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Top Psych's Forensic Psychology Feeds
In the News, by Karen Franklin, Ph.D.
  • Innovative international risk assessment service is expanding
  • Film to explore gay-bashing in friendly, liberal community
  • Special journal issue on new HCR-20 V3 risk instrument
  • Film to highlight violence against trans women of color
  • Free articles of potential interest
    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
    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
  • When Will We Have a Vaccine for Ebola Virus?
  • Space Sex Gecko Experiment Is Safe—For Now
  • Lightning at Venice Beach Shows California Faces Weird Weather
  • Try This at Home: Let Your Ears Move Your Eyes
  • Globe at Night 2014
    the charles smith blog
  • Publisher's note: The Charles Smith Blog takes a seasonal break; Enjoy!
  • Lukis Anderson California: Paramedics inadvertently transferred his DNA to the scene of the murder. Believed to be the first in California - and possibly the USA - in which DNA evidence was shown to have falsely placed an innocent person at the scene of a crime. San Jose Mercury News story says case is "shifting the American legal landscape." (Must Read. HL);
  • Teina Pora: New Zealand; Team that has been relentlessly pursuing the possibility of a miscarriage of justice in this case which is to be heard by the British Privy Counsel asks "Why was Teina Pora gagged?"
  • Cellphone Technology; Junk science? Lisa Roberts. Oregon; The science behind police use of cellphone records to place suspects near crime scenes is coming under increasing attack in the courts, the Washington Post reports. (Must Read. HL);
  • Shaken baby Syndrome: Sue Luttner's of "On SBS" on how "The challenge ahead is how to unravel three decades of questionable convictions, and how to restructure child protection policies to stop the bulldozer.” (A very insightful perspective that is aptly entitled: "Shaken baby syndrome: Inadequate logic, unvalidated thoery, insufficient science." Must Read. HL);