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Top Psych's Forensic Psychology Feeds
In the News, by Karen Franklin, Ph.D.
  • Upcoming forensic psychology trainings in Australia
  • 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
  • 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
  • The Science of Monster Storms
  • How to Manage a Creative Organization
  • El Niño Ups Flood Risk
  • Predatory Fish Have Declined by Two Thirds in the Last Century
  • Sony Tests a Ball That Hovers
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    the charles smith blog
  • Grace and Matthew Huang: Qatar; Final verdict on their appeal set for November 30, the Associated Press reports. The Huangs have insisted that their daughter, who was born in Ghana, died of medical problems complicated by unusual eating habits. But prosecutors maintain that the couple had denied food to Gloria and said the child was locked in her room at night. U-T San Diego.
  • Ed Graf: Retrial: The jury is out; The Texas Observer's Dave Mann says the essence of the case is: "Will the jury go with their heads or their hearts, with the scientific evidence or with their suspicions?" Related story; Jury deadlocked six hours into deliberations; Returning to court Tuesday morning;
  • Reginald Tanubagijo: California; Shaken Baby Conviction; Tanubagijo testified that he neglected to tell anyone that as Buddy began to choke, he reached over to where the child was placed in a chair on top of the table, causing it to topple over onto the tile floor. He testified that he was afraid and ashamed to tell anyone immediately. He is seeking a new trial; The Reporter;
  • Hannah Overton: Texas; Prosecutors to retry her; Texas Court of Criminal Appeals overturned her conviction in September citing ineffective trial counsel at her 2007 trial for the death of Andrew Burd. Overton contended Andrew had emotional and medical problems, including an eating disorder in which he'd consume odd food items. An autopsy showed elevated sodium levels in his body.
  • Shaken baby syndrome: Investigative journalist Lee Scheier reveals the truth about the "Louise Woodward" case - that Democratic candidate for Governor Martha Coakley’s deft misuse of science actually came very close to sending an innocent caretaker to prison for life. The Boston Globe;