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Neuropsychologists are trained to understand cognitive behavior, psychological idiosyncrasies and abnormal individual relationships. All of these elements impact social functions and can change acceptable mass behavior if they are not treated. The goal of forensic neuropsychology is to understand how the non-physical consciousness impacts brain functions and behavior.
Identifying and assessing criminal behavior are important functions, but treatment planning is an essential aspect in psychological care and the rehabilitation process. Forensic psychologists use what they have learned from individual assessments and apply that knowledge in the form of a treatment plan. Treatment can include medication as well as psychotherapy. Forensic neuropsychologists bring some sort of unity to the life of a dysfunctional personality.
Interested in the field of forensic psychology? Read more about this fascinating field in the articles below, brought to you by Helping Psychology:
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