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Intelligence and Crime.docx

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Criminology
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CRIM 1125
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K.Chin

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Intelligence and Crime  Lower IQ could have negative effect on school performance  Poor school performance leads to an increased risk of delinquency Five Different Hypotheses  The school failure hypothesis  The susceptibility hypothesis  The differential arrest hypothesis  The differential adjudication hypothesis  The differential disposition hypothesis The School Failure Hypothesis  Learning disabilities may contribute to school failure  Student may become frustrated, angry, and aggressive as a consequence  Ends up being identified by teachers as "troublemaker" The Susceptibility Hypothesis  Learning disabilities may result in impulsiveness, irritability, and inabili
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