The Centre for Advancement of Psychological Science and Law (CAPSL) is opening up its expertise to the public in June for a full-day presentation on psychopathy.
The presentation will feature discussions by Zach Walsh, assistant professor of psychology,Mike Woodworth, associate professor in psychology, and Stephen Porter, psychology professor. Each specializes in different areas of psychology and law.
This will be of interest to a wide variety of professionals such as law enforcement agents, mental health professionals, others involved in the criminal justice system and individuals in the business community.
The session takes place from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on June 11. It costs $125 for UBC students and $200 for UBC employees and community members. To find out more visit the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences’ website. To register, contact CAPSL member Natasha Korva.