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<ul><li><p>Areas of Study in PsychologyAPPLIED AREASClinicalCounselingSchoolIndustrial/ OrganizationalAdditional Areas of PsychologyDevelopmentalSocialCognitiveEducationalBiologicalPsychometricsHealth</p></li><li><p>Recognized Specialties by APA</p><p> 14 Recognized Specialties, include:I/O Psychology recognized in 1996 Forensic Psychologyrecognized in 2001</p></li><li><p>I/O Psychology APA, Division 14</p><p>Scientific study of human behavior in organizations and the work place.I/O Psychologists are scientist-practitioners.Help address human and organizational problems in the context of organized work.Helping employers treat employees fairly.Help make jobs more interesting and satisfying.Help workers be more productive.</p><p>Source: the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology SIOP</p></li><li><p>Top 3 Reasons to Become an I-O Psychologist </p><p>Develop a deep understanding of people and how they behave in groups. </p><p>Learn how to help both businesses and employees achieve their full potential.</p><p>Benefit from the variety, independence and flexibility of being a highly paid professional in a growing field.</p><p>http://www.siop.org/visibilitybrochure/complete.pdf</p></li><li><p>Comparison of Median Primary Incomes for Degree Earned by Year 2008200920112012 Degree Doctorate $102,000 $105,000$110,000 $113,200 (869)(904)(921) (938) Masters $72,000$74,500$75,000 $80,750 (141)(148)(175)(182)2012 Income and Employment Survey Results for the Society for Industrial and Organizational PsychologyKhanna, Medsker &amp;Ginte,r Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO) </p></li><li><p>Forensic Psychology APA Divisions 41, 18</p><p>The professional practice by psychologists within the areas of clinical psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology or another specialty recognized by the American Psychological Association.Can be engaged as experts in an activity primarily intended to provide professional psychological expertise to the judicial system.</p><p>Civil those involved in civil litigation (e.g., personal injury suits, workers compensation, civil commitment, child custody determination)</p><p>Criminal those involved in criminal and delinquency proceedings (e.g., sanity at the time of the offense, competency to stand trial, waiver of juveniles to adult courts).Source: http://www.apa.org/ed/graduate/specialize/forensic.aspx</p></li><li><p>ExamplesA developmental psychologist may have determined that this boy is mature enough to be a credible witness.</p></li><li><p>Clinical Evaluations Insanity plea evaluations.Competency evaluations including.Child custody evaluations.Risk assessment. Pre-employment evaluations for law enforcement candidates.Fitness-for-duty evaluations for law enforcement.Assessment of psychological injury for personal injury lawsuits.</p></li><li><p>Training and Credentials in Forensic Psychology</p><p>Many forensic psychologists are clinical (or counseling) psychologists.</p><p>Ph.D. or the Psy.D in clinical or counseling psychology with specialized training in forensic work.usually post-doctoral work in the form of continuing education; possibly a forensic internship or fellowship.</p></li><li><p>Skills required beyond the academic degree </p><p>Psychological Assessment Skills.</p><p>Strong writing skills.</p><p>Oral presentation skills.</p><p>*******</p></li></ul>

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