A.B.C.'s of behavioral forensics :, applying psychology to financial fraud prevention and detection / Published by : John Wiley & Sons, (Hoboken, New Jersey :) Physical details: xxvii, 271 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. ISBN:9781118370551 (cloth); 1118370554 (cloth).
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- I. When fraud is committed -- Fraud is everywhere -- Fraud is everywhere -- The sins of quantification and other mind-set impediments -- Beyond the fraud triangle: toward an outline of A.B.C. theory -- II. The foundations of behavioral forensics: why good people do bad things -- Beyond the fraud triangle and into the mind: the building blocks of behavioral forensics -- understanding how the basic of human behavior tie into fraud -- "Said the spider to the fly...": the predator-prey dance -- putting behavioral science fundamentals into motion -- The accidental fraudster (bad apple): when the apple turns and honesty reverses course -- The bad bushel and beyond: seeing the larger context of the C-suite -- III. A call to action -- Managing the ecology of fraud: what you can do on Monday morning -- The future of behavioral forensics: developing psychological awareness to complement financial fraud suspicions.