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  • 1.Life After Exoneration
    For so long, the wrongfully convicted were thought of as criminals and accused of being such, until one day they were no longer. This sudden shift in identity poses new challenges for wrongfully convicted exonerees as they reenter society.
    Newsletter Article - AP-LS News (March 2014)
  • 2.Evaluating asylum seekers
    A pro bono examiner for the group Physicians for Human Rights discusses her evaluations representing individuals facing certain death without asylum.
    Newsletter Article - The Psychoanalytic Activist (April 2012)
  • 3.Psychologists obtain training on human rights law and evaluation of torture survivors
    Dr. George Hough reports on a recent training for mental health specialists that was hosted by the Physicians for Human Rights Asylum Program.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology International (June 2012)
  • 4.Conference on Rafah Nashed by Julia Kristeva
    The Syrian authorities imprisoned the psychoanalyst Rafah Nashed for over two months last fall. Julia Kristeva, French psychoanalyst and philosopher, writes about Nashed’s life and work.
    Newsletter Article - DIVISION/Review (April 2012)
  • 5.Group therapy with mentally ill condemned inmates at San Quentin State Prison
    Group therapy is held for 2 hours and in the group rooms at the San Quentin prison hospital. Group psychotherapy has been shown to be remarkably successful with many of the condemned inmates, leading to increased medication compliance, less severe mental illness symptoms and a decrease in suicidal ideation.
    Newsletter Article - The Group Psychologist (April 2011)
  • 6.Division 18 Criminal Justice Section Awards
    Two section award winners are profiled.
    Newsletter Article - The Gavel (March 2013)
  • 7.Informing key court decisions on marriage equality, eyewitness identification and more
    APA filed seven amicus briefs in 2013 to ensure courts considered psychological research when reviewing marriage equality, eyewitness identifications, false confessions and the applicability of mental disabilities to the death penalty.
    Newsletter Article - APA Access (December 2013)
  • 8.Controversy in the Psychology Classroom: Using Hot Topics to Foster Critical Thinking
    This book provides frameworks for teaching controversial topics and skills for handling disruptions, so teachers can help students evaluate evidence and develop testable questions.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology Teacher Network (May 2013)
  • 9.Recantation in Legal Contexts
    When an eyewitness or victim recants, is it enough to halt an execution, lead to an exoneration, or influence prosecutors to drop a case?
    Newsletter Article - AP-LS News (March 2014)
  • 10.The membership cycle: What is your division's plan?
    Recruitment, orientation, engagement, renewal and re-instatement are the five important stages of the membership cycle.
    Newsletter Article - Division Dialogue (December 2011)
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