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ACTIVITIES FOR TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY AND LAWExperiential, classroom-tested activities cover a diverse array of subjects that cross over between psychology and law

ACTIVITIES FOR TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW

A Guide for Instructors

Seventeen experiential, classroom-tested activities cover a diverse array of subjects that cross over between psychology and law, including forensic psychology, social psychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, and testing and assessment. Covering topics such as jury selection, criminal profiling, eyewitness memory, and expert testimony, the activities incorporate individual and group work, videos, reading materials, classroom discussions, homework assignments, and lots of interactive opportunities, including role play. A companion website provides free, modifiable handouts and videos to support the activities. Advanced students. Index. Appendixes. 8½" x 11" American Psychological Association. 136 pages. ©2018.

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