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Tag Archives: Behavioral Science News
An intriguing, easy to read, and recent addition to the library is the book entitled “A Mathematical Tapestry: Demonstrating the Beautiful Unity of Mathematics” by Peter Hilton and Jean Pedersen. This book examines polyhedral geometry, number theory, combinatorial geometry, and … Continue reading
Here you will find a link to a four-minute video, aimed at the general public, that describes the symptoms of depression and stresses the importance of treatment
This issue lists titles related to international corrections, crime prevention, criminology, drugs, police, and victims.
The lead article in “NIJ Journal No. 262” examines the underground criminal industry of sex trafficking and identifies promising practices for recognizing victims and investigating these cases. Additional articles address how fatigue affects public safety officers, protection of America’s ports, … Continue reading
This list includes titles pertaining to international courts, criminology, drugs, police, and victims.