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Target Audience - Universities

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY – INTRODUCTORY COURSE

Topic

Introduction to Forensic Science & Forensic Psychology

Introduction to Psychology and Behavior

Psychology: Brain – Mind – Behavior, Criminal Behavior Neuropsychological and psychosocial determinants, Forensic Psychology in crime investigation, Ethical Implications

Forensic Psychology in Crime Investigation

Crime Scene Management and Forensic Psychology

Criminal Profiling (Lab)

Interviewing Suspects/Accused (Lab)

Brain Electrical Oscillations Signature (BEOS) profiling

Scientific Basis, Technique, Instrumentation, Methodology, Recording and Analysis – practical demonstrations, Importance of BEOS in Forensics (Lab)

Polygraph- Deception Detection

Scientific basis, Technique, Instrumentation, Methodology

Question types (GTK, CQT, Affirmative etc.), Recording and Analysis, (Lab)

Other investigative techniques: Hypnosis and Narcoanalysis

Scientific basis, Technique, Procedure, Advantages and Disadvantages

Forensic Psychological Assessments (Lab)

Forensic Psychology in Practice

Application of Forensic Psychology

In Civil Courts, Prisons, Family Court, Juvenile home, Mental Hospitals, Legal Aid centers

Insanity and Law

Malingering, Competency to Stand Trial, Criminal responsibilities, Sentence Mitigation, Civil Commitments, Guardianship & Conservatorship, Social Issues on Litigation, Psychological & Neuropsychological Evaluations, Criminal Profiling

Eyewitness Identification, Psychological Profiling and Other Evaluations

 

 

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY – ADVANCED COURSE

Topic

Introduction to Forensic Psychology

Forensic Sciences – Forensic Psychology: Past-Present – Psychology & Law – Psychologist as an Expert Witness

Understanding Crime & Criminal Behaviour

Psychology of Crime – Biological, Psychological, Neuropsychological  and Social Determinants of Criminal Behaviour

Forensic Psychology in Crime Investigation

Psychological Examination of Crime Scene – Offender Profiling – Forensic Interviewing – Eye-Witness Testimony – Examination of High-risk offenders

Forensic Psychology as an Aid to Investigation

Psychological Profiling, Detection of Deception - Polygraph Examination, fMRI Lie Detection – Brain Electrical Oscillation Signature Profiling – Narcoanalysis, Forensic Hypnosis, Voice-stress Analysis – Theories, Techniques, Instrumentation, Methodology, Procedure & Critical Evaluation

Forensic Psychology in Practice

  1. A. Forensic Psychology in Civil Proceedings

Domestic Law & Rights of Adults, Children – Civil Competency, Personal Injury Evaluations, Work-related Compensation, Evaluation of Disabilities, Trauma Due to Abuse

  1. B. Forensic Psychology in Criminal Proceedings

Competency to stand trial, Criminal Responsibility, Diminished Capacity, Risk Assessment, Eye-Witness Testimony

Profession of Forensic Psychology

Forensic Psychology as a profession – For Social & Individual Protection – Professinal Issues: Licencing, Advocacy, liaisoning – Ethical Considerations