Win a BPS-approved textbook on forensic psychology

12/3/12 update: this competition is now closed and the winners have been contacted. 

We’ve got two copies of the just-released “Forensic Psychology: Crime, Justice, Law, Interventions 2nd edition“, edited by Graham Davies and Anthony Beech, to give away, kindly donated to us by Wiley-Blackwell.

For your chance to win, either tweet or add a comment to this post, saying which is your favourite Digest blog post of 2012 so far – with a link to the post if there’s room. 

If you tweet your answer, make sure you mention @researchdigest and use the hashtag #Forensicpsychcomp

If you post your answer as a comment to this blog post, make sure you leave a way for us to contact you.

At the end of the week, we’ll pick at random one answer from all entries on Twitter and one answer from the comments section of this blog post*. 

Good luck!

*Digest Facebook followers can also enter the competition via the Digest Facebook page – for the purposes of choosing a winner, their entries will be included alongside the blog comments (see the Digest Facebook page for more info)

13 thoughts on “Win a BPS-approved textbook on forensic psychology”

  1. I just found this site so I don't have any favourite, yet. However, this book would really appreciate my to look more into this site if I could get it.

  2. My favourite digest post of 2012 so far has been 'Facebook or Twitter: What does your choice of social networking site say about you?'.

    It was relevant, related back to theory and was a thoroughly good read! The topic and blog post content are also particularly manageable for people who are interested in psychology but don't have academic experience with it!

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