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Criminal Psychology

Criminal Psychology

  • ₹400.00

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2018
  • ISBN 13 9789380456317
  • Approx. Pages 522 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Previously, the subject "Criminology, Penology and Victimology" used to be taught to law degree students as an optional subject. At present, the Bar Council of India has prescribed 20 compulsory subjects, 4 compulsory clinical courses and six subjects of optional for general law course and in addition eights subjects from given seven optional groups, namely, (i) Constitutional Law; (ii) Business Law;   (iii) International Trade Law (iv) Crime and Criminology; (v) International Law; (vi) Law and Agriculture; and (vii) Intellectual Property Law. Under Crime and Criminology group, fourteen subjects have been listed. They are:
(1)    Crime and Criminology
(2)    Criminal Psychology
(3)    Forensic Science
(4)    International Criminal Law
(5)    Prison Administration
(6)    Penology and Victimology
(7)    Offences Against Child & Juvenile Offenders
(8)    Women and Criminal Law
(9)    Information Technology (IT) Offences
(10)  Probation and Parole
(11)  Criminal Sociology
(12)  Comparative Criminal Procedure 
(13)  Financial and Systematic Fraud
(14)  White Collar Crime
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Contents
Unit I : Criminal Psychology

Chapter 1    :    Nature and Scope of Psychology
Chapter 2    :    Crime and Victimizations
Chapter 3    :    Psychology Theories of Crime
Chapter 4    :    Crime and Control Theories
Chapter 5    :    Criminals or Violent Offenders and Comminity
Chapter 6    :    Aboriginal of India
Chapter 7    :    Criminal Psychology
Chapter 8    :    Clinical Psychology
Chapter 9    :    The Relationship Between 
Chapter 10  :    Brain Imaging
Chapter 11  :    Crime and Public
Chapter 12  :    Sociology Theories of Criminology
Unit II : Criminal Personality
Chapter 1    :    Criminal Personality
Chapter 2    :    Theories of Personality
Chapter 3    :    Criminal Personality
Chapter 4    :    Difference between Criminal Personality and Non-criminal Personality
Chapter 5    :    Personality Disorder
Chapter 6    :    Characteristics of the Psychopathic Personality
Chapter 7    :    Sigmund Freud's Concept of Criminal Personality
Chapter 8    :    Eysenck's Theory of the Criminal Personality 
Unit III : Criminal Behaviour
Chapter 1    :    Behavioural System of Crime
Chapter 2    :    Nature and Scope of Criminal Behaviour
Chapter 3    :    Traits that Lead to Criminal Behaviour
Chapter 4    :    Common Psychological Tests Used in the Evaluation of Criminal Defendants
Chapter 5    :    Theories of Criminal Behaviour
Chapter 6    :    C. R. Jeffery's Learning Theory of Criminal Behaviour
Chapter 7    :    Criminal Profiling
Chapter 8    :    Drive to Commit Crime
Chapter 9    :    Attitudes and Criminal Behaviour
Chapter 10  :    Motivating and Criminal Behaviour
Chapter 11  :    Emotions and Criminal Behaviour
Chapter 12  :    Role of Frustration in Criminal Behaviour
Chapter 13  :    Social Psychology
Chapter 14  :    Social Perception and Understanding Others
Chapter 15  :    Groups
Chapter 16  :    Social Learning Theory
Chapter 17  :    Abnormal Behaviour
Chapter 18  :    Neurosis and Psychosis
Unit IV : Forensic Psychology (Legal Psychology)
Chapter 1    :    Forensic Science
Chapter 2    :    Definition of Forensic Psychology
Chapter 3    :    Scope of Forensic Psychology
Chapter 4    :    How Forensic Psychology Began and Flourished
Chapter 5    :    Distinguish between Forensic and Correctional Psychology
Chapter 6    :    The Role of Forensics in Solving Crimes
Chapter 7    :    Forensic Psychologists (Prison and Probation Services)
Chapter 8    :    Forensic Psychology of Police
Chapter 9    :    Forensic Psychology in the US
Chapter 10  :    Journal of Forensic Psychology
Unit V : Correctional Psychology [Psychological Treatment of Criminals]
Chapter 1    :    Rights of Prisoners
Chapter 2    :    Treatment of and Correction of Offenders or Prisoners
Chapter 3    :    Some Theories of Personality, Crime and Correction of Criminals
Chapter 4    :    Treatment of Sex Offenders
Chapter 5    :    Counselling
Chapter 6    :    Counselling Process
Chapter 7    :    The Goal of Correctional Counselling 
Chapter 8    :    Strategy : Substance Abuse Counselling in Correctional Facilities
Chapter 9    :    Counsellor's Role in Crime Prevention
Chapter 10  :    Juvenile Corrections Counselling
Chapter 11  :    Group Counselling and Resocialisation Programmes
Chapter 12  :    Preventing Future Crime with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
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