the consistency of the system. IV. Practical Aspects Kleiger, J. H. (2017). A Rorschach case study: Multiple psychoanalytic models of interpretation. Rorschachiana, 38(1), 1-11. doi:10.1027/1192-5604/a000089 This case study has six different psychologist from six different schools of thought analyzing a patients Rorschach results. The different schools of thought are ego psychology, object relations, self-psychology, interpersonal theory, the French psychoanalytic school, and attachment theory
linked within psychology, but psychology is used in numerous aspects of criminal justice and I believe linking these aspects will help advance the future of policing. I have not had the advantage of asking an expert in the field about the value of my research.
Introduction Criminology deals with the laws, their formulation and their violation. It is important to have a scientific approach to analyze the behavior of a criminal. To prevent crime, it has also become important to have information about the prominent places of crime (Rock, 2007). For any given crime, it is not committed with a view to commit it. There has to be some reason or some important factor due to which the offender commits the crime. We need to therefore analyze the case and accordingly
The article defines the methods and stages involved with criminal profiling. In the article there were two studies done first, comparing the profilers and investigators ability against those with no profiling experience or knowledge such as psychologists and college students. Then, the second study compared profiles done by the investigators along with the non-profilers. The object was to demonstrate the skills used and the techniques which allowed for better identifications of criminal behaviors