Forensic Psych

Category: Items about Case Studies

Practice Competency to Stand Trial and Mental Status at the Time of the Offense Reports

Did this as an assignment for my Forensic Assessment class this semester. It was kind of fun/interesting to do one of these yourself. Here is how I wrote mine. As always, this is MY work. Do not steal/plagiarize/copy. Thank you! This was really my first ever attempt at anything like this, so it is definitely…

Traumatic Brain Injuries: A Brief Examination of the Injury-Violence Correlation

Abstract While boxing has been around for many years, there are many inherent dangers within the sport. Boxing is uniquely one of the only sports where injuries are intentionally caused to its participants (Bledsoe, Li, & Levy, 2005). One of the injuries in which boxers are most at risk is head trauma, more specifically, brain…

Cyberstalking Victimization: Fear Behind Closed Doors

This is my latest work in cyberstalking victimization. I previously wrote a paper on cyberstalking offenders. Hope you’ll check both out! As always, this is my work, so please don’t plagiarize and cite properly. Thanks!! Abstract While there is a growing amount of research available on cyberstalking, much more is still needed. There are controversies,…

Overcoming Paranoid Schizophrenia: The Inspiring Case of John Forbes Nash, Jr.

My latest paper. This is on paranoid schizophrenia and uses the case of John Nash to illustrate certain aspects of the disorder. Hope you enjoy, and as always, please do not steal or plagiarize 🙂 Thank you! Overcoming Paranoid Schizophrenia: The Inspiring Case of John Forbes Nash, Jr.             According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual…

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