Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Investigative Psychology: Professor David Canter

Forensic Psychology

David Canter is the director of the International Centre for Investigative Psychology and professor of psychology at the University of Liverpool. In 1994 he established the MSc in investigative psychology which was the first degree course in the world to incorporate the study of criminal profiling as part of a broad examination into the ways in which psychology can be employed within criminal investigations.

Professor Canter recently gave an interview to the BBC where he talks about Investigative Psychology in more detail. You can read the transcript of the interview by Clicking Here

David Canter's work on Investigative Psychology is also featured on the main forensic psychology website, which you can access by Clicking Here

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