Christina Riggs Romaine, Assistant Professor of Psychology, has two new publications, a book and article, advancing evidence-based practices in treatment of court-involved youth and teaching of Psychology and Law.
The first is an article examining the impact of treatment on maturity in incarcerated youth. The second, a book, provides evidence-based experiential classroom activities for instructors of psychology and law.
Riggs Romaine, C.L., Kemp, K., Giallella, C.L., Goldstein, N.E.S., Serico, J. & Kelley, S. (2017). Can we hasten development? Effects of treatment on psychosocial maturity. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Online 11 October 2017, doi: 10.1177/0306624X17735720.
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Zelechoski, A.D., Wolbransky, M., & Riggs Romaine, C.L. (March 2018). Activities for Teaching Forensic Psychology and Psychology & Law Courses: A Guide for Instructors. American Psychological Association: Washington DC
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