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What makes people do harm to others? What is a psychopath? How do you conduct an intervention with someone convicted of a violent crime, or help someone who has been the victim of crime? This degree explores these and many other important questions to do with psychology, crime and justice. You’ll also cover the field of psychology more broadly, gaining a window into the workings of the mind and insights into why people behave the way they do. Key features of the course: Investigates how psychology is critical to understanding education, employment, mental health and relationships Explores how forensic psychologists contribute to debates on crime, policing, criminal justice and rehabilitation Builds advanced analytical and communication skills Enhances your employabilityRead moreBSc (Honours) Forensic Psychology
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