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This site provides brief information capsules on a number of topics in the area of forensic psychology. Topics discussed include: allegations of sexual abuse, coerced confessions, predicting future violence, claims of repressed memories, eyewitness recall, and psychotherapy malpractice.
This is an excellent resource for anyone especially along the lines of lawyers. The information is detailed and handy for criminal justice classes or for any such professional field. At worst it is a great place for anyone to learn more about court cases and forensics. It's like a front seat ride in the mind of the professionals.
Very easy to navigate, all you need is on one front page that clicks onto several sub categories of interet. one of the easier more informative sites I've been on.
11 years ago
I spent approximately 45 minutes browsing this website, although could have easily spent more time. I found that the materials accurately present concepts and models that are educationally significant. Many students, not just psychology students, would find this website very informative. Teaching faculty could certainly use this website for topics of discussion.
As a first time user, I found this website very easy to navigate through. Other first time users should have no trouble at all.