CRIME, SCIENCE AND PUBLIC

PSY215FS.01

Introduction to theories of criminal behavior from developmental and psychological perspectives, with focus on scientific and public perspectives. Investigate risk and protective factors influencing the development of delinquency and crime, systemic and sociocultural factors, ethical controversies, and applied topics in criminal behavior. Students critically evaluate, synthesize, and debate cases in context of current empirical research. Interactive learning emphasized. Open only to students in the Focus Program. Instructor: Ehrensaft

Day / Time: 

MW 11:45AM-1:00PM

Location: 

Trent 142

Instructor: 

Ehrensaft, Miriam

Section: 

01