Forensic Psychology AQA

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Problems with defining crime
Cultural differences e.g. drinking, Historical differences e.g. homosexuality
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Ways of measuring crime
Official Statistics, Victim Surveys, Offender Surveys
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Offender profiling
Top Down – The FBI Approach, Bottom up – The British Approach, Geographical Profiling
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Biological explanations of crime
Atavistic Form, Neural Explanations, Genetic Explanations
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Psychological explanations of crime
Eysenck’s Theory of Personality, Cognitive Distortions, Differential Association,
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Card 2

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Official Statistics, Victim Surveys, Offender Surveys

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Ways of measuring crime

Card 3

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Top Down – The FBI Approach, Bottom up – The British Approach, Geographical Profiling

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Card 4

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Atavistic Form, Neural Explanations, Genetic Explanations

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Card 5

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Eysenck’s Theory of Personality, Cognitive Distortions, Differential Association,

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