Psychology and Law | Columns
Forensic and Clinical Psychology in Legal Context
Juridical Psychology | Kabanova T.N., Kazakovtsev B.
Communication subjective assessments of patients undergoing compulsory treatment with the severity of negative symptoms and cognitive functioning level
Juridical Psychology | Kabanova T.N., Makurina A.P., Bulygina V.G., Makurin A.A.
Considering the motivational social desirability at the psychodiagnostic of the mentally ill with criminal history
Juridical Psychology | Rusakovskaya O.A., Safuanov F.S., Kharitonova N.K.
Current issues of experts' participation in child custody in the event of parents' separation
Juridical Psychology | Shmakova E.V., Popova E.M., Shekhovtsova E.S., Kabanova T.N.
Decision making in specialist forensic psychiatric (the psychological aspect)
Konopleva I.N., Antonova E., Pyarnoya A., Sakkart Y.
Demand for Governmental Support in Individuals Involved in Substance Abuse
Evseeva O.E., Nikolaev A.Yu.
Detection of Hidden Information in Accentuated Personalities as a Problem of Applied Psychophysiology
Diagnostic and forensic assessment of the psychological consequences of sexual violence and abuse against girls
Juridical Psychology | Demidova L.Y., Kamenskov M.Yu.
Diagnostic criteria for pedophilia: clinical, legal and socio-cultural issues
Juridical Psychology | Safuanov F.S., Nazarova E.A.
Different Methods of Psychological Portrait Preparation for an Alleged Offender: A Comparative Analysis
Does Eyewitness Guess or Recognize? Bootstrapping Face and Object Identification Accuracy