Criminological Psychology

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  • Criminologcial Psychology
    • Key Issues
      • The Reliability of EWT
      • Offender Profiling
      • Are Criminals Born or Made?
    • Content
      • Social Learning Explanation of Crime
        • Role Models, SLT and Crime
        • Role of Reinforcement
        • The Modelling Process
        • Sociology, Crime, Antisocial Behaviour & SLT
        • Evaluation of SLT
        • SLT, Agression and the Media
          • Reasons for interest in the effects of media aggression
          • Studies
        • Evaluating Methodology
          • Summary
          • Evaluating SLT using another explanation
      • Labelling and Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
        • Labelling
        • Stereotyping
        • SFP
        • Rosenthal & Jacobson (1968)
        • SFP and Crime
        • Madon et al (2003)
          • The self-fulfilling influence of mother expectations on children's underage drinking
        • Jahoda (1954)
          • Names related to Behaviour
        • Evaluation of SFP and Crime
      • Studies into EWT
        • Yarmey (2004)
          • EWT recall and photo identification
      • Methods of Treating Offenders
        • Token Economy Programmes (TEP)
          • Procedure
          • Evaluation
          • Studies
        • Anger Management Programmes
          • Example
          • Evaluation
          • Studies
    • Studies
      • Loftus & Palmer (1974)
      • Yuille & Cutshall (1986)
    • Methodology
      • Laboratory Experiments
        • Loftus
          • The Misinformation Effect
          • Creating False Childhood Memories
          • Conclusions
        • Earwitness Testimony
        • Usefulness in studying EWT
        • Evaluting
          • Reliability
          • Validity
      • Field Studies and Experiments
        • Studies
        • Experiments
          • Maass & Kohnken (1989)
          • Yarmey (2004)
        • Usefulness of experiments in studying EWT
        • Evaluating Experiments
          • Reliability
          • Validity
      • Ethical Issues
        • Informed Consent
        • Debrief
        • Distress
        • Debriefing
        • Right to Withdraw
        • Privacy
        • Confidentially
        • Comparing Lab to Field Experiments
    • Practical
      • Analysis two articles

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