Forensic Psychology Subspecialties TaShara Smith A00338366 Master of Science in Forensic Psychology General Walden University May 18, 2014 Introduction The field of psychology is constantly evolving due to new research and techniques that have been proven to be more effective. Forensic psychology is very diverse field with a wide range of specialty areas. These specialty areas were created to allow
receiver of the communication must indicate to the speaker that he is being heard and understood. The receiver indicates attention through both verbal and nonverbal indicators. The Listening Processes Another way to classify listening is to focus on the mental or cognitive processing used in listening, applying a model which includes three levels: signal processing, literal processing, and reflective processing. Signal processing recognizes the language spoken and hears it in a reasonably clear manner.
involve data extracted from journal articles, newspapers, and other published sources. Most examples and exercises in the book are of this nature; they cover a very wide range of disciplines and subject areas. These include, but are not limited to, health and ﬁtness, consumer research, psychology and aging, environmental research, law and criminal justice, and entertainment. A Focus on Interpretation and Communication Most chapters include a section titled “Interpreting and Communicating the Results