Please also refer to the following articles for more
suggestions about teaching classes in psychology and law. (This
list is taken from the References of the 2 articles at the top of this
page.) For articles on Teaching Techniques that have appeared in
the AP-LS Newsletter, please
Anderson, D. (1992). Using
feature films as tools for analysis in a
psychology and law course. Teaching of
Psychology, 19, 155-157.
Fass, M.E. (1999). A forensic
psychology exercise: Role playing and the
insanity defense. Teaching of Psychology,
Fulero, S., Greene, E., Hans,
V., Nietzel, M., Small, M., & Wrightsman, L.
(1999). Undergraduate education in legal
psychology. Law and Human Behavior, 23, 137-153.
Greene, E. (1987). An
undergraduate course in psychology and the law.
Teaching of Psychology, 14, 238-239
Liss, M. (1992). Psychology
and law courses: Content and materials. Law and
Human Behavior, 16, 463-471.
Miller, L. (1997). Teaching
about repressed memories of childhood sexual
abuse and eyewitness testimony. Teaching of
Psychology, 24. 250-255.
Ogloff, J., Tomkins, A., &
Bersoff, D. (1996). Education and training in
psychology and law/criminal justice. Criminal
Justice and Behavior, 23, 200-235.
Otto, R., & Fulero, S.
(2006). Integrating psychology and law into
undergraduate instruction. Observer (Association
for Psychological Science), 19, retrieved from
Perry, N., Huss, M.,
McAuliff, B., & Galas, J. (1996). An
active-learning approach to teaching the
undergraduate psychology and law course.
Teaching of Psychology, 23, 76-81.
Schumacher, J.E., & Brodsky,
S.L. (1988). The mock trial: An exploration of
applications and dynamics in interdisciplinary
training. Law and Psychology Review,
Schwarzmueller, A. (2006).
Critiquing media portrayals of forensic
professionals: A project for students. Teaching
of Psychology, 22, 205-207.
Small, M. (1993). Legal
psychology and therapeutic jurisprudence. St.
Louis University Law Journal, 37, 675-700.
Swenson, E. (1983).
Incorporating law into the undergraduate
psychology curriculum. Teaching of Psychology,
Thagard, P. (2006).
Evaluating explanations in law, science, and
everyday life. Current Directions in
Psychological Science, 15, 141-145.
Werth, J.L., Harvey, J.,
McNamara, R., Svoboda, A., Gulbrandson, R.,
Hendren, J., et al. (2002). Using controversial
mock trials in Psychology and Law courses:
Suggestions from participants. Teaching of
Psychology, 29, 20-24.