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A psychology and law of fact finding? applying psychology to the criminal justice

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A psychology and law of fact finding? applying psychology to the criminal justice. / Carson, David.

Applying psychology to criminal justice. ed. / David Carson; Becky Milne; Francis Pakes; Karen Shalev; Andrea Shawyer. Chichester, UK : Wiley, 2007. p. 115-130.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Carson, D 2007, A psychology and law of fact finding? applying psychology to the criminal justice. in D Carson, B Milne, F Pakes, K Shalev & A Shawyer (eds), Applying psychology to criminal justice. Wiley, Chichester, UK, pp. 115-130.

APA

Carson, D. (2007). A psychology and law of fact finding? applying psychology to the criminal justice. In D. Carson, B. Milne, F. Pakes, K. Shalev, & A. Shawyer (Eds.), Applying psychology to criminal justice (pp. 115-130). Wiley.

Vancouver

Carson D. A psychology and law of fact finding? applying psychology to the criminal justice. In Carson D, Milne B, Pakes F, Shalev K, Shawyer A, editors, Applying psychology to criminal justice. Chichester, UK: Wiley. 2007. p. 115-130

Author

Carson, David. / A psychology and law of fact finding? applying psychology to the criminal justice. Applying psychology to criminal justice. editor / David Carson ; Becky Milne ; Francis Pakes ; Karen Shalev ; Andrea Shawyer. Chichester, UK : Wiley, 2007. pp. 115-130

Bibtex

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