Forensic psychology

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    • AFTER A GUILTY VERDICT
      • Imprisonment
        • Prison situation and roles
          • Zimbardo
        • Depression and suicide
          • Dooley
        • Planned behaviours
          • Azjens
      • Treatment programmes
        • Ear accupuncture
          • Wheately
        • Anger managment
          • Ireland
        • Cognitive skills programe
          • Cann
      • Alternatives to imprisonment
        • Death penalty
          • Eberhardt
        • Restorative justice
          • Sherman and strang
        • Probation
          • Mair and May
    • MAKING A CASE
      • Creating a profile
        • Top down typology
          • FBI
        • Bottom up approach
          • Canter & Heritage
        • Case study
          • Canter- John Duffy
      • Interviewing suspects
        • Recognising faces
          • Frowd and Bruce
        • Weapon focus
          • Pickel
        • The cognitive interview
          • Geiselman
      • Interviewing suspects
        • Detecting lies
          • Vrij
        • False confessions
          • Gudjohnsson
        • Interrogation techniques
          • Inbau
    • REACHING A VERDICT
      • Persuading a jury
        • Inadmissible evidence
          • Pickel
        • Expert witness
          • Cutler
        • Effect of order testimony
          • Pennington and Hastie
      • Witness appeal
        • Attractiveness
          • Castellow
        • Witness confidence
          • Penrod and Cutler
        • Shields and videotapes
          • Ross et al
      • Finally reaching a verdict
        • Decision making
          • Hastie
        • Majority influence
          • Asch
        • Minority influence
          • Nemeth and Wachtler

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