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    Service Delivery for Vulnerable Populations: New Directions in Behavioral Health.

    by Steven A. Estrine, Robert T. Hettenbach, Heidi Arthur, & Maria Messina, eds., New York: Springer Publications. 466 + xxvii pages. This collection of 21 articles examines program design, service delivery, and evaluation issues for a broad range of "vulnerable populations," including children and youth, gender variant adults, LGBTQ individuals, homeless veterans, the elderly, refugees, persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, disabled women, and domestic violence victims...
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    The Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology

    Jennifer M. Brown and Elizabeth A. Campbell , eds. The Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psycholog y. New York: Cambridge University Press. xxiii + 900 pp., ISBN 978-0521-70181-5 (pbk) Forensic psychology dates back to the late 19 th and the early 20 th centuries. Americans may recall William Healy’s groundbreaking efforts in 1915 to start a clinic in Chicago that would diagnose “problem children.” In 1931, Howard Burtt produced the first legal psychology textbook. Three decades later...
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