Running head: PSYCHOLOGY LAW1Issues in Psychology-LawStudents NameInstitutional AffiliationPSYCHOLOGY LAW2Issues in Psychology-LawRecommended Psychological AssessmentsMs. Tylers psychosocial background shows that she has a positive history ofpsychiatric illness and she is also on psychiatric medication, haloperidol, which is anindication of her mental instability. The report given by Mrs. Witness 3 also shows that Ms.Tyler could have a mental illness despite her denying it, according to the report, she reportedexperiencing auditory hallucinations. It would, therefore, be necessary for Ms. Tyler to beexamined in a psychological assessment. Among the types of evaluations recommended inMs. Tyler's case include a clinical interview, behavioral assessment, personality assessmentand IQ assessment (Psychology, 2018).Clinical InterviewThe clinical interview will provide the psychologist with enough information aboutMs. Tyler enough to determine her mental state. Clinical interviews provide the clinician witha clinical impression for the patient and therefore a one on one interaction will tell moreabout Ms. Tyler despite what is already known about her. The clinician is also able tounderstand the feeling Ms. Tyler has towards her crime.Intellectual Functioning AssessmentIQ assessments are mostly used to diagnose learning disabilities, but in psychologicalevaluations, they are used to determine a person's intellectual functioning. Ms. Tyler isrepor ...
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