Talking with Serial Killers – The Most Evil People in the World Tell Their Own Stories

Talking with Serial Killers – The Most Evil People in the World Tell Their Own Stories
Talking with Serial Killers 2: The World’s Most Evil Killers Tell Their Stories
Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self
Lucid Dreaming: A Concise Guide to Awakening in Your Dreams and in Your Life
Advances in Psychology and Law: Volume 2

Talking with Serial Killers – The Most Evil People in the World Tell Their Own Stories

An investigative criminologist, Christopher Berry-Dee is a man who talks to serial killers. Their pursuit of horror and violence is described in their own words, transcribed from audio and videotape interviews conducted deep inside some of the toughest prisons in the world. Berry-Dee describes the circumstances of his meetings with some of the world’s most evil men and reproduces, verbatim, their very words as they describe their crimes and discuss their remorse – or lack of it. This work offers a penetrating insight into the workings of the criminal mind.

Talking with Serial Killers 2: The World’s Most Evil Killers Tell Their Stories

Christopher Berry-Dean is the man who talks to serial killers. He has penetrated their minds and gained their trust to produce one stomach-churningly compulsive selection of tales already, and his unique collection of audiotape and videotape interviews has been collated into another disturbing book. Not only does he describe the circumstances of his meeting with some of the world’s most evil men, he also reproduces, verbatim, their very words as they describe their crimes. This book is a fascinating glimpse into the world’s worst of the worst and will be required reading for anyone interested in the inner workings of the sickest minds, as well as for fans of Berry-Dee’s work.

Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self

Lucid Dreaming Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self is the account of an extraordinarily talented lucid dreamer who goes beyond the boundaries of both psychology and religion. In the process, he stumbles upon the Inner Self.

Lucid Dreaming: A Concise Guide to Awakening in Your Dreams and in Your Life

The average person spends nearly twenty-five years of their life sleeping. But in all that time you can get a lot more than just a healthy night s rest. With the art of lucid dreaming or becoming fully conscious in the dream state you can find creative inspirations, promote emotional healing, gain rich insights into your waking reality, and much more.
Now, with Lucid Dreaming: A Concise Guide to Awakening in Your Dreams and in Your Life, Stephen LaBerge invites you on a guided journey to learn to use conscious dreaming in your life. Distilled from his more than twenty years of pioneering research at Stanford University and the Lucidity Institute including many new and updated techniques and discoveries here is the most effective and easy-to-learn tool available for you to begin your own fascinating nightly exploration into Lucid Dreaming.
NOTE: The ebook does not contain the spoken-word audio component included in the original printed edition.

Advances in Psychology and Law: Volume 2

As with its esteemed predecessor, this timely volume offers ways of applying psychological knowledge to address pressing concerns in legal procedures and potentially to reduce criminal offending. In such areas as interrogations, expert testimony, evidence admissibility, and the “death qualification” process in capital trials, contributors offer scientific bases for trends in suspect, witness, and juror behavior and identify those practices liable to impinge on just outcomes. Recommendations span a wide range of research, practice, and policy areas, from better approaches to assessment to innovative strategies for reducing recidivism. The interdisciplinary perspectives of these chapters shed salient light on both the reach of the issues and possibilities for intervening to improve the functioning of the justice system.
Among the topics covered:
The validity of pleading guilty.
The impact of emotions on juror judgments and decision making.
The content, purpose, and effects of expert testimony on interrogation practices and suspect confessions.
A synthetic perspective on the own-race bias in eyewitness identification.
Risk-reducing interventions for justice-involved individuals.
Criminal justice and psychological perspectives on deterring gangs.
As a means to spur research and discussion, and to inspire further collaboration between the fields, Volume 2 of Advances in Psychology and Law will interest and intrigue researchers and practitioners in law-psychology as well as practicing attorneys, trial consultants, and clinical psychologists.