If you are interested in studying forensic psychology, either as a graduate or post-graduate student, this resource will be perfect for you! This article was written by the EAPL-S representative for Argentina: Dr. Néstor Carlos Litter.
Argentina is located in the southern and western hemisphere. Its location in South America, it allows an adequate link within the regional framework.
The vast territory of Argentina has a diversity of landscapes, where ice fields contrast with arid, mountainous terrain with valleys or plateaus, rivers or lakes with large areas of ocean and grassy plains with woods and forests.
Argentina has a network of national universities where free and study, and many private universities; well doctorates, postgraduate, masters and specialization are the most diverse directions and approaches.
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The EAPL-S is pleased to announce that our collaboration with the journal Psychology, Crime, and Law has resulted in a student-centred special edition showcasing student authors and student editors. The special edition will be officially published this month, but you can already find the articles online through Taylor & Francis.
See below for the full guest editorial in this issue. The article is written by the co-president of the EAPL student society, Julia Shaw, a fellow student society member, Lisa Öhman, and one of the founders of the EAPL, Peter van Koppen. You can also access the pdf of the article here. As of mid to late August 2013 you will be able to see the full list of articles in this special edition through the Taylor & Francis website, under "Volume 19: Issue 8". We will be highlighting individual articles from this issue over the coming months.
Authors: Julia Shaw a , Lisa Öhman a & Peter van Koppen a
It is our pleasure to introduce this special edition of Psychology, Crime & Law, which highlights research conducted by students in the area of psychology and law (an area also referred to as legal psychology, forensic psychology, and psycho-legal psychology). This special edition was compiled as part of the effort of the European Association of Psychology and Law Student Society (EAPL-S) to increase awareness of student research, and to promote student involvement in psychology and law.