Forensic psychology

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  • Forensic psychology
    • offender profiling
      • The top-down approach
        • The american approach
        • Organised and disorganised types of offenders
        • Constructing an FBI profile
      • The bottom-up approach
        • Investigative psychology
        • Geographical profiling
    • Biological explanations
      • Atavistic form (Cesare Lombroso)
        • A historical Approach to offending
        • Atavistic Characteristics
      • Genetic and neural explanations
        • Genetic explanations
          • Candidate genes
            • MAOA & CDH13 gene
          • Diathesis-stress model
          • Genetic
            • Karl christiansen
        • Neural explanations
          • Prefrontal cortex
          • Mirror neurons
    • Psychological explanations
      • Eysenck's Theory
      • Cognitive explanations
      • Differential Associations theory
      • Psycho-dynamic explanations
    • Dealing with offending behaviour
      • custodial sentencing
      • Behaviour modification in custody
        • Token economy
      • Anger Management
        • 1)cognitive preparation 2)Skill acquisition 3)Application practice
    • Defining and measuring crime
      • Problems in defining crime
        • Cultural and historical issues in defining crime
      • Ways of measuring crime
        • 1)Official statistics, 2)victim surveys 3)Offender surveys

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