What is a forensic phycologist?
You mean a forensic psychologist. :) Forensic Psychologists are expected to synthesize psychological analysis with legal relevance of cases involving child custody disputes, child abuse, competency, criminal responsibility, and advising judges on sentencing. Most Forensic Psychologists possess an advanced psychology degree at the Master or PhD level or a specialized Forensic Psychology M.A. degree.
a criminal psychologist or a forensic psychologist. Added: . . . or a CRIMINOLOGIST. Forensic Biologists Forensic Anthropologists(Identification.) Forensic Botanists (Leaves, Seeds and Plants) Forensic Odontologits (Teeth- Dental Records) Forensic Entomologists (Insects and Arthropods) Forensic Ostiologists (The Causes and Circumstances of a death.) Forensic Pathologist (Studies Cause Of Death) Criminal Phsycologust (Studied Criminology- Liek a Phsyciactrist in some ways)
Forensic Pharmacy deals with the application of scientific knowledge to legal problems and legal proceedings. For example, in forensic anthropology, forensic dentistry, forensic experts, forensic medicine etc. The word "forensic" comes from the Latin word "forensis" pertaining to a forum. In ancient Rome the forum was a market place where people gathered, not just to buy things, but also to conduct all kinds of business, including that of public affairs. The meaning of "forensic" later…