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  • 1. A A N K L B M J C C N D F H E P E W R R F S M P L G T H G B U J D S T V K U W V
  • 2. What A is defined by the Crime and Disorder Act (1998) as ‘behaviour likely to cause alarm, harassment or distress to members of the public’? ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR
  • 3. What B conducted an experiment using Mortal Combat with the amount of blood set from zero to the highest level. They found that more blood led to more aggressive thoughts. BARTLETT (2007)
  • 4. What C describes a relationship between two independent variables, that does not show causation? CORRELATION
  • 5. What D is deliberately misleading or not informing the participant of the research about the content or the aims of the research? DEBRIEF
  • 6. What E is a statement given by a witness about an event or crime? EYE WITNESS TESTIMONY
  • 7. What F is a type of study? (for example Yuille and Cutshall) FIELD
  • 8. What G is the term describing the assumption that all members of a target population will behave in the same way as a sample? GENERALISATION
  • 9. One of the researchers that found that mothers predictions about daughters schooling correlated with there future career success? HAWKES (2008)
  • 10. What J is a researcher who studied the Ashanti tribe of West Africa, finding that males born on a Wednesday had a significantly higher arrest rate (22%) than those born on Monday (6.9%)? JAHODA
  • 11. What K was the name given to Ashanti boys born on a Wednesday which were considered to be aggressive and short- tempered? Kwadku
  • 12. What L researched the effect of leading questions on eye witness testimony? LOFTUS
  • 13. What M is a way of learning by imitating the behaviour of others.? MODELLING
  • 14. What N described anger as a strong emotion with physiological, behavioural and cognitive elements, developing a model for anger management? NOVACO
  • 15. What P investigated whether threat or unusualness was the cause of weapon focus? PICKEL
  • 16. What R is the rate of criminal reoffending? RECIDIVISM
  • 17. What S involves classifying members of a social group as if they were all the same. Often underlies prejudice? STEREOTYPE
  • 18. What T is a treatment that involves giving secondary reinforcement for desirable behaviour, that can be saved and exchanged for primary reinforcement? TOKEN ECONOMY
  • 19. What U was the reason that Pickel used a raw chicken in her experiment? UNUSUALNESS
  • 20. What V is a type of reinforcement? VICARIOUS
  • 21. What W is the close attention we give to a weapon that may be pointing at us - with consequent poor memory of information around the periphery of what we are looking at? WEAPON FOCUS
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