Updating Federal Regulations When Policy Guidelines Don’t Work (Multisource Longitudinal Data)
An Analysis of Law Enforcement Criminal Justice Systems, and The F.B.I.
Examining the operations of the criminal justice system and how it relates to the
psychodynamics of criminal profiling I will discern the differences in context of what creates a
cognitive bias between law enforcement and their working ability and overall functioning
capabilities around civilians. I will further explain how psychological and biological theories
play important roles in determining criminal behaviors. Looking at the U.S. Constitution and Bill
of Rights I will explain how the Fourth Amendment can cover criminal profiling without warrant
as a violation of the peoples rights. I...
Outside of the medical community, it may be difficult for most to understand exactly what takes place inside the human body when methamphetamine abuse is the underlying factor to adverse health. A part of what makes drug abuse so destructive to the user is the unmistaken change in perception, the inability to employ wise decision making processes and the unwavering need to increase the use of a harmful substance.
Immediate changes can be noted in the brain on both the clinical and non-clinical levels. The Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Alan I. Leshner, likens the curiosity of why people become drugs abusers...
Title: “The Interpersonal Neurobiology of Addiction”
Date: May 16, 2014
Presenter: Jon Daily, LCSW, CADC-II
Description: The interpersonal neurobiology (INPB) of addiction is arguably the most comprehensive model for understanding addiction...
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