PSYCHOLOGY LAW EVIDENCE DATABASE
It is becoming increasingly challenging for professionals and the public to navigate through the ever-growing body of information to identify and access high-quality research that is relevant to their respective fields. The Psychology Law Evidence Database (PLED) was created to address this need.
For more information click here.
To access the PLED, please visit www.psychologylawevidence.com.
Any individuals interested in serving as expert reviewers are encouraged to contact PLED@sfu.ca.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
$3,000 APF Trauma Psychology Grant
The American Psychological Foundation’s (APF) 2018 Trauma Psychology Grant seeks to support innovative work to alleviate trauma.
See our website for more information http://www.apa.org/apf/funding/trauma-psychology-grant.aspx
The deadline for applications is February 15, 2018.
In this issue’s Legal Update column, featuring a new editor, a freely available mental health law news resource is profiled. A short primer on legal research is also provided for readers without formal legal training. Click here to view the Legal Update.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW: ADVANCES IN PSYCHOLOGY
This is a quarterly review and summary of the valuable advancements in the psychological and legal fields. Sometimes staying on top of all the news, research and legal updates relevant to the field can be a daunting task. Our hope with this quarterly update is to save you some time and keep you informed! Click here to learn about the advances in psychology.
Take a look at the latest research briefs for short summaries of the latest articles relevant to psychology-law.
Click here to see the latest briefs.
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AP-LS JOB POSTINGS
Check out AP-LS's Job Postings Page for up-to-date information on available psychology-law positions here.
Note that new positions are available.