Criminological Psychology

Factors Influencing Jury Decision-Making

6.1.8 - Factors influencing jury decision-making, including characteristics of the defendant and pre-trial publicity, including studies in this area. Twelve ...
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Factors Influencing Eye-Witness Testimony (EWT)

6.1.7 - Factors influencing eye-witness testimony, including consideration of reliability (including post-event information and weapon focus). Stress (Arousal) Description When ...
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Psychological Formulations

6.1.4 - The use of psychological formulations to understand the function of offending behaviour in the individual. Understanding the offender ...
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Ethical Interview Techniques

6.1.3 - Ethical Interview Techniques Interviewer must remain neutral and not have baises. You can't ask leading questions. Interrogation is ...
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Cognitive Interview

6.1.3 - Cognitive interview and ethical interview techniques Attempts to maximise the accuracy of the information, in order to reduce ...
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Valentine and Mesout (2009)

6.3.3 - Criminological Contemporary Study - Valentine and Mesout (2009) Description Aim To investigate whether high stress can reduce a ...
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Biological Treatment for Criminality – Diet

6.1.6 - One biological treatment for criminality - Diet Description This treatment is based on the assumption that minerals, vitamins, ...
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Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment for Criminality – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

6.1.5 - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Description CBT focuses on how our thoughts shape our behaviours and outlook on the world ...
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[6.1.1-6.1.2] Explanations for Criminality

For criminological psychology, you need to be aware of the following biological and social explanations for criminality. Biological Explanations for ...
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Psychological Skills

Introduction to Psychology

Note: This course is for Edexcel Psychology A Level (and AS level), specification (9PS0 - taught from 2015). Also, in the ...
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