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All About Forensic Psychology Newsletter: Issue 3
May 27, 2006
Forensic Psychology Newsletter
A very warm welcome to the third edition of the all about forensic psychology newsletter.
This newsletter contains graphics that most of you will be able to see, along with links that you can access should you wish to do so.
If you can only see text, this means that your e-mail software cannot read HTML (this just means that the newsletter cannot be read as if it were a web page). You'll still get all the content, although it won't be as easy on the eye, for instance you'll see a series a code where the picture, graphic or link would be.
This edition is really Just a quick mini newsletter to bring you up-to-date with all the new additions to the all about forensic psychology website.
There is now a comprehensive collection of high quality psychology and forensic sites. These links should prove particularly useful for students requiring source material for term papers, essays or research projects/dissertations.
I'm more than happy to moderate and maintain the forum. If it works well and proves to be popular, I'll upgrade the forum software to allow more messages per page etc. The forum is now live and can be accessed via the following link.
The books are arranged within 5 categories: General forensic psychology books, criminal profiling books, psychological testing and assessment books, understanding the psychopath books and eye witness testimony books. See following link for more details on the listed books.
The forensic psychology toolbar allows you to search the web, access quality forensic psychology links, receive the latest psychology news and articles from psychology today and tune into BBC Radio 4 so that you can listen to great psychology related programs such as all in the mind.
I've personally custom made the toolbar and use it myself so I'm confident that you'll find it useful and the best bit is that you can get hold of it for free.
If you think your friends might be interested in taking a look at the website, please feel free to forward this edition of the newsletter to them.
If you're reading this on the recommendation of a friend and would like to receive all the future editions, you can subscribe for free by visiting the main forensic psychology website (see link below).
Hopefully the next edition of the newsletter will be sent out in the next month or so.
Keep the suggestions coming in and remember never stop learning.
All the very best
David Webb BSc (hons), MSc
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