Part 1: Introduction
Chapter 1. Contemporary psychological assessment: Two approaches
Part 2: Assessment of Criminal & Sex Offenders, 19th and 20th Centuries
Chapter 2. Criminal statistics and the identification of populations
Chapter 3. Offender classification and registration
Chapter 4. Phrenology: Pseudoscience of the Mind or Precursor Science?
Chapter 5. Criminal anthropology: Lombroso's search for Criminal Man
Chapter 6. Anthropometry: Bertillon's measurement of Criminal Man
Chapter 7. Fingerprinting: A document complete in itself
Part 3: Assessment of Sex Offenders, 20th and 21st Centuries
Chapter 8. Psychophysiological assessment: Penile plethysmography
Chapter 9. Viewing time: An attention-based measure
Chapter 10. Attention-based measures: Supplementary procedures
Chapter 11. Polygraphy: Valid procedure or bogus pipeline?
Part 4: Assessment of Sex Offenders: Possible Futures
Chapter 12. Virtual reality assessment: Is anybody there?
Part 5: Conclusions
Chapter 13. What we learned in 190 years: 12 takeaways