forensic psychology

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  • forensic psychology
    • defining and measuring crime
      • offender profiling
        • geographical approach
          • spatial behaviour
          • demographic data
          • distance, movement and time to and from crime scene
        • typology approach
          • data assimilation, crime scene classification, crime reconstruction, profile generation
          • railway ****** , Canter et al.
          • criminal characteristics
          • categorises info recorded as organised or disorganised
      • official statistics
      • self report studies
    • theories of offending
      • biological
        • genetic transmission
        • criminal tendencies inherited
        • Johannes lange twin studies
        • crowe 1942 adoption studies
      • psychodynamic
        • pleasure, morality and reality principles
        • harsh deviant or weak superego
        • not identifying with same sex parent
      • social learning theory
        • vicarious reinforcement
        • bandura
        • why people commit the same crimes but for different reasons
      • eysenck
        • personality
        • biological
          • genetic transmission
          • criminal tendencies inherited
          • Johannes lange twin studies
          • crowe 1942 adoption studies
    • treartment programmes
      • social skills training
      • behaviour modification
      • anger managemenet
      • mainly short term
      • alternatives of custodial sentencing
    • custodial sentencing
      • detterence
      • retribution
      • rehabilitation
      • protection of society
      • dealing with offenders
        • alternatives of custodial sentencing
    • dealing with offenders

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