The five articles in this special issue of FSI:Synergy were created to advance the understanding and adoption of insights from cognitive psychology into forensic practice.
Together these articles form the “Human Factors in Forensic Science Practice Sourcebook,” which the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) directed RTI International's Forensic Technology Center of Excellence to develop. Each article in this issue represents a “chapter” of this reference and is intended to address a specific field of knowledge within the cognitive psychology literature and how it may apply to and strengthen forensic science. (Publisher Abstract)
- Examining Bullying Perpetration as a Predictor of Later Teen Dating Violence Perpetration: Do Gender-Based Biases Affect This Pathway?
- Adolescents’ Expectations for Types of Victim Retaliation Following Direct Bullying
- How Mass Public Shooters Use Social Media: Exploring Themes and Future Directions