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  • PSYCHOLOGY 290    Section: 3

    SEMINAR

    Winter Quarter 2005

    Units: 4
    Prerequisites: Graduate standing or consent of instructor. See instructor for CRN.

    Brief course description: This course will provide graduate-level coverage of selected areas within psychology and law. Because the field as a whole is too big to cover in one quarter, the content will vary to a certain degree depending upon student interest. However, core topics to be covered include eyewitness memory, victimization, child witnesses, child maltreatment, juvenile delinquency, jury decision making, and false confessions.

    List of major topics to be covered: Various topics is psychology and law (e.g., eyewitness memory, child maltreatment, victimization, juvenile delinquency, jury decision making)

    Course format (lecture, discussion, etc.): combination of lecture, discussion, student reports, etc.

    Grading criteria: grades are based on class presentations, a term paper, class discussion, and/or short reaction papers

     

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    Classroom Class Schedule Course Website
    102A Young W   3:10 PM - 6:00 PM
    Instructor Instructor Email Office Office Hours
    Gail Goodman , Ph.D. 152 Young Hall By appointment