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Forensic Psychology in Civil and Criminal Law (Course No. 6072): Home


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Welcome to McFarlin Library.  This library research guide will introduce you to some of the materials available from McFarlin that should help you in your research for Forensic Psychology in Civil and Criminal Law (Course No. 6072).  It focuses on resources in McFarlin related to the field of psychology and mental health.

Please note the tabs above:

  • Books and More: Search the library catalog (includes MLIC holdings).
  • Journal Articles: Tips on the best library databases to use in researching a psychology/mental health topic.
  • Tests and Measures: Find out how to locate various psychological assessment tools.
  • Websites:  Internet sites related to professional associations in forensic psychology-related fields.
  • Zotero: Learn more about TU's citation management software, available free to all TU students.

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