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Forensic psychology

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Criminal, Legal and Investigative Psychology (CLIP) is a research group within the area of forensic psychology. CLIP was established in 2000 and is situated at the Department of Psychology.

Our aim is to conduct research that contributes to psychological theory as well as being applicable to the legal system.

To reach out, members of the research group are continuously involved with further education and training for police investigators, prosecutors, judges, and other groups of professionals. We also engage in the public debate and participate in public events. 

The group also initiated and teach courses in forensic psychology at all levels at the University of Gothenburg.  

Beyond True Crime: Myths and Facts about Legal Psychology

FILM SERIES: There are many ideas about how people think and act in legal contexts. Which are true and which are just myths? In this series, our researchers give straightforward explanations of what psychological research shows. Watch the full series

 

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

New Publications

The latest publications from CLIP:s members

Luke, T. J., & Alceste, F. (2020). The mechanisms of minimization: How interrogation tactics suggest lenient sentencing through pragmatic implication. Law and Human Behavior, advanced online publication.

Page Manager: Sofia Calderon|Last update: 3/20/2020
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