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date: 03 December 2020

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The purpose of this article is to provide undergraduate instructors of courses in forensic clinical psychology with some guidance in curriculum planning and determining lecture material. To this end, after limiting the scope of this chapter strictly to the clinical application of psychology to the legal system, challenges unique to teaching a forensic psychology course are discussed; a model for an undergraduate course in forensic psychology is provided; a collection of teaching resources is gathered and made easily accessible to readers; and possible career paths related to the field of forensic psychology are described to assist instructors in providing relevant career information to interested students.

Keywords: Forensic clinical psychology, teaching, undergraduate education, case-based instruction, active learning, curricula planning

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