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Psychological Evaluation of Criminal Activities

Mental Health: Wellbeing and Happiness Series with MoNya-Mental By Mertha Mo Nyamande In all human activities lie psychological explanations, as psychology is generally the study of all human behaviour; whether in positive or negative light. So psychology is about explaining why things happen the way they do. It is very different from psychiatry in that, it does not necessarily diagnose, but assist in the diagnosis of certain behaviours. There are presentations that psychiatry may struggle to diagnose without the supportive evidence of psychological assessments, but never the other way around. This series is going to explore some current and popular events in the criminal and justice spaces which fall under the area of a specialised branch of psychology - Forensic Psychology. Forensic psychology focuses on the criminology as well as the victimology aspects, as these two walk hand in glove.

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