Psychology 2032A/B Lecture 2: History and Challenges of Forensic Psychology

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"a field of psychology that includes clinical practices in forensic psychology including: assessment, consultation, treatment. , but . Forensic psychology is both: the researcher endeavour that examines aspects of human behaviour directly related to the legal process, the professional practice of psychology within or in consultation with a legal system. No: when asking in court if he"s a forensic psychologist, brigham writes: My most accurate current response would seem to be, well, it depends " and in my experience, judges hate responses of that sort, which they deem unnecessarily vague or evasive" What do we do about it: there is, clearly, a total lack of an agreed upon definition. " but ill know it when i see it" Prostitution: criminal proceedings should not be secretive, they should be open to the public so that everything was open. Facial structures can be used to tell who is most likely to commit crimes.

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