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Gaining Real World Forensic Evaluation Experience in the Classroom
School of Professional Psychology Faculty Publications
  • Gregory T. Capriotti
  • Betty Yung, Wright State University - Main Campus
  • Cheryl L. Meyer, Wright State University - Main Campus
  • Caprice S. Parkinson, Wright State University
  • Jennica Karpinski
  • Patrece Gabrielle Hairston, Wright State University
  • Seema Jacob
  • Jennifer Ann Esterman, Wright State University
  • Stephanie Adams
  • Joan Wright-Mawasha
  • Candace Beck
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Papers during this session were "Drug Court Report Card: Capturing the Quantitative and Qualitative Aspects of Success in Drug Court," "The Dayton Bar Association Judicial Candidacy Preference Poll Evaluation, "Family Preservation: Family Stability Committee Decisions Regarding Placement for Children in Troubled Families," Increasing Referrals to a Program for Offenders who are 10 and Under", and "After Care Program: A Needs Assessment for Juvenile Offenders Leaving Residential Treatment."

Presented at the annual conference of the American Evaluation Association, Orlando, FL, November 9-14, 2009.

Citation Information
Gregory T. Capriotti, Betty Yung, Cheryl L. Meyer, Caprice S. Parkinson, et al.. "Gaining Real World Forensic Evaluation Experience in the Classroom" (2009)
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