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2 Complete Continuing Education Programs (Up to 13 Credits)
2 Complete Continuing Education Programs (Up to 13 Credits)

Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology (2 Complete Journal-Based CE Programs) - 8 & 5 Credits/Hours

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Original Articles 2009 (8 CE Credits) - $40.00
Excerpts 2009 (5 CE Credits) - $25.00
• OAJ1 Program awards 8 Continuing Education Credits
• OAJ1E Program awards 5 Continuing Education Credits

Target Audience
Psychologists

Learning Level
Intermediate

Learning Objectives
Volume 1: 2009
  • Use evidence-based security tools.
  • Apply the TPARTI: A brief assessment for hearing-related responsivity barriers to group treatment.
  • Define Paraphilia NOS and Sex Disorder NOS.
  • Explain the effect of formal and informal coercion on managing risk for violence in the community.
  • Recognize ethical implications of practice effects on mental retardation claims in capital cases.
  • Discuss perceptions of excuse defenses.
  • Demonstrate how one forensic psychologist resolved role conflicts.
  • Present psychological evidence used to restrict video-game violence.
Volume 1: 2009 - Excerpts
  • Explain the fair and effective recording of police interrogations, and discuss law enforcement attitudes to recording custodial interviews.
  • Discuss admissibility of expert testimony in disputed-confession cases.
  • Identify what makes a good liar.
  • Summarize how to interview suspects of fraud.
  • Describe how false confessions lead to wrongful convictions.
These Continuing Education Programs are based on articles appearing in the Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology (OAJFP).  OAJFP is a professional, peer-reviewed journal created by and for forensic psychologists and is free to anyone with Internet access.  A portion of the price of these CE programs goes toward maintaining OAJFP.  Additional - and totally voluntary - donations may be made when you submit your CE order.

The content of these programs is most appropriate for forensic psychologists,other mental health professionals with forensic experience, and those who are preparing their forensic psychology skills.


The materials on which these programs are based are free and can be accessed online at: https://www.oajfp.com/
.  Eventually, new CE programs will be developed for the other volumes of this journal.  Links to the particular programs for which CE credits are currently offered are shown below.

You may read the articles online or print them out.  Upon ordering the CE program from Professional Resource Press, you will be sent a packet containing the multiple choice questions based on the Journal articles.  Also included are an answer sheet to record your answers, a registration form, an evaluation form, and an envelope in which to return these forms.  A certificate of completion will be sent upon successful completion of this program (you must correctly answer 80% of the test questions to receive your certificate). Faculty credentials are included at the beginning of every OAJFP journal article; learning objectives and grievance procedures are available on request. This is an intermediate level CE program. Any unopened and unused CE questions and other materials you receive from Professional Resource Exchange, Inc. may be returned for a full refund within 30 days after it is received.


CE Program I
This program is based on original material from Volume I of the Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology (OAJFP). 
To access these articles, go to: https://www.oajfp.com/Click the Articles tab and select Volume 1.  Click on the Adobe PDF button to the left of each article to read or print out.  This program awards 8 CE credits (including one ethics credit) for correctly answering 80% of the 80 test questions.
The following forensic topics are covered with this program:

           Evidence-based security tools
TPARTI: Brief assessment for hearing-related responsivity barriers to group treatment
Paraphilia NOS and Sex Disorder NOS

The effect of formal and informal coercion on managing risk for violence in the community
Ethical implications of practice effects on mental retardation claims in capital cases
Perceptions of excuse defenses
How one forensic psychologist resolved role conflicts
Psychological evidence used to restrict video-game violence

CE Program IE
This program is based on excerpts of material from a special issue of the the Journal of Psychiatry and the Law.  It appears under Excerpts  within Volume I of the
Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology (OAJFP).  This program awards 5 CE credits for answering 80% of the 50 test questions.
  To access these articles, go to: https://www.oajfp.com/Click the Articles tab and select Volume 1.  Scroll down to the Excerpts articles and click the Adobe PDF button to the left of each article to read or print out. 
The following forensic topics are covered with this program:


Fair and effective recording of police interrogations
Law enforcement attitudes to recording custodial interviews
Admissibility of expert testimony in disputed-confession cases
What makes a good liar
Interviewing suspects of fraud
How false confessions lead to wrongful convictions

About the Editor/Publisher
Gregory DeClue, PhD, ABPP, is a licensed Florida Psychologist in independent practice in Sarasota FL, and is police psychologist for several law-enforcement agencies.  He is a diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Psychology.  He has written articles across a wide range of forensic psychological practice areas and is author of Interrogations and Disputed Confessions (Professional Resource Press, 2005).

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