Study Site for Introduction to Forensic Psychology, Second Edition
Research and Application
Curt R. Bartol and Anne M. Bartol


Introduction to the Student Study Site

This student study site is intended to enhance students’ understanding of Introduction to Forensic Psychology by Curt R. Bartol and Anne M. Bartol. The materials on this site are geared toward maximizing the potential for students to learn, to supplement the material found in the textbook through articles and web resources, and to enhance class discussion.

Chapter Resources

Summaries and Outlines

Summaries and complete outlines will prove helpful in reviewing for quizzes, tests and class discussion. The outlines are availabe for each chapter as a downloadable word document for study use.

Web Resources

The Internet is a powerful learning tool and may be used as a supplement to course material. The Web resources provided on this study site are arranged according to chapter.

These resources provide a comprehensive study package for students using Introduction to Forensic Psychology, Second Edition. The companion reader, Forensic Psychology and Criminal Behavior, Second Edition (© 2008 SAGE) is also a recommended resource, available for purchase at www.sagepub.com.

Learning from SAGE Research Articles

Full-text journal articles have been selected by the authors for each chapter, to expand on the subject matter, and highlight significant up-to-the-moment research.

Contacts

Should any issues arise with the Web-based student study site, please feel free to let us know using the contact information provided.

Used together, these resources should create a comprehensive study package for students to supplement their learning of Forensic Psychology, Second Edition.

Acknowledgments and Thanks

Thanks are due to Curt R. Bartol and Anne M. Bartol for their contribution to this Study Site.