Legal psychology, Interdisciplinary education, Psychology and law
Law and Psychology | Legal Education
The purpose of this article is to describe ways that legal psychology can be introduced into the undergraduate curriculum. The extent to which undergraduate "psychology and law" courses are currently part of the curriculum is described, and a model is proposed for coursework in a Psychology Department that might adequately reflect coverage of the legal area. The role of legal psychology in interdisciplinary programs and Criminal Justice departments is discussed. Sources for teaching aids and curricular materials are described.
Fulero, Solomon F.; Greene, Edith; Hans, Valerie P.; Nietzel, Michael T.; Small, Mark A.; and Wrightsman, Lawrence S., "Undergraduate Education in Legal Psychology" (1999). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 407.
Published in: Law and Human Behavior, vol. 23, no. 1 (Feb. 1999)