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Topic: Forensic Psychology

Take a concept from Forensic Psychology: Police Psychology (CH 2 & 3), talk about this concept foremost in the paper using proofs from the book.

This paper should draw on the knowledge you acquired in this course, particularly that relevant to the disciplines of forensic psychology and developmental

psychopathology, and not your personal feelings about the story or about crime in general. There is no need to attempt to include all that you learned in class in the

reaction paper, only what you think is the most important information. The goal of this exercise is to demonstrate your ability to organize information learned in the

course and to use it as a framework for how one might conceptualize and understand the different aspects of this case and investigation. You may choose to focus on any

aspect of the book (e.g., the victims, the suspect(s), the investigation, the contextual environment) but you must showcase your ability to use the concepts learned in

this course as a framework for understanding your chosen component of the story. Quality of exposition and formatting (APA 6th edition) will be taken into account in

grading the integrative reaction paper. The word count should appear at the end of the text. Reports submitted after the deadline or less than 1,500 words or greater

than 2,000 words will receive a mark of zero.

THE TWO SOURCES NEEDED ARE AS FOLLOWS:

The integrative reaction paper will be based on the book
– Lost Girls (2014) by Bob Kolker.

The textbook that needs to be drawn from is:
– Pozzulo, J., Bennell, C., & Forth, A. (2015). (4th edition). Forensic Psychology. Pearson Prentice
Hall. – CHAPTER 2, 3 (Police Psychology)

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