Psychology, Public Policy, and Law |Common in Practice, Neglected in Research

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With joint evaluations of CST and MSO, defendants are more likely to be deemed insane and less likely to be deemed incompetent. This is the bottom line of a recently published article in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. To read the full Translating Practice into Research post from CONCEPT Professional Training and contributing Author Andrea […]

Learn about Juvenile Waiver to Adult Court at Summer Training Institute this summer!

Summer Training Institute at John Jay College of Criminal Justice is approaching fast!  Have you secured your spot in the in-person workshops this June? The instructors are internationally recognized experts, prolific authors, and engaging presenters. Below is a snippet of one of  the two workshops that Dr. Randy Salekin will be presenting. For more information […]

Summer Training Institute this June at John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Summer Training Institute is right around the corner! Secure your spot for in-person workshops with  internationally recognized experts, prolific authors, and engaging presenters. Below is a snippet of one of the workshops that Dr. Randy Salekin will be presenting.  For more information on the available workshops and social events, visit Summer Training Institute. We hope […]