Criminal and forensic psychology on the web

murder_outline.jpgCrimePsychBlog has been keeping my attention over recent weeks as it keeps tabs on the world of forensic and criminal psychology.

It’s regularly updated with developments from the world of forensic cognitive science, and with snippets from the mainstream news that has a criminal psychology angle.

Recent posts include an account of false memory researcher Elizabeth Loftus taking the stand in a recent murder trial, the controversy over whether hypnosis can improve witnesses’ memory and a pointer to an article on ‘What makes terrorists tick?‘.

Link to CrimePsychBlog.

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