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Forensic and criminal psychology

Sexist violence in young couples: data and analysis - forensic and criminal psychology

When you talk about macho violence, we get used to the idea that this type of violence exists, but that it only affects one sector of the population.What exactly is macho violence?The myths in this...

Jeffrey Dahmer: Life and Crimes of the Terrible

Jeffrey Dahmer, also known as "the butcher of Milwaukee", was one of the serial killers that marked the criminal history of the United States.Along with other such infamous criminals as Ed Gein,...

Criminal hazard: keys and concepts to evaluate it - forensic and criminal psychology

At this time, it is not strange to hear the term "dangerousness" often on newsreels, radio and other media, especially when they talk about issues related to criminal matters."Criminal of high...

Abused men: an unknown and silenced reality - forensic and criminal psychology

"My boyfriend has committed suicide," he said when he told the police, the 37-year-old woman. A short time later, based on the data collected in the results of the autopsy and the repeated...

The letter from Diego, the 11-year-old boy who committed suicide after being a victim of bullying - forensic and criminal psychology

Bullying or bullying is a widespread phenomenon in Spanish schools, although many teachers and parents do not know about the suffering of the victim until it is too late.And it is that the verbal...

The 11 types of violence (and the different kinds of aggression) - forensic and criminal psychology

Violence is not always easy to identify, since we have it very normalized and, under certain forms of expression, it can go unnoticed or taken as something "that is expected".In this article rWe...

Legal Psychology: the point of union between Psychology and Law - forensic and criminal psychology

Psychology and Law share an important similarity; both are human and social sciences and share their object of study and the same area of ‚Äč‚Äčintervention, human behavior. But this link goes even...

Stalking: a new form of extreme harassment - forensic and criminal psychology

Following a person, calling them by phone, sending gifts, letters or messages, are behaviors that seen in isolation, do not contain criminal connotations or assume any crime, but what happens when...

5 things you should know before studying Criminal Psychology - forensic and criminal psychology

Criminal Psychology, like the forensic sciences, has taken a significant boom in recent years. That is why academic demand has also been increasing, especially in countries such as Spain, Mexico and...

Broken souls: causes and effects of psychological abuse - forensic and criminal psychology

Although inevitably in my vision of abuse appear the image of the battered woman, since socially speaking more about mistreatment towards women (its incidence is undeniably greater) than towards men,...