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[145-SPA] PSYCHOLOGY IN FRAUD: ANALYSIS AND DETECTION PROTOCOL

PSYCHOLOGY IN FRAUD ANALYSIS AND DETECTION PROTOCOL
Credit
3 credits
Method
Online
Language
Spanish
Tutoring
Tutoring courses
Duration
12 weeks
Area
Behavioral Sciences

Description:

This course presents a new and exclusive approach based on Behavioral Analysis applied to fraud behavior. From this psychological viewpoint, it deepens in the knowledge of fraud from its main element, the fraudster’s behavior.

For this purpose, the SAVE MetaProtocol is presented, a tool developed by the Institute for Antifraud Behavior Analysis (IACA) belonging to the Behavior and Law Brand.

Through it, it is possible to analyze the psychological and behavioral elements present in fraud, which are basic elements.

Objectives:

  • Understanding fraud from a behavioral analysis perspective.
  • Apply different tools for fraud management.
  • Mastering the SAVE metaprotocol.

TUTORING COURSE

 

In addition to the flexibility and the latest technology in virtual learning, the student will have a personalized tutor who will help and assist them during the development of the course.

Program:

UnitTitle
Course 1Fraud from Behavioral Analysis
Unit 1Corporate Fraud. Applicable regulations and legislation
Unit 2Psychology and fraud
Unit 3Analysis and the System for Analysis of Validity in Evaluation (SAVE).
Unit 4Nonverbal Behavior.
Unit 5Linguistic and written behavior.
Unit 6Behavior and Personality.
Unit 7Performance profile and typologies of the fraudster
Unit 8Capstone course project
Course 2Metaprotocol S.A.V.E. (Part 1). Mastering the interview process
Unit 1SAVE (V1). Verisimilitude
Unit 2Lies and deception as key elements.
Unit 3Content Analysis using the SVA technique (CBCA and LV).
Unit 4Detection of behavioral evidence in dishonest speech.
Unit 5SAVE (V2). Truthfulness.
Unit 6Emotional processing.
Unit 7Nonverbal Behavior Analysis Matrix (NBAM) protocol
Unit 8Capstone course project
Course 3Metaprotocol S.A.V.E. (2nd part). Mastering the research process.
Unit 1SAVE (V3 and V0). Verification and Assessment.
Unit 2External coherence indicators.
Unit 3Personality Analysis from the Trait Theory.
Unit 4DISC model of profiling.
Unit 5Indirect Personality Profiling.
Unit 6Technical Report: Expert and Intelligence Report.
Unit 7SAVE Report.
Unit 8Capstone course project

FAQ:

How it works

The student will have a series of video classes where different teachers offer the content of the course. In addition, there will be a series of study and complementary materials for a complete learning.

The student must complete a series of self-assessment questionnaires to evaluate the learning of it.

If the student needs help, she will have the support of a personalized tutor who will solve any question related to learning or the development of the course.

Requirements to Pass the course

To succesfully pass the course, students are required to achieve the following minimum requirements:

  • All questionnaires must be passed.
    (Questionnaires represent 50% of the final score).
  • Final Activity must be passed.
    (Final activity represent 50% of the final score).
  • Final score must be 7/10 (or highter) to get the Certificate of Completion.

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