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U OF GPSYC 3020Dan YarmeyWinter

Psych of Law 3020

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10 Apr 2013
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Forensic psychology can be defined in a narrow or broad fashion. Clinical forensic psychologists are primarily interested in mental health as they pert
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U OF GPSYC 3020Dan YarmeyWinter

PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Full Confession, Offender Profiling, Serial Killer

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18 Mar 2013
59
Examine profiling of criminal suspects, detection of deception and lie detection through the use of the polygraph, confessions, hypnosis, interrogation
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U OF GPSYC 3020Dan YarmeyWinter

PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Free Recall, Structured Interview, Hindsight Bias

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18 Mar 2013
43
Unit 6: the child as an eyewitness and victim. It used to be assumed that children were highly susceptible to suggestion and could be easily led in ans
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PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Forensic Psychology, Eyewitness Identification, Exclusionary Rule

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20 Oct 2017
0
Interactions between psychology and the law existed since the middle 19th century and can be traced back to the writings of early greek philosophers. T
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U OF GPSYC 3020Dan YarmeyWinter

PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Lewis Terman, Job Performance, Heritability

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3 Apr 2013
30
Unit 1: an introduction to psychology of law. Forensic psychology: a field of psychology that deals with all aspects of human behaviour as it relates t
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PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Verbal (Rapper), Sick Role, Malingering

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12 Mar 2017
0
1st used in china over 2000 years ago. Polygraph measure subtle changes in heart rate, blood pressure, respiration and perspiration. Assumed that a gui
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PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Jury Nullification, Summary Offence, Peremptory Challenge

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12 Feb 2016
15
There are three types of offences in canada: summary offences, indictable offences, and hybrid offences. Summary offences: fewer than 6 months in priso
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PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Mental Health Law, Forensic Psychiatry, Forensic Psychology

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21 Mar 2013
22
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PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Aggravated Sexual Assault, Rape Fantasy, Sexual Assault

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12 Mar 2017
0
Crimes are often not reported (in 2009, 88% of adult sexual assault victims did not report the assault to police) Did not feel that the matter is impor
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PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Actus Reus, Insanity Defense, Mental Disorder

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12 Mar 2017
0
Unit 8: the role of mental illness in court. Two elements that must be present for criminal guilt to be established. Both must be found beyond a reason
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PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Eyewitness Identification, Eyewitness Memory, Forensic Psychology

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18 Mar 2013
23
Psychology is concerned with the understanding, explanation, and control of the causes of human behaviour and experience. Law is the sum of all rules g
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PSYC 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Actus Reus, Insanity Defense, Mens Rea

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12 Mar 2017
0
Unit 8: the role of mental illness in court. Two elements that must be present for criminal guilt to be established. Both must be found beyond a reason
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