About forensic psychology
What is Forensic Psychology?
Forensic psychology is the application of the science and profession of psychology to questions and issues related to law and the legal system. It can involve activities such as psychological evaluation, consultation, and expert testimony in civil, criminal, and administrative matters. Forensic psychologists are trained in specific methods and techniques of assessment in order to obtain accurate and objective information about the subject.
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