Types of forensics

Forensic psychological examinations in criminal proceedings.

  • Definition of individual psychological disorders - craving for fantasies, increased hypnability, irritability, and other features that affect human behavior;
  • Identification of the presence of a physiological affect in a person during the commission of a crime that affects the consciousness and activity of a person;
  • Determination of the abilities of defendants under 18 years of age who have signs that are not related to mental illness to fully recognize and determine the meaning of actions;
  • Determining the abilities of victims with a healthy psyche (in criminal cases of rape), to understand the meaning, nature of the actions that they perform and to resist;
  • Determining the ability of witnesses and victims with a healthy psyche to correctly perceive information on the case and give correct evidence about them;
  • Determining a person’s possibility of the emergence of mental states in specific conditions and their influence on the performance of professional functions in the work of operators of automated systems, aviation, in road and rail transport, etc. (expert assessment);
  • Identification of the deceased person's mental state predisposing to suicide, and preceding death, as well as the causes of this condition;
  • Determination of the main motives of behavior and motivation of specific actions of a person, as important psychological circumstances that characterize personal qualities.

Forensic psychological examinations in civil proceedings.

  • Determining the compatibility of spouses from a psychological point of view;
  • Detection of a capable person of non-pathological mental disorders that interfere with an adequate perception of reality;
  • Determination by the expert of the importance of understanding the transactions concluded by him, as well as his ability to make informed decisions;
  • Determining the compatibility of children with parents, with guardians, with guardians from a psychological point of view;
  • Determining the ability of witnesses to correctly accept and analyze events for a case and give correct evidence about them.