Kelas kerjasama Psikologi Forensik Universitas Airlangga 2020

Mari belajar Psikologi Forensik bersama-sama di Kelas Online Psikologi Forensik Universitas Airlangga.

Kelas psikologi kerjasama ini bertujuan untuk menginspirasi belajar ilmu psikologi forensik dan memberikan kesempatan mahasiswa utk memahami bagaimana psikologi forensik dilakukan di Indonesia, India dan Australia.

Dibuka bagi mahasiswa psikologi dari universitas lain untuk ikut dalam kelas ini. Namun karena kuota terbatas (5 orang dg motivasi tinggi) segera lengkapi registrasinya.

Kelas ini tidak memungut biaya, tapi mahasiswa perlu hadir membawa semangat belajar.

Kita akan belajar bersama mahasiswa dari beberapa negara dalam bahasa inggris.

Website: bit.ly/amertagjc2020

Registration: bit.ly/amertajointclass2020

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Why Forensic Psychology at Universitas Airlangga?

As the crime rate increases, societies are pacing with time for improving ways to deal with and prevent criminal behaviour. Forensic Psychology provides insights about human behaviour and mental processes for understanding, predicting and preventing crime. Two alumni will share their works in this course.

Reno Fitria Sari, an alumna of Forensic Sciences Universitas Airlangga
“I want to share about terrorism and its organization in Indonesia. Further, we can discuss the psychological profile of terrorists in Indonesia”.

Irma Sham, an alumna of Faculty of Psychology Universitas Airlangga
“Learning from my experience in the USA, I want to share how crime is closely related to addiction and substance abuse. I will also explain the difference between criminal personality dan addictive personality.”

Why Forensic Psychology at Universitas Airlangga?

Do you know that in Australia, a 10-year old cannot make a Facebook account but can be sent to prison?

Melissa Willoughby, a PhD candidate of the University of Melbourne, is devoting her research project on incarcerated children in Australia. Backed-up with empirical Forensic Psychology studies, she will explain why the minimum age of criminal responsibility in Australia should be raised.

Why Forensic Psychology at Universitas Airlangga?

Do you know that memory is not sufficient for making testimony in court?
Human memory works like a sponge; it can add, reduce, change information as natural psychological processes. People can lie, intentionally and non-intentionally. So, how should the justice and law system work with eye-witnesses and testimony in court?
Dr Mohita Junnarkar from OP Jindal University, India will explain about Forensic Psychology studies on memory, testimony, and lie detection.

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