[oajfp] new discussion list

We've just added a new discussion list:
psychlaw: Psychology and Law

This is a discussion list for professionals and students in psychology, law, 
medicine, and related fields. We discuss articles in the Open Access Journal of 
Forensic Psychology, plus other issues related to psychology  and the law.



New members can subscribe to the list by sending email to 
psychlaw-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'subscribe' in the Subject field, or by 
visiting the list page at http://www.freelists.org/list/psychlaw.



This is an open discussion list.  There is no expectation of privacy.  Anyone 
can join.  The list is for the kind of discussions we have in public with 
colleagues, students, etc. 

PLEASE NOTE:  This message was sent to the email alert list.  If you received 
this message, you're subscribed to the email alert list, which announces new 
articles published in the Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology.  If you 
don't join the psychlaw discussion list, you'll still get these announcements 
(about once a month or so).  

If you decide to join the psychlaw discussion list, you'll be able to discuss 
issues with colleagues and students in a public forum.  Depending on how large 
and active the psychlaw list becomes, you might get several messages a day.  
You'll be able to comment, ask questions, etc.


Best wishes,

Gregory DeClue, Ph.D., ABPP (forensic)
editor, Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology
http://ForensicPsychologyUnbound.ws
gregdeclue@xxxxxx

16443 Winburn Place
Sarasota, FL  34240-9228
phone 941-951-6674
gregdeclue@xxxxxxxxxx
http://gregdeclue.myakkatech.com

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