This interactive course introduces attendees to recent empirical research in the fields of psychology, law and investigations.  Studies presented in this course have been published in behavioral science journals or presented at professional conferences in the recent past, and will address topics such as memory, cognition, cultural awareness, and interview/interrogation techniques.  Discussions will focus on the psychology of interviewing, cognitive processes underlying victim, witness, and suspect responses, and emerging interview/interrogation techniques.  Attendees will be encouraged to challenge or support research hypotheses based on their experiences and provide practical questions for further empirical consideration and study.