Psychology instructors know that experiential activities help spark student interest and deepen their critical thinking skills and understanding of course content. This exciting compilation offers a wide variety of such activities for courses in psychology and law. The activities incorporate individual and group work, videos, reading materials, classroom discussions, homework assignments, and lots of interactive opportunities, including role play.
With clear, detailed instructions and guidance, this book provides everything needed to enliven topics such as jury selection, criminal profiling, and eyewitness memory. A companion website provides free handouts and videos to support these activities. Suggested modifications enable instructors to adapt activities to different class sizes, time constraints, and delivery formats (traditional, online, and hybrid). The book will be a useful resource for both novice and seasoned instructors to enhance students’ mastery of complex psycholegal topics.