Friday, May 30
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3.0 CLE credit applied for this program.
Forensic psychologist Dr. Paul Simpson discusses what
attorneys need to know about memory and how it can affect your case. This
program touches on general principles of memory and explores topics like
suggestibility, recovered memories, eyewitness accounts and memory development.
This is a great opportunity for attorneys who work with witnesses, clients,
victims and others to learn more about how memory works.
Dr. Paul Simpson is a forensic psychologist practicing in
Tucson. He is the author of Second Thoughts, a book instrumental in helping
expose the false claims and dangers of “recovered memory therapy.” A leading national educator on False Memory
Syndrome Dr. Simpson trained thousands of counseling professionals on standards
of practice. He also served as an expert consultant to the Arizona Board of
Dr. Simpson has been a guest on The Joan Rivers Show, the
Leeza Gibbons Show, Focus on the Family, Frontline and Fox News. He has been a
professional consultant to a number of national media, including 20/20, 60
minutes, NBC News, Nightline, The Oprah Winfrey Show, the Chicago Tribune,
Dateline, The Today Show, Focus on the Family and Vanity Fair magazine.
This 3-hour talk explores how memory works (and fails).
Dr. Simpson’s previous CLE programs were well received,
- the Seven Sins of
- Memory development
- Claims of
- Weapons focus
- Mental Health
Evaluations in Homicides and Crimes of Violence
- The Newly Adopted
Daubert Standard: Implications for Psychological Evaluations in Court
- Anatomy of a
Psychosexual Evaluation: What Every Attorney Should
CHAIR: Dr. Paul Simpson, Forensic Psychologist
This program is done online. Registrations must be done through InReach.