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The forensic science conferences and workshop page will be regularly updated throughout the year. It's aim is to publicize the best continuing education, professional development or general interest events within the world of forensic science, forensic investigation and criminal justice.

Legal Psychology: Science and Applications

Vilnius, Lithuania

November 16th 2012

The main mission of the conference is to bring together professionals of various areas of legal psychology. The aim is to share experience, discuss contemporary research and problems, and to outline perspectives of legal psychology development.

The conference will cover traditional and the newest topics in legal psychology. Likewise it will overview theoretical and practical aspects of this science: issues in education of legal psychologists, professional competences of psychologist conducting psychological assessment, the role of psychologist in penal process, peculiarities of interrogation process, the evaluation of evidence reliability, false confessions, re-offense risk assessment, issues in procedural justice, the effectiveness of interventions, etc.

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