The Lloyd Sealy Library has a good collection of books on forensic psychology topics. Browse call numbers at
BF for general psychology RA 114 for forensic psychology RC 435 for psychiatry
If you are researching a particular topic use OneSearch to discover books in electronic and print formats, articles, videos, etc.
When searching the catalog OneSearch, in addition to the call number, note the section where the book is located in the library.
Stacks: the main circulating collection of the library. On the north side of the library: call numbers A–H are on the upper level; call numbers J–Z are on the lower level. Stacks books can be borrowed for 4 weeks by undergraduates and staff, 6 weeks by masters students, and 8 weeks by doctoral students and faculty. They can be renewed online.
Reserve: books kept behind the Reserve Desk on the lower floor. Most can be used only within the library. More info »
Reference: upper level of the library, towards 11th avenue. Not circulating (can't borrow outside of the library).
Law Reference: upper level of the library, towards 58th street. Not circulating.
Special Collections: upper level of the library. Ask at the Reference Desk. Not circulating.
Using jargon can improve search results. Here are some words and phrases used in forensic psychology related subject headings:
Criminal behavior, prediction of
Criminal justice, administration of
Victims of family violence