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Textbook Notes for Psychology at Carleton University

CARLETONPSYC 2400Rebecca MugfordFall

PSYC 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Forensic Psychology, John Bowlby, Free Recall

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13 Dec 2015
1-1: judges currently use findings from psychological research to decide whether a witness on the stand is lying or not. This is a good example of: psy
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Adelle ForthWinter

PSYC 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Mental Health Law, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Shoplifting

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12 Apr 2017
The cornerstone of english-canadian law identifies two elements that must be present for criminal guilt to be established: a wrongful deed (actus reus,
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CARLETONPSYC 2801Bernadette CampbellWinter

PSYC 2801 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-14: Job Satisfaction, Organizational Justice, Job Performance

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19 Jan 2018
Job attitude a relatively stable view or opinion of a specific person, group, Generalized overall feeling state realistically appraise alternative cour
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Kevin NunesWinter

PSYC 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-14: Predictive Validity, Police Psychology, Mental Health Law

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17 Dec 2015
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CARLETONPSYC 3604Brenda BairdFall

PSYC 3604 Chapter 1-6, 8-16: AbnormalPsychologyReadings

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17 Jan 2017
Chapter 1- introduction: definition and historical considerations, and canada"s mental. Psychopathology: field concerned with the nature and developmen
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CARLETONPSYC 3402Ian BroomFall

PSYC 3402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Reality Principle, Social Control Theory, Multisystemic Therapy

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25 Oct 2014
Many depictions of crime that may unduly influence public opinion with respect to such issues as likelihood of being a victim of a crime, the most prev
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Adelle ForthWinter

PSYC 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Day Parole, Conditional Sentence, Meta-Analysis

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12 Apr 2017
Chapter 9 readings sentencing and parole in canada. The canadian court system is one component of the larger canadian criminal justice system that incl
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Krista HayesFall

textbook definitions chapters 8-15

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2 Dec 2014
Chapter 8: the role of mental illness in court. Unfit to stand trial: refers to an inability to conduct a defence at any stage of the proceedings on ac
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CARLETONPSYC 3402Shelley BrownWinter

PSYC 3402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Monoamine Oxidase A, Differential Association, Tryptophan

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12 Apr 2018
Monday, january 23, 2017: 115 provincial correctional facilities, 58 federal facilities. Crime severity index: measures police reported crime in canada
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CARLETONPSYC 3402Ralph SerinFall

PSYC 3402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Longitudinal Study, Takers, Amygdala

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29 Jan 2013
Psyc 3402 chapter 10 mentally disordered offenders. Dsm first published in 1952 in order to facilitate the diagnosis of mental disorders and collect st
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Lorena RuciSummer

PSYC 2600 Chapter 14-15: PSYC 2600 - Chapter 14 & 15

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7 Feb 2017
Social identity as you present yourself to others. Sometimes social identity does not match our self-concept. Selves we present to others are not the s
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Adelle ForthWinter

PSYC 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Truancy, Family Therapy, Social Skills

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14 Apr 2017
Chapter 12 readings: assessment and treatment of young offenders. Adolescents older than age 12 and younger than age 18 (generally) who come into conta
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