If you don't have a specific topic in mind, you can use PsycINFO's Classification Codes to browse articles about Forensic Psychology topics. To search by Classification Code, simply type 4200 in the top search box, and pull down the "Select a Field" option to find CC Classification.
Before you hit SEARCH -- look at the Limit options below the search box for Peer-Reviewed (and perhaps English!); you can also select Linked Full-text to see only APA-published articles with PDFs linked directly to your citations.
You'll need to start by putting in a topic or keywords to begin your search. If you don't have a topic in mind, try just forensic psychology!
Now you're going to narrow your results down to peer-reviewed Psychology journals:
Nearly all of the Libraries' journal, all databases, and a significant number of books are available electronically. When you choose a link to a Drexel Libraries-subscribed resources, you'll see an authentication page to verify your Drexel affiliation: use your Drexel EMAIL ID (just the initials and number, not your full email address) and PASSWORD to log in to all library resources.
Alternatively, you can set up VPN (Virtual Private Network) access to reach all licensed resources.
NOTE: Due to changes in Drexel Account requirements, you may need to set up Multi-Factor Authentication to log in.
Click on a journal cover to see the Table of Contents for the most recent issue; click an article title to open the article.
Note that some titles may have an embargo period, and articles from the latest issues won't be immediately available; just choose an earlier year/volume/issue from the list on the left.
You can also use Browzine on your phone or tablet: go to your app store and download Browzine. Choose Drexel University as your library.
With the Browzine app, or by setting up your own account on Browzine web, you can create your own customized bookshelves for quick access to the journals you like to read frequently!