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Executed despite the presence of exonerating evidence: Troy Davis

Tunnel-vision claims another victim. Forensic psychology courses teach about the problems associated with tunnel-vision in interrogative settings, and stress the importance of implementing safeguards into police practices to avoid prosecution of the innocent. The case of Troy Davis is an example of when questionable police practices have lead to [...]

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Welcome to The Forensic Psychology Student Group

The FPSG at UBC Okanagan is a graduate-student initiative dedicated to producing high quality research, education and public discourse. Dealing with issues at the intersection of psychology and law, the group delves into topics such as psychopathy, deception detection, sex offending, juvenile offending, eyewitness memory, jury decision-making, recidivism and offender treatment. The group aims to disseminate knowledge to help the public form evidence-based opinions about crime and the justice system.

This website is a forum for the community and UBC scholars to discuss recent developments in forensic psychology, including issues arising in public media and research initiatives.

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