Psychology A2 Forensic Psychology

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  • Forensic Psychology
    • Turning to Crime
      • Upbringing
        • Sutherland ( Theory of differential association)
        • Wikstom - the Peterbourgh Youth
        • Farrington - Delinquent Development
      • Cognition
        • Yochelson and Samenow - thinking Patterns
        • Kohlberg - Moral Development
        • Gudjohnsson & Bowness - Attribution of blame
      • Biology
        • Raine - Aggressive behaviour in children
        • Brunner - Family violence
        • Daly and Wilson - Gender
    • Making a Case
      • Interviewing witnesses
        • Frowd - External and Internal Features
        • Loftus - Weapon Focus
        • Fisher - Cognitive Interview
      • Interviewing Suspects
        • Mann et al - Ability to detect lies
        • Inbau - 9 steps of interrogation
        • Gudjohnsoon - A case of false confession
      • Creating a Profite
        • Canter et al - Organised/ Disorganised Cirme
        • Canter - John Duffy
        • Canter and Heritage - Developments in offender profiling
    • Reaching a Verdict
      • Persuading a Jury
        • Pennington and Hastie -Effectts on memory structure
        • Cutler - Expert Witness
        • Pickle - Disregarding inadmissible evidence
      • Witness Appeal
        • Castlellow - Physical Attractivness
        • Penrod and Cutler - Witness Confidence
        • Ross et al - Protective Shields
      • Reaching a Verdict
        • Hastie -Stage of decision making
        • Asch - Majority Influence
        • Nemeth and Watchler -Minority Influence
    • After a Guilty Verdict
      • Imprisonment
        • Gillis and Nafekh - Community base employment
        • Dooley - Unnatural deaths in prison
        • Haney and Zimbardo - Prison policy in USA
      • Alternatives to Imprisonment
        • Mair and May - Pobation Orders
        • Sherman and Strang -Review of restorative justice and the effects
        • Eberhardt - Blacks and death sentence
      • Treatment Programmes
        • Cann- Cognitive Skills porgramme
        • Ireland - Anger management courses
        • Wheatley - Acupuncture to treat drug addiction

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