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(p. 223) Editors’ Epilogue 

(p. 223) Editors’ Epilogue
Author(s):

Thomas Grisso

and Stanley L. Brodsky

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date: 18 September 2018

The editors’ epilogue to The Roots of Modern Psychology and Law summarizes the contributions of the book and reflects on the future of psychology and law as a field of science and practice. The authors discuss the book’s purpose and intent. They also reflect on the successes of the first 50 years of the field of law and psychology and also consider their concerns for the next 50 years, including division into ever-increasing subspecialties that may challenge the field’s ability to retain its base unity. In the end, the authors express an optimistic view for the future of the field, projected to be built on the strong and dedicated work of the successors to the first 50 years of psychology and law.

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