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- Forensic Psychology and the Victims of Crime. Bartol, February 2004, Chapter 7, p189-212.
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Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
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.
Well-trained forensic psychologists must recognize that the traditional psychological concepts and theories used in assessment and treatment approaches were developed from what? Record the letter of the correct answer the