**Please respond using 100 words to reply and two references**Emily Scism1) What do you think about Neuropsychology? What are some things you’ve learned about it?Neuropsychology is the study between brain functions and behaviors in a way to look at the way the nervous system works by then signaling our brain to react on a chemical level. (Allen, 2018) I think this is really interesting to see how emotions and reactions can be seen within our bodies and how they might effect our bodies on a molecular level. From that psychologists are then able to target areas in humans that could result in anxiety or depression to help relieve the symptoms with pharmacology. If anything I learned more how psychology can turn towards a scientific approach! 2) What do you think about Forensic psychology? What are some things you’ve learned about it?I learned that forensic psychology is sexy. (Huss, 2008) That approach really made me laugh. Forensic psychology is applying psychology to the legal system and then looks at nonclinical topics in regards to the court system. How eyewitnesses can be identified or effected as well as which way the jury will then make their decisions. I really learned that psychology can be applied to a multitude of situations in life, not all clinical, whereas before I was blind to this aspect. In all honesty, it kind of makes me want to watch the Making a Murderer and try to approach the series from a psychological viewpoint. Psychology can actually help build a better profile for detectives to better hunt down serial killers as well as work within the clinic to evaluate patients and offer court substantial evidence on where the best custody for a child might go to. (Huss, 2008) I like how broad of an area that forensic psychology allows a psychologist to work. 3) How might Neuropsychology and Forensic psychology relate to the character you have selected for your applied project in assessment, diagnosis, and/or treatment?I think it would be interesting to see how neuropsychology could be applied to a depressed Cheryl Strayed before she began her journey on the Pacific Crest Trail and again after because of how drastic her life changed from the beginning of the trail to the end. Forensic psychology might then be applied to her mindset during the PCT trail and how her mentality changed during that time. Allen, J. B., & Gramlich, C. A. (2018). Neuropsychology. Salem Press Encyclopedia of Health. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.umuc.edu/login?url=http://search.eb…Huss, M. & Skovran, L. (2008). Forensic clinical psychology: sensationalism and reality. In S. F. Davis & W. Buskist 21st century psychology: A reference handbook (Vol. 2, pp. II-356-II-365). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: 10.4135/9781412956321.n90**Please respond using 100 words to reply and two references**Wayne LiphamNeuropsychology seems to be one of the areas in psychology that has a large area of growth. Brown (2018) states that it is the research that is trying to prove the relationship between the brain and people’s behaviors. It seems that whenever we turn on the news or read a news article there are studies on neuropsychology because we are just now starting to understand the brain and how it functions. Some of that is studying diseases such as Alzheimer’s, the issue of football players and brain damage, PTSD or serial killers. I think it has some huge upsides as long as it gets funded and there is information sharing throughout the community on credible findings. Forensic psychology seems to cover so much of what is needed in our society to make it a better place. The U.S. is such a violent place and if we can understand what makes people commit violence, sex offenses, and why mentally ill offenders commit crimes it could be put to such good use. Ward (2013) states that forensic psychologist must understand how the person’s mind was working at the time of the crime and not how it is working now. The rub is between the findings and what the law is looking to decide guilt or innocence so the law can be applied in sentencing. It seems that if a person decided this is something they would enjoy that there will always be job security!My character is Bob Willey from the movie What about Bob?The movie is a comedy with Bill Murray so the challenge is that while there are glimpses of reality, it is hard to take it to seriously in regards to Forensic psychology, it just does not seem right. The closest thing that I can relate to is fear that is dealt with in the hypothalamus, in Neuropsychology. Bob is scared of quite a lot of things, so we shall see. Resources:Brown G. (2018). Neuropsychology. American Psychological Association. Retrieved from https://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/neu/index.aspxWard T. J. (2013). What is forensic psychology. American Psychological Association. Retrieved from https://www.apa.org/ed/precollege/psn/2013/09/fore…,