Marymount University

Graduate Catalog 2013-14

PS 592 Individual Profiling: International and Political

This course is designed to provide an overview of theory and research in the core areas of forensic individual psychology, as it pertains to the interdisciplinary behavioral science that provides psychological profiling and assessments of political leaders, and individuals in a variety of situations. In addition, it covers aspects of the field of psychological operations and the role of culture and religion in personality profiling. The course offers a broad and general foundation in the terms and concepts of political psychology and individual assessments. It is intended to familiarize the student with major areas of research in the field. Finally, the course will provide students with the skills associated with the critical thinking and analysis needed when conducting individual profiles and/or assessments. (3)

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