PLED is used around the world!

The Psychology-Law Evidence Database users represent of 39 different countries. We are excited to see the use of PLED extend beyond borders and be a resources for colleagues and the public internationally.

Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Cape Verde
Chile
China
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Guatemala
India
Ireland
Italy
Lithuania
Mexico
The Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Singapore
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Thailand
United Kingdom
United States

Call for Graduate Student Reviewers Extended to April 29th

The Psychology Law Evidence Database coordinators are now accepting applications for senior graduate students in psychology-law graduate programs to serve as volunteer reviewers.

Reviewers are responsible for reviewing two sources per month (at a maximum). For each source assigned, you will receive a PDF of the document and a completed objective review of the papers methodological quality. You will be required to complete a subjective rating for inclusion based on your read of the paper and an objective rating (i.e., significant of the source, appropriateness for the database, strength of the methodology and data analysis, conceptual strength, quality of writing, and recommendation [include, exclude, defer review]). The anticipated time commitment is 2-4 hours per month. The coordinators of the database (Dr. Cook, Dr. Roesch, or Dr. Zapf) will make final decision for inclusion based on reviewer recommendations.

We hope you will consider joining us in creating this service to the profession.

To apply please email (1) a 400-word max statement of intent, (2) a 2-page max CV, (3) a 1-page max list of psychology-law coursework or workshops completed (include your  year of study in your graduate program) to the PLED Coordinators by April 29, 2016. Successful applicants will demonstrate interest in the promotion of knowledge exchange, completion of relevant coursework or workshops in the field, and breadth of knowledge in topics related to psychology and the law. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

We also continue to welcome professional reviewers. Please contact us for more information.

Call for Graduate Student Reviewers, due March 18, 2016

The Psychology Law Evidence Database coordinators are now accepting applications for senior graduate students in psychology-law graduate programs to serve as volunteer reviewers.

Reviewers are responsible for reviewing two sources per month (at a maximum). For each source assigned, you will receive a PDF of the document and a completed objective review of the papers methodological quality. You will be required to complete a subjective rating for inclusion based on your read of the paper and an objective rating (i.e., significant of the source, appropriateness for the database, strength of the methodology and data analysis, conceptual strength, quality of writing, and recommendation [include, exclude, defer review]). The anticipated time commitment is 2-4 hours per month. The coordinators of the database (Dr. Cook, Dr. Roesch, or Dr. Zapf) will make final decision for inclusion based on reviewer recommendations.

We hope you will consider joining us in creating this service to the profession.

To apply please email (1) a 400-word max statement of intent, (2) a 2-page max CV, (3) a 1-page max list of psychology-law coursework or workshops completed (include your  year of study in your graduate program) to the PLED Coordinators by March 18, 2016. Successful applicants will demonstrate interest in the promotion of knowledge exchange, completion of relevant coursework or workshops in the field, and breadth of knowledge in topics related to psychology and the law. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

We also continue to welcome professional reviewers. Please contact us for more information.

Sources for all topics from 2014 on the PLED

2014

Currently the PLED covers all sources searched and reviewed by the PLED team for all topics relevant to psychology and law in 2014. We continue to work hard conducting searches and reviews of relevant sources, with new content uploaded weekly. We will update the site with sources from 2015 and work our way backward chronologically to review sources identified in our searches for inclusion in the PLED.