Psychology and Law
Focuses on the application of psychological principles to the legal system. Though social psychological principles will be emphasized, other areas such as memory, perception, cognition and personality will be relevant as well. Through class discussions and reading empirical studies, students will develop an understanding of the contributions these areas have made to the legal system as well as gain better insight in to how the legal system impacts our daily lives.
Prerequisite: Must have completed 60 credits and in Psychology Major or Minor OR Legal Studies major OR Criminal Justice Major.
||08/25/14 - 12/12/14