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A problem with official crime statistics is that they measure the number of ______ ___ rather than the number of criminals
People may not be aware that they have been a victim of a crime and therefore cannot _____ it
Characteristic of a criminal personality (i)
Characteristic of a criminal personality (lg)
Characteristic of a criminal personality (ps)
Characteristic of a criminal personality (oo)
Characteristic of a criminal personality (si)
Core Theory: name of theory
Core Theory: 'genes are inherited, so we would expect criminal behaviour to run in _______.'
Core Theory: the part of the brain where humans are conditioned to form an association between fear and anti-social behaviour
Core Theory: the part of the brain that controls aggressive and sexual behaviour
Core Theory: the 'bridge' between the two hemispheres of the brain
Core Theory: the part of the brain involved in language, learning, emotions, memory etc.
Core Theory Facial Features: __________ face
Core Theory Facial Features: low and sloping _______
Core Theory Facial Features: glinting or glassy ____
Core Theory Facial Features: high ___________
Core Theory Facial Features: large, protruding ____
Core Theory Facial Features: crooked or upturned _____
Core Theory Facial Features: fleshy ____
Core Theory Facial Features: strong ___
Core Theory Facial Features: prominent ___
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Core Theory Facial Features: lots of ____
Core Theory Criticism: 'There cannot be one criminal ____ that accounts for all criminal behaviour.'
Core Theory Criticism: '____ ________ is only evident in some criminals, so it can't reliably predict whether someone is going to be a criminal or not.'
Core Theory Criticism: 'The idea that criminals have a different set of _______ is not well supported by evidence.'
Core Theory Criticism: 'The (theory) clearly ignores the influence of the ______ ____________ on criminal behaviour.'
Alternative Theory: name of theory
The idea that individuals are more likely to imitate behaviours that they see being rewarded
Core Study: name of lead psychologist
Core Study: year of study
Core Study: number of males tested
Core Study: what was compared
Core Study: % biological parents who HAD committed a crime and adoptive parents who HAD committed a crime
Core Study: % biological parents who HAD committed a crime and adoptive parents who had NOT committed a crime
Core Study: % biological parents who had NOT committed a crime and adoptive parents who HAD committed a crime
Core Study: % biological parenst who had NOT committed a crime and adoptive parents who had NOT committed a crime
Core Study: if a person's biological parents had been convicted of a crime, the person was nearly ____ as likely to have a conviction
Core Study Conclusion: there is a strong _______ component to criminal behaviour...
Core Study Conclusion:...but the affect of __________ added to (this component)
Core Study Limitation: the study relied on crimes being reported and detected, then criminals being convicted, so the results may be _______
Core Study Limitation: 'A common problem with adoptions is that most children spend some time with their ________ parents before being removed for adoption.'
Core Study Limitation: the effect that results from the above
Core Study Limitation: 'The sample of adoptees was biased because they were all _____.'

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