Resource spotlight: Journal of Forensic Sciences

This is part of a series of spotlights on resources available from the RGU library service.

journal of forensic sciences

The Journal of Forensic Sciences is a peer-reviewed journal from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) and it publishes “investigations, observations, scholarly inquiries, and reviews” on a wide range of topics related to forensic sciences including pathology, toxicology, behavioral sciences, physical anthropology, criminalistics, engineering sciences, and more.

Some recent articles are:

  • The Possibilities and Limitations of Forensic Hand Comparison
    Written by Ana Slot and Zeno J.M.H. Geradts. Published in 2014 in volume 59, issue 6, pp. 1559-1567.
  • Collecting and Analyzing DNA Evidence from Fingernails: A Comparative Study
    Written by Lisa M. Hebda, Ashley E. Doran and David R. Foran. Published in 2014 in volume 59, issue 5, pp. 1343-1350.
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Young French Male Prisoners
    Written by Anne Gaïffas, Cédric Galéra, Virginie Mandon and Manuel P. Bouvard. Published in 2014 in volume 59, issue 4, pp. 1016-1019.

RGU library service provides access to this journal online from 2006 to the present day from Wiley and in print from 1995-2007.

To take a look at the online journal you can always get access to it from the library catalogue which includes log in information in the full record section.

Alternatively you can follow this link to the ScienceDirect website and see what the Journal of Forensic Sciences journal has to offer*.

*To log in please enter your RGU username and password when prompted.

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