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The purpose of the final project for this course is to establish an in-depth proficiency in the area of assessment within multiple domains of forensic psychology.
The purpose of the final project for this course is to establish an in-depth proficiency in the area of assessment within multiple domains of forensic psychology. The final project focuses on victimology, which examines the symptoms of trauma-related victims, such as survivors of child, domestic, or sexual abuse. It also looks at correctional psychology, which evaluates criminal responsibility and risk of re-offense in violent (e.g., those with assault charges) and non-violent offenders (e.g., those with substance abuse charges). The final project for this course is a collection of six separate forensic psychological reports based on provided scenarios. Each report is based on data from a distinct test and serves a distinct purpose within the court system. These reports are specific to risk assessment, and most of the reports will be reviewed by parties other than the forensic assessor’s client. These reports are considered consultative work. The project is divided into six milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, and Eight. The final submission will occur in Module Nine.