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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Eyewitness Identification, Cognitive Dissonance, Cognitive Interview

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15 Nov 2016
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Memory trace the biochemical representation of our experience in the brain: this occurs in the process of storage errors, our memories become more vuln
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Antisocial Personality Disorder, Superficial Charm, Dangerous Offender

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10 Dec 2016
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Forensic and legal psychology chapter 10: the psychology of risk assessment. Psychopathy is a personality disorder with interpersonal, affective, and b
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Free Recall, Recovered-Memory Therapy, Dream Interpretation

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15 Nov 2016
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PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: John B. Larson, Tachycardia, Lie Detection

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15 Nov 2016
6
From an evolutionary perspective, lying is adaptive (it serves a useful function that promotes survival. Machiavellian intelligence hypothesis: a great
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Fundamental Attribution Error, Polygraph, Reid Technique

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15 Nov 2016
5
Police strength the number of police officers per 100,000 people in a given area. The available evidence indicates that a confession is extremely diffi
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter 1: Psyc 3310 Chapter 1

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15 Nov 2016
6
Canada has a legal system based on the british common law system, except for quebeca, which retains a civil system for issues of private law. Canada fo
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Adversarial System, Exclusionary Rule, Summative Assessment

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1 Nov 2016
3
Chapter one: psychology and law: a cautious alliance the trial is a compelling psychological drama. Persuasion - lawyers and witnesses attempting to in
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Jury Trial, Peremptory Challenge, Henry Morgentaler

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7 Dec 2016
5
Forensic and legal psychology - chapter 7: jury selection. In canada, juries are used in both criminal and civil cases. Only a small portion of crimina
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Eric Rudolph, Offender Profiling, New York City Police Department

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15 Nov 2016
4
Profiling the process of drawing inferences about a criminal"s personality, behavior, motivation, and demographic characteristics based on crime scenes
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenSummer

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Exclusionary Rule, General Electric, Karl Llewellyn

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6 Apr 2018
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Adversarial system: a system of justice in which opposing parties present competing versions of the evidence in an effort to win a favourable judgement
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenSummer

PSYC 3310 Chapter 1: PSYC 3310 Psychology and Law Chapter 1

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15 Aug 2017
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Chapter 1: we follow the legal doctrine of stare decisis (lower courts must follow the decisions of higher courts, p 4 - differences between canadian a
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YORKPSYC 3310Caroline ErentzenSummer

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stereotype Threat

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8 Dec 2017
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