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Psychological Explanations for Committing Crime: FULL BUNDLE

A complete revision tool for the Psychological Explanations section under the Forensic Psychology topic for AS/A level Psychology. Covers all the information that you need to know plus more! Created by an A grade student.

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Summary Psychological Explanations for Committing Crime: Psychodynamic explanation for causing crime(A level/AS Psychology - Forensic Psychology)

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A 2-page poster displaying information regarding the psychodynamic approach for explaining criminal behaviour. Includes: a brief introduction about the approach, the inadequate superego (a weak, deviant, and over-harsh superego), defence mechanisms, maternal deprivation theory (including Bowlby'...

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Summary Psychological Explanations for Committing Crime: Eysenck's Theory (A level/AS Psychology - Forensic Psychology)

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A 2-page poster with information regarding Eysenck's Theory as a psychological explanation of criminal behaviour. Includes all the information that you need to know for your A level exam. Includes: the dimensions of the criminal personality type, Eysenck's personal test (method, findings, and b...

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Summary Psychological Explanations for Committing Crime: Differential Association Theory (A level/AS Psychology - Forensic Psychology)

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A 2-page poster about the 'Differential Association Theory' which is part of the Forensic Psychology topic. Includes: an easy-to-understand description of the theory, the scientific basis behind the theory, factors causing criminality, pro-criminal attitudes, learning criminal acts, and an extr...

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Summary Psychological Explanations for Committing Crime: Cognitive (A level/AS Psychology - Forensic Psychology)

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A 2-page poster displaying an in-depth level of information regarding cognitive explanations for committing crime. Includes: Kohlberg's level of moral reasoning, Heinz dilemma, Kohlberg's model and criminality, cognitive distortions, hostile attribution bias, minimilisation, and an evaulation (...

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