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Farrington
411 boys. 40 year longitudinal study.
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Wikstrom and Tajfel
2000 students from Peterborough.
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Sutherland
Theory of differential associations. 9 principles. Nurture and Situational explanation.
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Brunner
5 brothers. Lack of MAOA enzyme
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Raine
Brain abnormalities in criminals. NGRI's less activity in pre-frontal and parietal areas.
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Daly and Wilson
Background: Darwinism. Correlational study. Chicago.
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Kohlberg
Theory of moral development. Criminals thought to perform in stage 2.
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Gudjonsson
Attribution Bias. GBAI used to measure attribution of blame for crime.
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Yochelson and Samenow
Identification of 52 different kinds of thinking errors and cognitive biases made by offenders
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Frowd
Recognising faces
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Loftus
Weapon focus
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Fisher
Cognitive interviews
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Mann
Detecting lies
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Inbau
Interrogation techniques
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Gudjonsson
False confessions. Suggestibility scale
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Canter
John Duffy case study
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Canter
Top-down profiling (USA)
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Canter and Heritage
Bottom up profiling (UK)
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Gillis and Nafekh
Employment programmes
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Dooley
Unnatural prison deaths
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Zimbardo
Stanford university prison
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Sherman and Strang
Restorative justice
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Eberhardt
Looking Death-worthy
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Mair and May
Probation
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Cann
Cognitive Skills programme
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Ireland
Anger management programme. CALM
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2000 students from Peterborough.

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Theory of differential associations. 9 principles. Nurture and Situational explanation.

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5 brothers. Lack of MAOA enzyme

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Brain abnormalities in criminals. NGRI's less activity in pre-frontal and parietal areas.

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