Psychology of Law

Psychology 431

Usual Description

Psychology of law concerns the application of research from all subdisciplinary areas of psychology including cognitive, clinical, social, developmental, and physiological. Topics may include forensic assessment, eyewitness accuracy, jury decision making, special considerations surrounding juveniles, hypnosis, and repressed memory. Much of the content of the seminar will be determined by the students in consultation with the instructor.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Psychology 431 Taught by Patricia deWinstanley
Psychology 431 Taught by Patricia (Patty) DeWinstanley
Psychology 431 Taught by Patricia (Patty) DeWinstanley
Psychology 431 Taught by Patricia (Patty) DeWinstanley
Psychology 431 Taught by Patricia (Patty) DeWinstanley
Psychology 431 Taught by Patricia (Patty) DeWinstanley
Psychology 431 Taught by Patricia (Patty) DeWinstanley