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2009
Canter, D. and Youngs, D.
Investigative Psychology: From Offender Profiling to the Analysis of Criminal Action

2008
Canter, D.
Criminal Psychology: Topics in Applied Psychology 

Vrij, A. (in press). Detecting lies and deceit: Pitfalls and opportunities, second edition. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.

2007
Canter,D. and Zukauskien,R
Psychology and Law: Bridging the Gap

Fritzon, K and Wilson, P. (eds) (2007 in preparation) Forensic and Criminal Psychology: An Australasian Perspective. Melbourne: McGraw Hill .

Canter, D. and Youngs, D.
Principles of Geographical Offender Profiling

Canter, D. and Youngs, D.
Applications of Geographical Offender Profiling

Other Recent IP Publications

Kimura, M., Manabe, K., Yasunaga, S., and Yokota, K. (2002). Facet theory and its analyes. Kyoto: Nakanishiya-shuppan. (in Japanese)


Pozzulo, J.D., Bennell, C., & Forth, A.F. (2005).
Forensic psychology (1st Edition). Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.


Watanabe, S.(Ed.) Watanabe, K., Suzuki, M., Kamon, H., Shimada, T., and Yokota, K.(2004). Investigative Psychology. Kyoto: Kitaoji-shobo. (in Japanese)


The following is a comprehensive list of relevant publications for the field of Investigative Psychology for those wanting to read more about the discipline.
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Criminal Behaviour: A Psychosocial Approach New
Bartol, Curt R. (1991)
A good introduction to psychological explanations of a broad raft of criminal activity.
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The Psychology of Criminal Conduct
Blackburn, Ronald (1993)
This book, now in paperback, is the best in-depth review available of the clinical psychology approach to criminals.
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Criminal Shadows
Canter, David (1995)
The paperback version (£6.99) is the most up-to-date. From an academic point of view the book starts to get useful from chapter five onwards.
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Psychology and Crime: An Introduction to Criminological Psychology
Hollin, Clive R. (1989)
A very readable overview of the contributions of psychology to criminology.
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The Psychology of Crime
Feldman, Philip (1993)
A sound review of the full panoply of psychological research dealing with all aspects of crime.
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The Psychology of Criminal Justice
Stephenson, Geoffrey M. (1992)
A wide-ranging review of the psychological issues that are relevant from considering the act of crime through to the decisions in court.
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Psychology in Action
Canter, D.(1996)
This collection of published papers has been selected on the grounds of suitability for practical application in the field of psychology.
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Profiling Rape & Murder

Canter, D.& Alison,L. (1999) (eds)
The psychological processes underlying rape and murder are discussed in this text. It examines recent findings on serial killing, rape and murder and looks at the implications for understanding the experience of victims.
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Criminal Detection and the Psychology of Crime
Canter,D. & Alison,L. (1997) (eds)
This is now a collectors' item, long since out-of-print, but it gives lots of useful examples and overviews and so is still of value as a starting point if you can find a copy.
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Offender Profiling Series:


Interviewing & Deception
Canter, D.& Alison,L. (1999) (eds)
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Profiling in Policy & Practice
Canter, D.& Alison,L. (1999) (eds)
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The Social Psychology of Crime
Canter, D.& Alison,L. (2000) (eds)
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Profiling Property Crimes
Canter, D.& Alison,L. (2000) (eds)
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Methodological Books


Facet Theory: Form and Content
Borg, I. & Shye (1995)
All the common questions asked about FT are answered clearly and directly in this extremely helpful book. FT is compared with ANOVA and factor analysis, and all the major MDS facet analysis procedures are clearly explained. Shye's software is used to illustrate many of the topics.
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Facet Theory: Approaches to Social Research
Canter, D. (Ed.) (1984)
This is now a collectors' item, long since out-of-print, but it gives lots of useful examples and overviews and so is still of value as a starting point if you can find a copy.
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Real World Research: A Resource for Social Scientists and Practitioner - Researchers
Robson, C. (1993)
The most comprehensive book available on all aspects of doing research outside of artificial laboratory contexts, covering everything from preparing project proposals to analysing qualitative data.
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Introduction to Facet Theory
Shye, S. & Elizur, D. (1994)
An excellent introduction that gives a very detailed account of mapping sentences and guides the reader through Shye's software.
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Research Methods in Psychology
Shaughnessy, John J and Zechmeister, Eugene B. (1997)
This text is one of the market leaders in research methods due to its emphasis on student learning. The "user-friendly" approach presented by the authors makes the text both accessible and interesting. The book emphasizes problem solving and gives thorough coverage of descriptive, experimental, and applied research methods. Statistical principles are integrated throughout the text.
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Psychology in Practice
S Canter & D Canter (1983)
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The Psychology of Place
David Canter (1977)
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Assessing Accounts of Crime
D Canter. L. Alison (1999)
This text looks at psychology and investigation which draws upon a range of psychological principles relevant to the conduct of criminal or civil investigations.
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Environmental Interaction
David Canter, (ed) (1975)
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Fires and Human Behaviour
David Canter, (ed) (1990)
The need to understand human behaviour in fires has not diminished in the ten years since the first edition of this book was published. This second edition reproduces from that first volume the detailed studies of a large number of serious incidents.
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The Psychology of Place
David Canter (1977)
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The Psychology of Detection: Information and Informants Vol 2
David Canter (1992)
The psychological processes underlying rape and murder are discussed in this text. It examines recent findings on serial killing, rape and murder and looks at the implications for understanding the experience of victims.
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Readings in Environmental Psychology

David Canter, (ed) (1995)
This collection of five volumes brings together first-hand accounts of a range of explorations that are central to the growth and development of environmental psychology.
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Empirical Approaches to Social Representation
Glynis M. Breakwell & David V.Canter (eds) (1993)
A long-awaited and critical review of a key topic, this book shows how different empirical approaches to the study of social representations are viable and can be complementary.
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Football in Its Place
D. Canter (1989)
This book should be of interest to those involved in experimental psychology and in leisure studies, to sociologists, and to professionals and policy makers concerned with football.
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