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The master in Psychology of Justice promotes fundamental knowledge in the field of Psychology of Justice, providing an understanding of human behavior in the contexts that Justice allow. Psychologists with this specialization will be able to develop decision-making processes and courses of action in forensic activity, in intervention with children and young people at risk, with juvenile offenders and adult offenders, as well as victims of crimes, minors and adults. Such competencies are based on the knowledge of the explanatory models of violence, crime and victimization, in its various aspects (legal, psychosocial and institutional), but also in the scientific investigation procedures for the production of knowledge in the area and an evidence based approach. The activities carried out will be guided by the ethical and deontological principles inherent to scientific research and professional practice. The course also encourages the continuation of third cycle studies.