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Forensic Photogrammetry is defined as the 3-D measurements of the real world directly from photographs for use in courts of law

Forensic psychiatry refers to that branch of psychiatry having to do with the study of crime and criminality .

- Forensic psychologists : Forensic psychologists refer to kind/type of psychologists who are involved in many aspects of psychology, Criminality and

Forensic psychology is defined as a psychology sub-specialty that focuses on applying psychological concepts and methods to questions/problems arising within the context of the legal system.

Forensic Psychophysiology means recording stress in deception with a polygraph device
Forensic Science is defined a a multitude of scientific disciplines used to answer scientific questions in court

Forensic/criminological psychology refers to the branch of psychology which uses psychological principles to study and assist in the legal and criminal process.

Forensic/Criminological Psychology refers to the branch of psychology which uses psychological principles to study and assist in the legal and criminal process.