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All About Forensic Psychology pop    http://www.all-about-forensic-psychology.com/  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...A comprehensive guide to the world of forensic psycholgy. Definitions, history, topic areas, theory and practice, careers, debates, controversies and study options are all covered in detail here. ...
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Comparing Applied Methodologies Between Inductive and Deductive Criminal Profiling Techniques    http://www.corpus-delicti.com/Profiling_law.html  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...There are essentially two very different types of profiling being done by criminologists. The first profiling method will be termed Inductive Criminal Profiling, and is related conceptually to the construction of psychological syndromes and subsequent syndrome evidence. The second, less common, method of profiling will be termed Deductive Criminal Profiling. The purpose of this work is to overview the nature of Deductive Criminal Profiling, and demonstrate how its origins, assumptions, and methodology are fundamentally different from the origins, assumptions, and methodology of Inductive Criminal Profiling, and by inference syndrome evidence. ...
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Computer Animation Has Perceptual Limitations    http://www.visualexpert.com/Resources/computeranimations.html  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...When presented as substantive evidence, the animation may be presented as reconstruction or visualization of the actual event. The idea is to show what a witness or defendant could and could not have seen. In this application, it is important to remember that animations and have severe perceptual limitations. ...
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Criminal Profiling / Offender Profiling    http://www.criminalprofiling.com  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Research, news and articles on Offender Profiling, Forensic Psychology, Forensics, Victimology, Violent Crime and the Psychology of Serial Killers and Violent Offenders. Includes bookstore, reviews, and interviews. ...
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Criminal Profiling / Offender Profiling    http://www.criminalprofiling.com  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Research, news and articles on Offender Profiling, Forensic Psychology, Forensics, Victimology, Violent Crime and the Psychology of Serial Killers and Violent Offenders. Includes bookstore, reviews, and interviews. ...
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David Willshire's Forensic Psychology and Psychiatry Links    http://members.optusnet.com.au/dwillsh/forensic.htm  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...A guide to forensic psychology and psychiatry links on the internet. ...
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Diagnosing Incest: The Problem of False Positives and Their Consequences    http://www.ipt-forensics.com/journal/volume4/j4_4_1.htm  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Incest resolution therapies have developed to counter treatment traditions predisposed to false negative diagnoses when confronted with client histories of sexual abuse. Nevertheless, attempts at systematically reducing the frequency of false negative errors in any diagnostic endeavor correspondingly increase the frequency of false positive errors. This paper contends that the theoretical premises of incest resolution therapy alarmingly increase the probability of false positive conclusions when diagnosing a formative history of incest. ...
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Errors in Eyewitness Identification Procedures    http://www.visualexpert.com/Resources/mistakenid.html  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Jurors treat eyewitness identification as compelling evidence in both civil and criminal trials. The strength of eyewitness testimony is demonstrated by a study (cited in Loftus and Doyle, 1992) that recorded verdicts in a mock trial. Although jurors rely heavily on eyewitness identification, there is overwhelming evidence that eyewitness identification is highly fallible and that eyewitness confidence is a poor guide to accuracy. ...
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Eyewitness Identification Research Laboratory    http://eyewitness.utep.edu/  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...The Eyewitness Laboratory in the Psychology Department at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) focuses on research in eyewitness memory and identification, and many aspects of face recognition. The site contains useful information for researchers, law enforcement officers and attorneys in the criminal justice system. ...
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Forensic Psychology    http://www.psychologyinfo.com/forensic/  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Explanation of forensic psychology, how it pertains to communities, and what psychologists should know after completing a forensic evaluation. ...
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Issues In Forensic Psychology: Eyewitness Recall    http://www.campsych.com/eyewitness.htm  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Issues to consider when relying on eyewitness testimony and tips for minimizing false positives on line-ups. ...
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Lineup Evaluation Do-It-Yourself Kit    http://eyewitness.utep.edu/diy.html  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...This document is an attempt to provide an entry-level guide to lineup evaluation, and to provide some of the basic tools researchers use in the process. ...
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Medicine & Psychiatry Expert    http://www.forensic-psych.com/  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...A forensic psychiatrist is a physician who integrates clinical experience, knowledge of medicine, mental health, and the neurosciences to form an independent, objective opinion. Relevant data is gathered and analyzed as part of a process of alternative hypothesis testing to formulate an expert medical/psychiatric opinion. ...
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Psychopathic Sexual Sadists    http://www.practicalhomicide.com/articles/psexsad.htm  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...The practical application of this study can be found in assessing the future dangerousness of these type of killers who can be diagnosed as suffering from Antisocial Personality Disorder and Sexual Sadism. Given the frequent reference in the academic literature as well as the popular media to serial murderers as "psychopathic sexual sadists," the author examined the extent to which clinical criteria for Antisocial Personality Disorder and Sexual Sadism were met by a sample of serial murderers whose cases were documented in the journalistic, academic, and law enforcement literatures. ...
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Scientific Validity of Polygraph Testing: A Research Review and Evaluation    http://www.fas.org/sgp/othergov/polygraph/ota/index.html  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...This technical memorandum presents the results of the Office of Technology Assessmentís (OTA) review and assessment of the scientific evidence on the validity of polygraph testing. Discusses the various types of polygraph testing procedures and ways in which the polygraph is used, and then summarize the judicial, legislative, and scientific controversy over polygraph testing validity. ...
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The Impressions of a Man    http://www.corpus-delicti.com/impress.html  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...The science and art of profiling crime scenes, and subsequently offenders, from physical and psychological evidence is key to the investigation of a violent serial sex crime for which there is no known perpetrator. The profiling method is based on Locard's Principle of Exchange; anyone who enters the scene both takes something of the scene with them and leaves something of themselves behind. ...
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The Role of Behavioral Profiling in Unsolved Serial Rape    http://www.corpus-delicti.com/rape.html  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...The serial rapist knows how to position himself for rape activity, engage in rape activity, and continue to rape successfully, without any concern that law enforcement will understand, identify, and apprehend him. This is because his fantasy motive is a personal dynamic, and because his MO is progressively flexible. ...
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The Sociology and Psychology of Terrorism    http://www.loc.gov/rr/frd/pdf-files/Soc_Psych_of_Terrorism.pdf  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...The approach used in this study is twofold. First, the study examines the relevant literature and assesses the current knowledge of the subject. Second, the study seeks to develop psychological and sociological profiles of foreign terrorist individuals and selected groups to use as case studies in assessing trends, motivations, likely behavior, and actions that might deter such behavior, as well as reveal vulnerabilities that would aid in combating terrorist groups and individuals. (in pdf format) ...
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Without Conscience    http://www.hare.org/  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Without Conscience - the website devoted to the study of psychopathy. Contains many articles by Dr Robert Hare on psychopathy, antisocial personality disorder, and sociopaths. ...
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