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Top Psych's Forensic Psychology Feeds
In the News, by Karen Franklin, Ph.D.
  • Forensic psychology: Is it the career for me?
  • More studies finding bias in PCL-R measurement of psychopathy
  • Patience is no virtue on MSOP injustice
  • Announcing blogger sabbatical
  • Federal judge calls Minnesota civil commitment program “draconian”
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    UF Forensic Science Blog
  • The reasons behind naming the dead
  • On fire
  • Reliability, validity, error, and mistakes in forensic science: what do we mean by those terms?
  • Where there’s smoke, there’s fire
  • Teeth and DNA: preservation of evidence
  • All About Forensic Psychology
  • Interesting Psychology Book
  • Psychology Student Guide
  • Psychology Student Survival Guide
  • Forensic Psychologist Dr. Steve Porter
  • Body Language
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    Evil Deeds
  • Celebrating National Psychotherapy Day--Again!
  • Celebrating National Psychotherapy Day—Again!
  • Beauty, Evil and Death in Venice: A Midsummer's Meditation
  • American Racism and the Acquittal of George Zimmerman
  • Jodi, Joran and Casey: On the Psychology of Evil
  • Scientific American: Forensic Psychology
  • Fact or Fiction?: The Ebola Virus Will Go Airborne
  • The Great Wide World of "Huh?" [Interactive]
  • Drug-Resistant Bacteria Hang Out in Hog Workers
  • How Smiling Can Backfire
  • Some Good Global Environmental News for a Change: Ozone Hole Closing Up Thanks to Global Action
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    the charles smith blog
  • Wrongful arson convictions: Our first guest blog. Paul Bieber, Director of the "Arson Research Project" discusses his recently released report, "Anatomy of a Wrongful Arson Conviction."
  • Dr. Waney Squier: UK: Facing the stripping away of her license to practice medicine because of her testimony on shaken baby syndrome, she has denied all charges and vowed "to put up a very robust defence" at the full tribunal hearing expected to be held in March. According to a lawyer for the General Medical Council, (the regulator) "This whole case revolves around expert evidence given in cases of alleged baby shaking." Daily Mail.
  • Shaken baby syndrome: "On SBS" Publisher Sue Luttner interviews "Susan Goldsmith, creator of "The Syndrome" soon to be premiered in Kansas - a film which profiles, "three of the most outspoken critics of shaking theory, forensic pathologist John Plunkett, pediatric neuroradiologist Pat Barnes, and neurosurgeon Ron Uscinski."
  • Shaken baby syndrome: Dr. Waney Squier; UK. Disturbing development. Possible witch hunt; The Telegraph reports that this pre-eminent doctor who has acted as an expert witness for parents accused of killing their children (much to the displeasure of the police) and has challenged the existence of the shaken baby syndrome, could be struck off the medical rolls because of her testimony, at a hearing the General Medical Council (the regulator of the British medical profession) commencing tomo
  • Susan Neill-Fraser; Tasmania; Her supporters hope that expanded right-to-appeal legislation will give her the opportunity to introduce fresh evidence that will prove her innocence. The Mercury.