Forensic Psychology

Forensic Psychology Mindmap,

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  • Forensic Psychology
    • Turning to Crime
      • Upbringing
        • Disrupted Families (Bowlby)
        • Learning from Others (Sutherland)
        • Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods (Wikstrom)
      • Cognition
        • Criminal Thinking Patterns (Palmer & Hollin)
        • Moral Development (Kohlberg)
        • Social Cognition (Jahoda)
      • Biology
        • Brain Dysfunction (Raine)
        • Genes & Serotonin (Brunner)
        • Gender (Daly & Wilson)
    • Making a Case
      • Interviewing Witnesses
        • Recognising and Recreating faces by E-fit (Frowd)
        • Factors Influencing Accurate Identification, weapon focus effect (Pickel)
        • The Cognitive Interview (Fisher & Geiselmann)
      • Interviewing Suspects
        • Detecting Lies (Vrij & Mann)
        • Interrogation Techniques (Inbau and Reid)
        • False Confessions (Gudjonsson)
      • Creating a Profile
        • Top-Down Typology (Ressler)
        • Bottom-Up Approach (Canter)
        • Case Study (John Duffy profile, Canter)
    • Reaching A Verdict
      • Persuading a Jury
        • Effect of Order on Testimony (Pennington & Hastie)
        • Persuasion - Yale Model (Hovland and Janis)
        • Effect of Evidence being ruled inadmissable (Broeder)
      • Witness Appeal
        • Attractiveness of Defendent (Castellow)
        • Witness Confidence (Penrod & Cutler)
        • Effects of Shields and Video-Tapes (Ross et al).
      • Reaching a Verdict
        • Stages in Decision Making (Stoner)
        • Majority Influence (Asch)
        • Minority Influence (Moscovici)

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