Psychology and Law | Columns
Forensic and Clinical Psychology in Legal Context
Juridical Psychology | Belyakova M.Yu., Bulygina V.G., Tokareva G.M.
Socio-psycological and pathopsychological factors of risk of reoffending among mentally ill with negative personality disorders
Juridical Psychology | Parahoni A.A., Vasyutina A.A., Bulygina V.G.
Special aspects of emotional intelligence and interfamily emotional communication for persons who have committed socially dangerous sexual acts
Juridical Psychology | Melehin A.I.
Specificity of Understanding of Deception at Presenile and Senile Age
Juridical Psychology | Belyakova M.Yu., Bulygina V.G.
Specifics of Impaired Thinking, Social Perception and Self-Regulation in Schizophrenic Individuals with Criminal Case History
Juridical Psychology | Zhuravleva T.V.
Suicide — the conscious choice of death: the philosophical and psychological aspects of the problem
Kazberov P.N.., Bovin B. G., Fasolya A.A.
Terrorist's Psychological Profile
Juridical Psychology | Makarevskaya Yu.E., Familnov A.O.
The influence of personal temperament traits to withholding information in a survey with the use of polygraph
Juridical Psychology | Shpagina E.M.
The integrated nature of the method of psychological portraying in law enforcement
Juridical Psychology | Morozova M.V., Savina O.Ph.
The Issue of Specialists’ Integration in Forensic Inquiry in Criminal Cases: the Limits of a Psychologist’s Competence in Evaluation of Criminal Insanity
Gorinov V.V., Korzun D.N., Shekhovtsova E.S.
The Motivation Sphere and The Ability to Self-Regulation of the Accused Persons With Personality disorders