STUDIES FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY

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After a guilty verdict: Depression and Suicide
Dooley
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Turning to Crime: Disrupted families
Farrington
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Turning to Crime: Genes and Seritonin
Brunner
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Reaching a verdict: Majority influence
Asch
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Reaching a verdict: Expert witness
Cutler
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Turning to Crime: Moral development
Kohlberg
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After a guilty verdict: Probation
Mair and May
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Reaching a verdict: Attractiveness of defendant
Castlellow
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Turning to Crime: Learning from others
Sutherland
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Turning to crime: Criminal thinking patterns
Yochelson and Samenow
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After a guilty verdict: Cognitive skills programme
Cann
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After a guilty verdict: Restorative justice
Sherman and Strang
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Turning to crime: Poverty and disadvantaged neighbourhoods
Wikstrom and Tafel
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Reaching a verdict: Minority influence
Nemeth and Wachtler
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After a guilty verdict: Planned behaviours in prison
Gillis and Nefekh
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After a guilty verdict: Looking deathworthy
Eberhadt
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Turning to Crime: Sex differences
Daly and Wilson
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Turning to crime: brain dysfunction
Raine
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Reaching a verdict: Evidence ruled as inadmissible
Pickel
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Turning to crime: Genes and seritonin
Brunner
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After a guilty verdict: Prisons past and present
Haney and Zimbardo
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Reaching a verdict: Majority influence

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Reaching a verdict: Expert witness

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