Conscience: Forensic Psychology

Conscience: Forensic Psychology, by Soni S. Werner, Ph.D. is a textbook for college students who are majoring in psychology. It has three main chapters focusing on the prevention, intervention and rehabilitation of criminals. Within each chapter are three perspectives, including a physiological view of the conscience, social influences on the conscience, and a spiritual view of the conscience. More
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About Soni Werner

Dr. Soni Soneson Werner is an Associate Professor Emerita at Bryn Athyn College, in Bryn Athyn, PA. She has taught there for nearly 20 years as well as teaching as an Adjunct Instructor at Elmira College, Corning Community College and Alfred University, in NY. During her time at Corning Community College she also taught off campus inside a maximum security prison in Elmira, NY. Dr. Werner's specialties include developmental psychology, organizational psychology, forensic psychology and conflict management. She has also written other books entitled: Growth of the Female Mind: Sincerity and Severity, Altruism, and Searching for Mary Magdalene. These books are available from Amazon. Dr. Werner is also certified as a Mediator, Conflict Coach and Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer advocating for abused children. She can be reached at

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