2000CCJ - Psychology of Crime

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Case Study of Mary - Operant Conditioning

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Explaining the behaviour of Mary through the psychological theory of Operant Conditioning. HD Assessment

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Summary of Theories, Extensive Study of Evolutionary and Genetic Theories

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Covers the beginning of the course including weeks 1-3. An extensive summary of evolutionary and genetic theories with a...

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2000CCJ Revision

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Weeks 1 - 13 Revision. The questions will be drawn equally from the sets of review questions provided for each of the 13...

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Social Learning Theory Applied to Case Study about Mary

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One theory was selected (social learning) to explain Mary's behaviour it includes social cognitive theory.

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Review Questions

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This document contains all answers to review question throughout the semester. The exam consists of 28 randomly selected...

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Psychology of Crime Notes

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These notes cover the course content of the course psychology of crime. They are very useful for the written assignment ...

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An Exploration of Martin Bryant through Trait-Based Theories of Behaviour and Criminal Activities

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28th April, 1996. The day of the deadliest massacre in the English-speaking world committed by a single perpetrator; a c...

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Discussion on Criminals

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Are criminals born or made? This was discussed using both sides of the argument.

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Case Study

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Apply one psychological individual level theory to the case study of Bert. Social Cognitive Theory was used

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