Psychologists and Their Studies (Forensic)

The names of psychologists and their studies or theories (forensic).

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Farrington et al
Disrupted families. Disentangling the link between disrupted families and delinquency
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Sutherland
Criminal behaviour is learned. Theory of differential association
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Wikstrom and Tafel
The Peterborough Youth Study
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Yochelson and Samenow
Criminal Thinking Patterns
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Kohlberg
Moral Development in Children
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Gudjonsson and Bownes
The Attribution of Blame and Type of Crime Committed
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Raine
Understanding the development of antisocial and aggressive behaviour in children
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Brunner et al
A study of violence in a family with genetic abnormality
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Daly and Wilson
Investigation of gender related life expectancy
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Bruce et al
Four heads are better than one: combining face composites yields improvements in face likeness
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Loftus et al
Facts about the 'Weapon Focus'
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Fisher et al
Field test of the cognitive interview
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Mann et al
Police officers' ability to detect suspects' lies
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Inbau et al
Nine Steps of Interrogation
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Gudjonsson and Mackeith
A case of false confession (FC - the youth who was accused of 2 murders)
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Canter et al
Investigation of the organised/disorganised thoery of serial murder
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Canter and Heritage
Developments in Offender Profiling
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Canter
Case study of John Duffy the Railway ******
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Gillis and Nafekh
The impact of community-based employment on offender reintergration
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Dooley
Unnatural Deaths in Prisons
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Mair and May
Investigation of the experiences of offenders on probation orders
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Sherman and Strang
Review of restorative justice and its effectiveness in preventing reoffending
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Eberhardt et al
Looking death worthy. Investigation of the relation between stereotypically black features in offenders and the likelihood of receiving the death sentence
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Friendship et al
Cognitive Skills Programme
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Ireland
Investigation of whether anger management course works
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Wheatley et al
Ear acupuncture. Use of acupuncture to treat drug addiction in prisoners
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