Forensics study overview

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  • Forensics
    • Turning to crime
      • Cognition
        • Yochelson & Samenow (1976) - Criminal thinking patterns
        • Kohlberg (1963) - Moral development
        • Gudjonsson & Bownes (1991) - Social cognition
      • Upbringing
        • Farrington (2006) - Disrupted families
        • Wiktrom and Tafel (2003) - Poverty and disadvantagedneighbourhoods
        • Sutherland (1947) - Learning from others
      • Biology
        • Raine et al. (1997) - Brain dysfunction
        • Brunner (1993) - Genes and serotonin
        • Daly & Wilson (2000) - Gender
    • Making a case
      • Creating profiles
        • Canter et al. (2004) - Top-down approach (USA)
        • Canter & Heritage (1990) - Bottom-up approach w/ circle theory & geog. profiling
        • Canter (1986) - Case study of John Duffy
      • Interviewing witnesses
        • Bruce et al. (2007) - Recognising and recreating faces by E-fit
        • Loftus et al. (1987) - Factors influencing accurate identification (weapon focus)
        • Fisher et al. (1989) - Cognitive interview
      • Interviewing suspects
        • Inbau et al. (1986) - Interrogation techniques
        • Mann  et al. (2004) - Detecting lies
        • Gudjonsson et al. (1990) - False confessions
  • Making a case
    • Creating profiles
      • Canter et al. (2004) - Top-down approach (USA)
      • Canter & Heritage (1990) - Bottom-up approach w/ circle theory & geog. profiling
      • Canter (1986) - Case study of John Duffy
    • Interviewing witnesses
      • Bruce et al. (2007) - Recognising and recreating faces by E-fit
      • Loftus et al. (1987) - Factors influencing accurate identification (weapon focus)
      • Fisher et al. (1989) - Cognitive interview
    • Interviewing suspects
      • Inbau et al. (1986) - Interrogation techniques
      • Mann  et al. (2004) - Detecting lies
      • Gudjonsson et al. (1990) - False confessions

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