Chapter 1 What is forensic psychology? most forensic psych professionals are clinicians What is crazy? Or what makes someone crazy? o We only really notice abnormal behavior depending on the degree it deviates from our socially accepted norms o The
Chapter 1 Talbot Kellogg Community College
What is Forensic Psychology?
Text Book Definition: Any application of _research, methods, theory, and practice to a task faced by the _ system. State of Michigan's Definition: diag
Chapter 7 "Syndrome Evidence" Talbot Kellogg Community College
What is a Syndrome?
Battered Woman Syndrome (BWS)
Rape Trauma Syndrome (RTS)
The Battered Woman Syndrome
Components of BWS
Chapter 6 Dangerousness to Risk Assessment Talbot Kellogg Community College
Risk Assessment - Dangerousness
The process of :
What is it?
Statistical measures and correlations. Dangerousness as a __ variable
Chapter 5 Insanity and Competency Talbot Kellogg Community College
Insanity is a legal term. The legal definition may vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. An assessment for insanity attempts to evaluate the perso
Chapter 4 Techniques of Criminal Investigation: Profiling, Psychological Autopsies, Hypnosis, and Lie Detection Talbot Kellogg Community College
Is it an appropriate topic for Forensic Psychology? What is Criminal P
Chapter 3 Psychology & Law Enforcement: Selection, Training, and Evaluation Talbot Kellogg Community College
Who is the Client?
Police corruption Police selection
Chapter 8 Child Sexual Abuse Talbot Kellogg Community College
The McMartin Preschool Case
1983 2 year old boy 200 parents were sent letters. 400 children were assessed with 350 being suspected of having been abused. "198
Chapter 2 Talbot Kellogg Community College
The Roles of Forensic Psychology
Forensic and Non-Forensic Evaluation Researcher & Presenter of Psychology (courts and legislatures) Consultant to Law Enforcement Trial Consultan