Sources

Where does all this material come from? I monitor dozens of websites and journals and pick out articles that catch my eye that I think would be of interest to readers and that I think I might want to come back to one day. As well as the blogs listed on the blogroll, I find the following sites particularly useful:

Eureka Alert – scientific research press releases

Docuticker – resources, reports and publications from government agencies, NGOs, think tanks and other public interest organizations.

British Psychological Society’s Research Digest – great blog, and if you haven’t time to check the website, the BPS-RD can be delivered to your inbox for free every fortnight.

Mind Hacks – quirky, serious, interesting and eclectic, a great general psychology blog with regular items of forensic relevance.

 

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A place to collate information of interest in a forensic psychological context