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Which study is about brain dysfunction? (Turning to crime - Biology)
Raine
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Which study is about genes and serotonin? (Turning to crime - Biology)
Caspi
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Which study is about gender? (Turning to crime - Biology)
Dabbs
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Which study is about disrupted families? (Turning to crime - Upbringing)
Farrington
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Which study is about poverty and disadvantaged neighbourhoods? (Turning to crime - Upbringing)
Ludwig
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Which study is about learning from others? (Turning to crime - Upbringing)
Williams/Bandura
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Which study is about criminal thinking patterns? (Turning to crime - Cognition)
McCoy
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Which study is about moral development and crime? (Turning to crime - Cognition)
Palmer and Hilling
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Which study is about social cognition? (Turning to crime - Cognition)
Gudjohnsson and Bownes
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Which study is about the effect of order testimony? (Reaching a Verdict - Persuading a Jury)
Pennington and Hastie
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Which study is about persuasion? (Reaching a Verdict - Persuading a Jury)
Bell and Loftus
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Which study is about the effect of evidence being ruled as inadmissible? (Reaching a Verdict - Persuading a Jury)
Pickel
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Which study is about the attractiveness of the defendant? (Reaching a Verdict - Witness appeal)
Castellow
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Which study is about witness confidence? (Reaching a Verdict - Witness appeal)
Penrod and Cutler
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Which study is about the effect of shields and videotapes on children giving evidence? (Reaching a Verdict - Witness appeal)
Ross
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Which study is about the stages and influences on decision making? (Reaching a Verdict - Reaching a verdict)
Costanzo
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Which study is about majority influence? (Reaching a Verdict - Reaching a verdict)
Asch
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Which study is about minority influence? (Reaching a Verdict - Reaching a verdict)
Moscovici
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Which study is about planned behaviours once freed from jail? (After a guilty verdict - Imprisonment)
Gillis and Nafekh
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Which study is about depression/suicide risk in jail? (After a guilty verdict - Imprisonment)
Dooley
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Which study is about the prison situation and roles? (After a guilty verdict - Imprisonment)
Zimbardo
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Which study is about probation? (After a guilty verdict - Alternatives to imprisonment)
Mair and May
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Which study is about restorative justice? (After a guilty verdict - Alternatives to imprisonment)
Sherman and Strang
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Which study is about 'looking deathworthy'? (After a guilty verdict - Alternatives to imprisonment)
Eberhardt
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Which study is about cognitive skills programmes? (After a guilty verdict - Treatment programmes)
Sadlier
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Which study is about anger management? (After a guilty verdict - Treatment programmes)
Ireland
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Which study is about using ear acupuncture with a drug rehabilitation program? (After a guilty verdict - Treatment programmes)
Wheatley
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Which study is about work? (Stress - Causes of stress)
Johansson
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Which study is about hassles and life events? (Stress - Causes of stress)
Kanner
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Which study is about lack of control? (Stress - Causes of stress)
Geer and Maisel
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Which study is physiological? (Stress - measuring stress)
Geer and Maisel
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Which study uses self report? (Stress - measuring stress)
Kanner
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Which study uses combined? (Stress - measuring stress)
Johansson
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Which study is cognitive? (Stress - managing stress)
Meichenbaum
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Which study is behavioural? (Stress - managing stress)
Budzynski
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Which study is on social support? (Stress - managing stress)
Waxler-Morrison
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Which study is on categorising disorders? (Dysfunctional behaviour - diagnosis)
DSM
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Which study is on the definitions of dysfunctional behaviour? (Dysfunctional behaviour - diagnosis)
Rosenhan
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Which study is on biases in diagnosis? (Dysfunctional behaviour - diagnosis)
Ford and Widiger
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Which study is biological? (Dysfunctional behaviour - explanations of)
Ohman
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Which study is behavioural? (Dysfunctional behaviour - explanations of)
Watson and Raynor
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Which study is cognitive? (Dysfunctional behaviour - explanations of)
Yun
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Which study is biological? (Dysfunctional behaviour - treatments)
Leibowitz
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Which study is behavioural? (Dysfunctional behaviour - treatments)
McGrath
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Which study is cognitive? (Dysfunctional behaviour - treatments)
Ost and Westling
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Which study is on anxiety disorders (phobias)? (Disorders - characteristics)
DSM
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Which study is on psychotic disorders (schizophrenia)? (Disorders - characteristics)
DSM
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Which study is on affective disorders (depression)? (Disorders - characteristics)
DSM
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Which study is biological? (Disorders - explanations)
Ohman
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Which study is behavioural? (Disorders - explanations)
Watson and Rayner
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Which study is cognitive? (Disorders - explanations)
Yun
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Which study is biological? (Disorders - treatments)
Leibowitz
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Which study is behavioural? (Disorders - treatments)
McGrath
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Which study is cognitive? (Disorders - treatments)
Ost and Westling
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