about this exciting field must read it. Huss combines clear and engaging writing with a sophisticated grasp of the complex interplay between the fields of psychology and law. His understanding and communication of the science and practice of forensic psychology will surely benefit any reader." - Kevin Douglas, Simon Fraser University