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investigative psychology


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A branch of criminological psychology in which psychological principles are applied to the investigation of crimes and the apprehension of criminals, especially serial murderers and rapists. The pattern of behaviour of serial criminals sometimes enables an investigative psychologist to engage in criminal profiling.

Subjects: Psychology.


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