Turning to Crime

A2 psychology Crime questions

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who aimed to document the start,middle and end of ofender behaviour from childhood to aldulthood in families?
Farrington et al
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who aimed to predict offending and anitsocial behaviours through studying the effects of live events and family background?
Farrington et al
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who carried out a cross-sectional study of nearly 2000 14-15year old boys?
Wikstrom
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why are theese three groups of adolescent offent present? Propensity-induced, lifestyle-dependent and Situationally-limited
Povety and disadvantaged neighbouthoods
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Who used the 1989 42 itemed 'Blame attribution inventory' and what for?
Gudjohnsson and Bownes to measure types of offence and attribution
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according to an investigator criminals attribute blame on these three dimensions; Internal/External, mental element and guilt. True or False?
True
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who studied urine samples over 24hours from 5 males, from one family in the Netherlands?
Brunner et al
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Sutherland (or Ackers) investigated which theory?
Differential Association
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Kohlberg investigate what in 1963 in Chicargo on 58 boysaged 7-16?
moral development and crime in children
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who wanted to understand the development of antisocial and aggressive behaviour in children?
Raine et al
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Who used a Correlational study of data from police, school and demographic records to investigate gender-related life expectancy?
Daly and Wilson
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