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Answered By: Dr. Nancy Mactague
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2014     Views: 0

First, there's a big group of tutorials on how to search databases linked from the library home page > tutorials.  I recommend starting with searching all EBSCO databases, including Criminal Justice. 

You can click advanced search and get three search boxes.  I would put "forensic client" in one box and "antisocial personality" in a second box.  Putting multiple word searches in quotation marks holds them together as a phrase.  So you are not searching for antisocial somewhere in the document and personality somewhere else.  If you get lots and lots of items, you can add the word empathy in the third box.

Then, You will probably want to try several searches, possibly substituting "forensic patients" for "forensic client".  Look at your results.  You will see each entry has subject words associated with it.  You can use these as additional search terms.