- Analyze the importance of these aspects for an instrument used in forensic assessment, using specific examples.
- Describe the reliability, validity, and norming sample populations for the personality assessment inventory (PAI).
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Investigators use Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) in determining the motives of actions as supported by other forensic tools. In forensics, PAI plays a major role in deciphering the central motivations that might have lead to the acts committed by the offenders. However, the tool acts only as a support tool as it lacks the inherent ability to collect and analysis physical evidence. The rationale behind the use of the tool is the legal policy that an individual is innocent despite...
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