Forensic Psychology

The following pages on drworthen.net feature information about forensic psychology.

What is forensic psychology? - Provides succinct as well as more detailed definitions and explanations to answer that question.

Clinical vs. forensic psychology - Chart that explains important differences between clinical psychology and forensic psych.

Police psychology - Features a law enforcement psychology reading list for psychologists who want to learn more about this subspecialty, including how to conduct psychological evaluations with law enforcement officers.

Forensic psychology career info - Resources for students interested in forensic psychology as a career.


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