February 4, 2021

The following is an FAQ for student interested in Forensic Psychology. It was developed by the North Carolina Psychological Association’s Law and Psychology Committee.

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February 1, 2021

Money, in some ways, is a lot like sex. It is taboo to talk about. Money is for hushed conversations behind closed doors that are as brief and painless as possible, right? Unfortunately, no. Money, like sex, is something…

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January 29, 2021

The concept of parental alienation has been the subject of much controversy in the mental health and legal fields, and related concepts, such as gatekeeping, are often poorly understood.

Johnston and Sullivan (2020) noted that controversy over parental alienation has lasted over three decades, and the concept has managed to remain a “complaint du jour” in high-conflict family court disputes.

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January 24, 2021

With all the media coverage of topics such as the #MeToo movement and toxic masculinity, in conjunction with a better understanding of gender fluidity, there appears to be a drive towards creating an androgynous society. While there are great reasons to increase acceptance of differences, as well as decreasing the “boys will be boys” mentality, ignoring vital differences that exist between boys and girls has the potential to impact us in problematic ways that we cannot yet understand.

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January 8, 2021

Teamwork is a skill that we exercise in many facets of our everyday lives. In work, school, sports, family, etc., the habits of teamwork are used to complete tasks or carry out actions.

However, sometimes the inner workings of what makes a team successful can be a bit tricky to figure out, as there are multiple opinions, habits, and skillsets involved.

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