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PSY 242: Forensic Psychology: Start

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Welcome to the Forensic Psychology research guide.

As you examine the application of psychology to the criminal and civil justice systems, you'll want to consult a variety of library resources -- ranging from psychology journal articles, to scholarly books, to films, to legal information.

This guide provides links to some of the most useful resources. I hope you'll have fun with your research this January, and that you'll visit with the librarians at the reference desk if you have questions or encounter problems. We love to help you find what you're looking for!


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