Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This class was one of the most interesting and educational experiences of my entire life. I had a blast, learned more than I could have ever imagined, and began my career in studying forensic psychology.
I learned about the variety of mental illnesses in the world and how to apply them to criminal cases. The class was the Application of Abnormal Psychology to Criminal Cases, and we learned about mens rea and actus rea and how mentally insane individuals may have a lesser conviction because of their inability to form mens rea.
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Advice for students:
Take this course. It is one of the coolest classes I have ever taken. Dr. Raifman is an incredible man who taught us in such a memorable fashion that even I remember nearly everything we learned, and I have a terrible memory!