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Forensic psychology


CLIP (Criminal, Legal and Investigative Psychology) is a research group within the area of forensic psychology. CLIP was established in 2000 and is situated at the Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg. The group conducts research with the aim of contributing to psychological theory as well as being applicable to the legal system.

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Research unit for Criminal, Legal and Investigative Psychology (CLIP)

New Publications

The latest publications from CLIP:s members

May, L., Granhag, P.A. & Tekin, S. (2017). Interviewing suspects in denial: On how different evidence disclosure modes affect the elicitation of new critical information. Frontiers in Psychology. 

CLIP in the media

CREST Security Review
2016-08-15

CREST Security review has published an article written by CLIP member Simon Oleszkiewicz about the psychology behind the Scharff technique. Read the article here.

 

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