Friday, June 15, 2007

Disorders in the Court: Forensic Psychology Practice

The video below is entitled. Disorders in the Court! Forensic Psychology Practice. This short but very useful presentation by Sally Manner offers a clear and concise account of several aspects of forensic psychology practice. These incude:

  • The role of the psychologist in forensic cases and how this differs from other applications of psychology.

  • Examples of forensic psychology related criminal issues e.g. competency to stand trial, mental state evaluations and mitigating factors.

  • Examples of forensic psychology related civil issues e.g. family and child custody, testamentary capacity, independent medical evaluations

  • Psychological Evaluations


    A Free & Comprehensive Guide to The World of Forensic Psychology

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