PSYC 302 - Forensic Psychology
Examines the interaction of psychology and the law, especially the critical gap between psychological science and the legal system practice. Explores topics such as psychological testimony about insanity, competency to stand trial, eyewitness testimony, psychopathy, and criminal profiling. Students will also learn about and present various classic experiments in the emerging field of forensic psychology.
Prerequisites: PSYC 157 AND CO1 course
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
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