A Historical Review and Resource Guide to the Scholarship of Teaching and Training in Psychology and Law and Forensic Psychology
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The field of psychology and law, including forensic psychology, is an exciting concentration of research activity and student training and has grown rapidly, but to what extent have teaching and training efforts in the field been systematically catalogued and evaluated? We conducted a historical review and content analysis of the American and Canadian literature on the scholarship of teaching and training in the field. This review catalogs (a) information related to the development of training and teaching, (b) descriptions of programs and courses at various levels, and (c) articles on teaching resources or techniques in this field. We hope it serves as a useful guide to the literature resources for those in the field and a catalyst for future interest in this area of scholarship, especially for future evaluations of teaching and training. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved)
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Najdowski, Cynthia J.; Bottoms, Bette L.; Stevenson, Margaret C.; and Veilleux, Jennifer C., "A Historical Review and Resource Guide to the Scholarship of Teaching and Training in Psychology and Law and Forensic Psychology" (2015). Psychology Faculty Scholarship. 11.
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Najdowski, C. J., Bottoms, B. L., Stevenson, M. C., & Veilleux, J. C. (2015). A historical review and resource guide to the scholarship of teaching and training in psychology and law and forensic psychology. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 9, 217-228. DOI: 10.1037/tep0000095