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- Compare (similarities and differences) clinical and forensic assessment, using specific examples.
- Compare (similarities and differences) clinical and forensic roles, using specific examples.

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Introduction

Forensic psychologists and clinicians are two classes of psychologists that are in the course of their duties expected to appear in courts as expert witnesses. They, however, have different roles in the application of justice although their functions repeatedly overlap. When testifying, it is important for psychologists to recognize their limitations and obligations. The approach that forensic psychologists make is what differentiates them from clinical psychologists.

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Roles
Both roles are similar in the aspect that they look and determine the psychiatric condition of the individual, and they use fairly the same methods and analysis. They...

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