Tuesday, September 11, 2007

The Role of Forensic Psychology in the Real World of Criminal Justice

The Role of Forensic Psychology in the Real World of Criminal Justice is the title of the Forensic Psychology Symposium taking place at the The College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown, New Jersey on Saturday October 20, 2007.

This innovative Forensic Psychology Symposium includes contributions from the following high profile speakers:

  • Katherine Ramsland, Ph.D.

  • The Facts about Fiction and What Gil Grissom Could Learn about Forensic Psychology.

  • Daniel Greenfield, M.D.

  • Forensic Psychiatry: Like Nostalgia, Criminal Responsibility Ain’t What It Used To Be.

  • Matthew Johnson, Ph.D.

  • The Psychology of False Confessions: Two Recently Identified Cases.

  • Jerry Lewis, M.A.

  • Polygraph: The Truth Lies Within.

  • Louis Schlesinger, Ph.D.

  • Crime Scene Analysis, Forensic Assessment, Psychological Profiling and a Lot More.

    Dr. Valerie Scott, director of Graduate Programs in Psychology at The College of Saint Elizabeth notes that “Forensic psychology plays a crucial role in the world of criminal justice, But, the role we see in the popular media is not necessarily accurate. This seminar goes beyond CSI and criminal minds and debunks the media myths. The session should be enjoyed by all – the general public, as well as mental health and criminal justice professionals.”

    Click Here for full details.


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