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In thinking about putting my Psych and Law class online, I wanted to find a way to give students something they wouldn't normally have access to WHILE also helping reduce each other's work load. The idea is to get 2-3 people "together" via Video conference (or if you are in the same location and feel comfortable being in the same room with each other, do that) and do something like mini panel discussions, "fireside chats" or something like that. For example, 2-3 people who study plea bargaining could pair up and talk about a specific issue or study or something. It's up to you! So, with that in mind - if you're willing to participate, put in your name, areas you want to talk about, and contac info and go forth and chat. Once you've done your chat, email it to me at scappleby1@gmail.com and I will upload it to YouTube*. Then, people can use whatever topics they want/need in their online courses. *If you have a better way, please let me know - I've only ever made one YouTube video in my life :).
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NameAreas you're willing to chat aboutHow to contactVideo Chatting Services Pre-Existing Media for people to use? (e.g Podcast, Tedx Talks, etc).
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Sara ApplebyInterrogations, Confessions, Race, Poverty, Prisonscappleby1@gmail.comSkype, Zoom, Google HangOutsPodcast about the Appleby & Kassin (2016) Confessions v. DNA paper: https://www.excitedutterancepodcast.com/listen/2017/10/23/38-sara-appleby
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Joseph HammLegitimacy, trust, public opinion of legal authoritiesjhamm@msu.eduZoom
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Cait CavanaghJuvenile Justice and Adolescent Developmentcavana81@msu.eduhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiogxtKMf-I#action=share
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Tess NealForensic Psychology; Correctional Psychologytneal6@asu.edu (but beware, I'm home with littles and not getting much work done...happy to share preexisting content, may not be as helpful with new content or responding to new emails)"What is Forensic Psychology?" prerecorded 16:28 (16 min 28 secs) lecture here:


https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/4z0jwxmof2
"Expert bias" prerecorded 18:32 lecture here (note, this one is a bit dated...I would do it differently now, but it's still relevant).


https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/k2g9kf62le
"Basics of the Insanity Defense" prerecorded 9:46 lecture here:


https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/1bkipcpz8y
"Initial History of the Insanity Defense" prerecorded 20:32 lecture here:

https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/m5dmwgjjbr
"Recent history of the Insanity Defense" prerecorded 19:35 min lecture here:

https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/8xfdxn1bn4
"Child Custody Intro" prerecorded 13:40 min lecture here:

https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/12btec4l1q

"Civil Commitment Cases & Standards" 12:08 min prerecorded lecture here:

https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/23ui2n151y
"Correctional Psychology: A Distinct Subfield of Psychology" 14:49 prerecorded lecture here:

https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/sjiwa7lvih
"Psychology of Prison Rape" 16:45 min prerecorded lecture here:


https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/yzt5j3pg3y
"The Psychology of Supermax" 11:50 min prerecorded lecture here:

https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/h40vdv2qre
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Lora LevettExpert Testimony, Juror and Jury Decision Making, Eyewitness ID
llevett@ufl.edu - I second what Tess said above though - home with littles and not getting a ton done
ZoomI'll see if I can get some of my stuff here - it's saved on UF's drive and I am not tech savvy so it will take me a minute
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Lindsay MalloyChildren's eyewitness testimony, juvenile interrogations and confessions, children's disclosure of maltreatment, investigative interviewing with children
lindsay.malloy@uoit.ca - also very overwhelmed home with young kids
google meets, google hangouts, skype I think....If I can remember my password:)
ted talk on juvenile interrogations and confessions https://www.ted.com/talks/lindsay_malloy_why_teens_confess_to_crimes_they_didn_t_commit
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Kelsey Henderson Plea bargaining, true and false guilty pleas, social influence
kelsey.henderson@pdx.edu
Zoom, Skype Discussion activities posted to Sara's website: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Va4KsTpcYjDs1qHxmwaL1y4zJMaQxvY_
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Jen PerilloPlea bargaining, interrogations, confessions, expert testimony, expert bias, jury decision makingjperillo@iup.eduSkype, Zoom, Google Hangouts
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Kento YasuharaTreatment within CJ, Stigma of mental illness within CJ, risk assessment,
kyasuhara@newhaven.edu
Zoom, Skype I have my entire forensic psychology course on video. Additionally, I have major psych/law cases as youtube videos, for my Law, psychology, and mental health systems class.
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Reveka ShteynbergPlea bargaining, jury decision-making, courts and court organization, indigent defense, intersection between family courts/law and criminal courts/law, juvenile justice, body-worn cameras/dashboard cameras
reveka.shteynberg@csusb.edu
zoom, skype, google hangoutsFrom grad school days, was asked by the NLADA to make a webinar for grad students wanting to get involved in indigent defense research: https://youtu.be/JROjHC8yxUQ . I also have some discussion activities/currated juvenile justice documentaries/videos for those who want it (I have an entire Juvenile Justice course ready to go online as a quarter based class)
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Amanda BergoldEyewitness identification, judicial instructions, jury decision-making, race
amanda.bergold@gmail.com OR amanda.bergold@marist.edu
skype, google hangouts, facetime, zoom (i think)
Not generated by me, but in a pinch Quattrone Center put all their panels online which could potentially be useful. They have even had talks given by DA of Philadelphia Larry Krasner, which might be interesting to folks teaching both Psych and Law and other crime courses: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLR5Q3wC5nyVkVC9R4yP4lV3N5wvJLmO7z
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Brandon SparksTrust in police, sex offenders
brandon.sparks@usask.ca
Skype, Zoom, WebEx, Groups
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