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Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice
Social Ecology UCI Jan 31, 2011
Professor Elizabeth Cauffman has received a $3.3 million research grant from the MacArthur Foundation and a $500,000 research grant from the federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. This funding will allow Cauffman to evaluate juvenile offense cases, based on her previous research on adolescent development, to determine which future offenders should be sent through the formal justice system and which to divert to informal processing. Elizabeth Cauffman is a professor of psychology and social behavior. She researches adolescents who make immature and impulsive decisions and become incarcerated, and tries to see what they need to stay out of crime to help policymakers change the system to make it happen.
Fingerprint evidence was introduced in the court system over 100 years ago. But how reliable, really, is its use in identifying the actual perpetrator of the crime? Associate Professor Simon Cole, Department of Criminology, Law and Society, studies the interaction between science and the law, specializing in fingerprint identification in the justice system. Learn more about the research going on in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at cls.soceco.uci.edu/
This is footage that has not been seen from last year's Golden Goose Awards. Preston explains his research and the impact it has on your lives.
Professor Richard Matthew talks about meeting the human and environmental security challenges of the 21st century. Directed my Amber Kandarian
Extreme sport enthusiast and California State University, Fresno student Sean Chamberlain expresses his desire to tap into the psychology behind those who participate in extreme sports, such as snowboarding, versus traditional sports, such as baseball.
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