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Post by Admin on Wed Sep 03, 2008 3:42 pm

• Approaches to profiling (e.g. the US ‘Top down’ approach, the British ‘Bottom-up’ approach and geographical profiling).
• Decision-making of juries (e.g. minority influence, majority influence and characteristics of the defendant).
• Theories of crime (biological social and psychological).
• Factors affecting the accuracy of eyewitness testimony (e.g. reconstructive memory, face recognition, attributional biases, the role of emotion).
• Treatment and punishment of crime (e.g. cognitive therapies, behavioural therapies and zero tolerance).
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