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1. Explanations of criminal behaviour 2. Making a case 3. Reaching a verdict 4. After a guilty verdict Forensic Psychology
 

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3.  Reaching a verdict

Is justice blind or does attractiveness, demeanour and dress sense make a difference for the jury?

Psychology - Law

4. After a guilty verdict

Is prison an effective punishment?

Psychology - life-imprisonment

Do alternatives to prison work?

  Do treatment programs work? Which ones work and why?

 Psychology - anger-management2 

 

 

Forensic psychology is about applying psychological theory to criminal investigation, understanding psychological problems associated with criminal behaviour, and the treatment of criminals.

Why do so many people commit crimes even when they have everything going for them?

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1.  Explanations of criminal behaviour:  Gender, Socio economic status, Upbringing, 

     Peer pressure, Genetics?      What is really causing criminal behaviour?

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Psychology - peer pressure

 2.  Making a case

Interviewing victims and suspects to build a case. 

Police interrogation 

 

Offender profiling: A psychological approach to reducing the suspect pool.

                          Psychology - Offender profiling