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In the News, by Karen Franklin, Ph.D.
  • How locking kids in solitary confinement became normal
  • Piper Kerman presents 3-point plan for prison reform
  • Storm clouds gathering over Reid interrogation method
  • Federal judge calls Minnesota civil commitment program “draconian”
  • Orange is the New Black -- Read the book!
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    UF Forensic Science Blog
  • 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
  • A little help please!
  • Secret Bath Formula
  • 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
  • What Is the Deep Web?
  • Biodiversity Survives Extinctions For Now
  • NSF Pulls Support for Quake Observatory
  • White Dwarf Acts as Cosmic Magnifying Glass
  • Is Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity for Real?
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    the charles smith blog
  • Bulletin: Rubin Hurricane Carter: A sad but not unexpected day. The New York Times headline says so much about this great man in just a few words: "Hurricane Carter, fearsome boxer wrongly convicted of murder, dies at 76." (Selwyn Raab has written a moving story on Rubin's extraordinary life. Must Read;) HL;
  • Bulletin: Robert Lee Stinson; Levon Brooks: The Innocence Project is seeking partners to litigate test cases involving unreliable forensic sciences and eyewitness misidentification. North Carolina Forensics.
  • Robyn and Nathan Felix: James Ross Gardner demonstrates how "the trouble with shaken baby syndrome" has caused enormous harm to innocent parents and caregivers - and contends that we can't wait any longer to get it right; Seattle Met Magazine;
  • Josh Miller: Shaken baby syndrome: Matt Stroud reports in "The Verge" that parents are going to prison for a medical diagnosis that may not exist - and that in 3,000 cases, the shaken baby syndrome debate goes on. (Must Read. HL);
  • Bulletin: Rene Bailey; Hearing challenging the science of the so-called shaken baby syndrome opens in New York State with attorneys offering differing opinions of the scientific consensus. Reporter Gary Craig; Democrat and Chronicle;