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Hugs & Licks ~ Borderlineschiz (borderlineschiz) wrote in psychology,
@ 2003-02-16 23:22:00
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    Current mood: curious

    Im just curious how many other people want to be a forensic psychologist and what state they live in I want to be one and I live in New York.



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vainpire
2003-02-17 10:32 (link)
I used to dream of being a forensic psychologist but after discussing an fp's job? Na-ah. Their responsibilities and tasks are interesting however I believe that in order to become one, you have to be almost perfect.

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fallenbluestar
2003-02-20 00:07 (link)
What's forensic psychology??

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Forensic Psychology Is
borderlineschiz
2003-02-21 01:58 (link)
The criminal profiler[criminal forensic psycologist] creates a psychological profile or picture of a suspect based on what he/she knows about motivation, mental illness, and also human behavior. The best place to begin getting an idea of a criminal's mind is often at the scene of a crime. Investigators pay particular attention to the things done at the scene or to the victim and also to the things not done. These observations can lead to a behavioral profile of the yet unknown suspect. Once the behavioral profile is done, the profiler can then compare this to other criminals or mental patients with the same basic characteristics.

I hope that helps for those of you who dont n o what a forensic psychologist does!

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