By: Tonimarie Giordano
1893- investigating eye witness testimony.
1901- inaccuracy in eyewitness accounts.
1922- the link between blood pressure and lying (polygraph
1923- Frye v. U.S.
1940 to 1950- experts regularly tes
I am really enjoying doing this assignment and find out the
history of the subfield of forensic psychology and am finding out a
lot that I did not know about! One problem I seem to run into is
finding more current history; maybe I am just not looking in t
Discussion Board 1
My name is Tonimarie Giordano and I have a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. I
currently work at a school for kids with autism and developmental disabilities. I assists
classroom teacher in implementing individualized education plan
My experience in my undergraduate program started in fall of 2010; I was fresh
out of high school and decided to go 5 hour away from home to Tallahassee Community
College my intentions from there were to transfer to FSU. My fall semester was a normal
They subfield I job searched in was forensic psychology; there were a number of jobs
available in this subfield.
Job title: Forensic Interviewer
This person will work with children and families conducting forensic interviews.
Drawing from the Introduction to Psychology Subfields Guide, choose a subfield of
interest that you will focus on in your final project. Explain why you have chosen it
and how it relates to your desired career goals. Briefly describe one area in which
Take some time to look at your Program Evaluation, which outlines the courses and
requirements in your degree program. Consider how many courses are required, the core
courses, concentration options (if applicable), and your capstone experience. Discuss y
What would be one dual relationship conflict you can anticipate
coming up in your chosen field of work? Is there any way to
prepare for this conflict ahead of time? What strategies could you
develops to avoid this ethical conflict?
One dual relationship c
Discuss how awareness of soft language can impact your
communication with clients and assess the ethical implications of
soft language for the client-therapist relationship.
Soft Language is a phrase George Carlin uses to describe, conceal reality it is a