Criminal Behaviour - Key Terms

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CRIMINAL PERSONALITY
A collection of traits that make a person different from "normal" law abiding people.
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HERITABILITY
The proportion of behaviour due to genetic factors.
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BRAIN DYSFUNCTION
The idea that a brain is not operating as normal brains do.
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FACIAL FEATURES
Features which make up the face, such as forehead, eyes, nose, mouth and chin.
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VICARIOUS REINFORCEMENT
When someone's behaviour is reinforced because they observe how another person is rewarded for the same behaviour.
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The proportion of behaviour due to genetic factors.

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HERITABILITY

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The idea that a brain is not operating as normal brains do.

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Features which make up the face, such as forehead, eyes, nose, mouth and chin.

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When someone's behaviour is reinforced because they observe how another person is rewarded for the same behaviour.

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