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Religion and Crime
Article discusses the relation between religion and crime.

Forensic Psychology

Firstline--Criminal Law Information
Site provides information about the process after one is caught committing a crime and about other topics concerning law. Some topics include the jury, the trial, and young offenders.
Forensic and Psychological Assessment and Expert Witness
Site provides information and links concerning forensics and psychological assessment.
On the Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology and Crime
Classic essays about psychology and crime by Hugo Munsterberg.
Psychometrics Canada
Site provides information about the selection and assessment of psychological tests.
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Article discusses the use of having a mental disorder as a defence.

Recovered Memories

Elizabeth Loftus--Leading Researcher in False Memories
Elizabeth Loftus' site provides links to articles she has written about false memories.
Questions and Answers About Memories of Childhood Abuse
Article addresses the generation of repressed, recovered, and suggested memories.

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