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Cones
See bright light and colors
Rods
See peripheral and night vision
The Cones location
The fovea
Optic chiasm
Cross and flip image
Trichromatic Theory
Three main colors mix to form others. Blue, Red and Green
applied fields
clinical, counseling, school, industrial, forensic
sub specialties of forensic psych
police, crime and deliquency, victimology, legal, correctional
FFDE
fitness for duty evaluation
MMPI-2
public safety screening most common
IPI
traits and behavioral patterns-deviance
First police psychologist
1968 Martin Reiser
police psychology tasks
screening, evaluations, assessing deadly force, counseling, special unit evals, stress management
Screening-out assessment
eliminate people with psychopathy or instability
lack basic ability to perform job responsibly
Screening-in assessment
Traits, habits, reactions, and attitudes that distinguish an outstanding officer from a satisfactory one
Shows officers who are the best
CPI
measure various personality traits. predicts responses to many situations (performance)
PAI
information on critical clinical variables. Predictor of suicide, aggression, abuse. Needs more research.
NEO PI-R
Desiged to measure the "Big Five" Openness, Extroversion, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, agreeableness
16-PF
Very little research done on it. Supposed to test normal adult personality traits
Stressors
Organization, personal, external, and task related
types of confessions
coerced-compliant, coerced-internalized, voluntary
Coerced-compliant
Tired and coerced people confess but know they did not commit the crime
Coerced-internalzied
Tired and coerced people believe they committed the crime
Voluntary
no external pressure to confess to a crime
Static risk factors
illness, parental criminality- factors that will not change
Stable dynamic factors
change slowly and may take a long time if they even do change.
Acute dynamic factors
Rapidly change within days, hours, minutes. Mood swings, drugs, alcohol
Modus operandi
may change due to these factors changing
Typology
Classification for how the crime was committed and the perpetratos
psychological autopsy
EDA and RPE
determine mental state of person prior to death.
Purpose: legal culpability, prevent and predict suicide, insurance
Two types of psychological autopsy
SPA and EDPA suicide vs unknown
Risk assessment tests
VRAG SORAG HCR-0 LSI-R STATIC-99
lineup procedures
Double blind, investigator never present, same features, functional size large,
functional size
people in lineup who look like suspect
nominal size
Number of people in lineup total
CST
most common competency evaluation
Dusky Standard
Must know what is going on
Must be able to assist attorney in his defense
Competency tests
CACAT CST GCCT MacArthur
Malingering
Faking insanity or incompetence
Tests for malingering
MMPI SIRS (best) TMM MCMI-III RCAS
Insanity tests
R-CRAS,
Mitigating factors
conditions that may have affected criminals actions-persons past
Aggravating factors
heinous actions of the crime
HCR-20
assesses risk among persons with psychiatric or personality disorders
ICT
high and low risk test for offending or not
SARA
risk of committing domestic violence
VRAG
risk of violence in the community over long period
LSI-R
Assess dynamic and static risk factors for needs of services and risk of reconviction
SAVRY
For children, static and dynamic risk factors (predicts)
SIRS structured interview of reported symptoms
best deception test - malingering
categories of juvenile offending
Unlawful acts against persons
Unlawful acts against property
Drug offenses
Offenses against the public order
Status offenses
status offenses
offense that only a juvenile can commit such as underage drinking
moffitt theory
antisocial behavior throughout lifespan and through many situations
Features of serious risk offenders
hyperactive attention problems, conduct problems, cognitive deficiency, poor interpersonal or social life
Types of threats
conditional, veiled, direct, indirect
waiver petition
put juvenile in criminal court
Kent v. US
before a child can be transferred he must have a hearing
GSS
tests false confession among age groups
legislative waiver/statutory exclusion/waiver by statute
transfer juveniles to adult court
prosecutorial waiver
lawyers have right to decide what court for their client.
executive functions/self regulation
having control over emotions and actions and thoughts