American College of Forensic PsychologyJune 23, 2016 – 06:57 am

American College of Forensic Psychology

In 1983, when it began, the American College of Forensic Psychology was an oasis in the desert known as fledgling forensic psychology. Thirty years later, as forensic psychology became much more, almost its own discipline, the College remains precisely that kind of professional resource. The range of professional subjects presented at the College s annual symposiums and those published in the College s American Journal of Forensic Psychology, covers…

Forensic Psychology CoursesJune 22, 2016 – 06:54 am

Forensic Psychology Courses

WRITTEN COMMUNICATION: This requirement consists of six credits in English Composition (ENWR1101 and ENWR1102) and six credits of writing intensive courses within the major. ORAL COMMUNICATION: Requirements consist of a three-credit Speech course. QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS: Requirements consist of a three-credit course that is substantially concerned with mathematics and statistics with application to everyday problems. ETHICAL AND MORAL ANALYSIS: Requirements…

John Jay Forensic PsychologyJune 19, 2016 – 05:52 am

John Jay Forensic Psychology

The Forensic Psychology major is designed for students who are interested in the relationship between psychology and the criminal justice system. The mission of the Forensic Psychology major is to enhance students understanding of individual behavior, in terms of its biological, cognitive, social and emotional components and their interaction, and its effects on the broader community. Students will learn to employ an empirical approach to understand…

Forensic Psychologist Job DescriptionJune 14, 2016 – 05:30 am

Forensic Psychologist Job Description

Criminal psychology, according to the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, is the analysis of the motivations, behavior and actions of criminals. Criminal psychologists work closely with the criminal justice system and with social service professionals, such as social workers and other psychologists. A positive trait to working in criminal psychology is that you can help with important public safety and peace issues. For example, the Federal…

Forensic Psychology ArticlesJune 11, 2016 – 05:20 am

Forensic Psychology Articles

The application of psychology to lawmaking, law enforcement, the examination of witnesses, and the treatment of the criminal; also known as legal psychology. Forensic psychologists often work within the judicial system in such diverse areas as determining an inmate s readiness for parole; evaluation of programs; criminal competency; tort liability and damages; eyewitness testimony and evidence; jury selection; and police training. Forensic psychology…

Jobs for Forensic PsychologyJune 8, 2016 – 05:17 am

Jobs for Forensic Psychology

Over the last 20 years, the field of forensic psychology has maintained a steady growth rate. It is expected that over the next ten years, consultation, research work, and clinical practice in psychology and the law will continue to grow. Positions working with lawmakers, attorneys, and the courts are predicted to have the highest demand. It is also expected that jobs working in colleges and universities, teaching and doing research, will continue…

Journal of Forensic PsychologyJune 2, 2016 – 04:58 am

Journal of Forensic Psychology

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