Forensic Psychology Studies

Turning to crime, Making a Case & Reaching a verdict studies from OCR exam board

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  • Forensic Psychology
    • Turning To Crime
      • Upbringing
        • Disrupted Families
          • Farrington
        • Learning From Others (Theory)
          • Sutherland
        • Poverty & Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods
          • Wikstrom & Tafel
      • Cognitive
        • Criminal Thinking Patterns
          • Yochelson & Samenow
        • Moral Development
          • Kholberg
        • Social Cognition
          • Gudjonsson
      • Biology
        • Brain Dysfunction
          • Raine
        • Genes & Serotonin
          • Brunner
        • Gender
          • Daly & Wilson
    • Making a Case
      • Creating a Profile
        • Top-down Typology
          • Canter
        • Bottom-up Approach
          • Canter
        • Case study of Railway Rapist- John Duffy
      • Interviewing Witnesses
        • Face Recognition
          • Bruce & Frowd
        • Factors Affecting Correct Identification
          • Loftus (Weapon Focus Effect)
        • Cognitive Interview
          • Bruce & Frowd
      • Interviewing Suspects
        • Interrogation Techniques
          • Inbau's Steps
        • Detecting Lies
          • Mann et al
        • False Confessions
          • Gudjonsson
    • Reaching a Verdict
      • Witness Appeal
        • Attractiveness of Defendant
          • Castellow
        • Witness Confidence
          • Penrod & CUtler
        • Affects of videotapes/shields
          • Ross et. al
      • Persuading a Jury
        • Effect of Inadmissable Evidence
          • Pickel
        • Persuasion
          • Loftus
        • Effect on Order of Testimony
          • Pennington & Hastie
      • Reaching a verdict
        • Minority Influence
          • Gillis & Nafekh
        • Majority Influence
          • Asch
        • Stages in Decision Making
          • Hastie et. al

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