- Forensic Psychology
- Recovered Memories
- Criminal Justice Careers, Degrees, and Resources (US-based)
- Site provides information and links to the U.S. criminal justice system: law enforcement, the court system, and the corrections system.
- Discover Criminal Justice
- Site provides information on and links to US-based criminal justice degree programs, as well as feature articles and interviews.
- Access to Justice Network
- Site provides information about many areas of Canadian law including young offenders, aboriginal people, juries, and other topics.
- National Criminal Justice References Service
- Site provides articles related to drugs and crime, international crime, juvenile justice, law enforcement, courts, corrections, and victims of crime. However, the information is from the United States.
- On the Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology and Crime
- Classic essays about psychology and crime by Hugo Munsterberg.
- Zeno's Forensic Site: Information on Forensic Science
- Site includes links to other sites concerning forensic psychiatry/psychology and expert witness.
- Definition of Memory and Memory Implications
- Site provides a description of memory, amnesia, implicit memory, and the accuracy of memory.
- Elizabeth Loftus--Leading Researcher in False Memories
- Elizabeth Loftus' site provides links to articles she has written about false memories.
- Mistaken Identity Can Land Innocent People in Jail
- Site includes an interactive simulation that lets you experience first hand how people can mistake the identity of criminals.
- Recovered Memories of Sexual Abuse: Scientific Research and Scholarly Resources
- Site summarizes a number of pertinent findings from research concerning recovered memories of sexual abuse.
- Recovered Memory Therapy and False Memory Syndrome
- Article discusses how false memories are created, "how memory really works, [and] why recovered memory therapy is bad therapy."
- Repressed Memories & Recovered Memory Therapy (RMT)
- Some topics covered by this site are what are/are not recovered memories, what techniques are used in recovering memories, how often do repressed memories occur, and how reliable are recovered memories.
Please take a moment and tell us what you think of this resource
by filling in our feedback form.