We continue our series of winter postcards from the School's modules, written by the academics who work mostly closely with students and tutors, the Staff Tutors. They write about what's happening on each module at this point in the year. Today Stephen Robinson writes from DD310 Counselling and Forensic Psychology: Investigating Crime and Therapy. Hi,… Continue reading A winter postcard from module DD310 Counselling and forensic psychology; investigating crime and therapy
The HERC Research Centre is hosting a seminar on Forensic Cognition Research in London on Wednesday 5th February from 15.30 to 17.30. Speakers will present on the investigation of County Lines drug crimes, police legitimacy, and impaired attentional control. If you would like to attend please register via the HERC website:- http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/events/forensic-cognition-research-group-seminar-series-2 Speakers at the… Continue reading A seminar on Forensic Cognition Research
We continue our series of winter postcards from the School's modules, written by the academics who work mostly closely with students and tutors, the Staff Tutors. Today Mark Smith writes from DD802, a second-level postgraduate module in forensic psychology. What’s happening at the moment on DD802? Having already completed the first-year module DD801, students on… Continue reading A winter postcard from DD802 Investigating Forensic Psychology
Dr David Jones, from the School of Psychology and Counselling, explains how the cross-disciplinary field of psychosocial studies makes a special contribution to criminology, going beyond either psychological or sociological accounts of criminal behaviour. The second edition of his book, Understanding Criminal Behaviour: Psychosocial Perspectives on Criminality and Violence (2019), is published by Routledge. I… Continue reading Psychosocial Studies and Criminology: A new book
Professor Graham Pike is part of the Forensic Cognition Research Group in the School. This blog outlines some of his recent research and engagement activities, including work with the BBC and police forces. This October, Graham Pike (Professor of Forensic Cognition, OU) has been involved in a number of ‘knowledge exchange’ activities and events based on… Continue reading What do professors do all day?