"10 markers that have not yet come up:
Measuring adherence - Lustman
Measuring stress - Johansson et al
Managing stress - Budzynski
Explaining depression - Alloy
Attribution of blame - Gudjohnsson and Bownes
Expert witness - Cutler
Prison policy - Zimbardo and Haney
Children memories - Saywitz"
For G544 my teacher predicted the behaviourist approach because it hasn't come up in a while.
PS: Everybody feel free to add any studies you think might come up in the exam
Psychology G543 & G544 2016 Predictions Watch
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- 26-04-2016 22:09
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- 28-04-2016 23:40
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- 01-05-2016 21:29
Additionally supposedly the Gudjonsson case study of the 17 year old boy FC is also likely in interviewing suspects of Forensic False Confessions.
The sex differences in the Biological explanation for turning to crime is possible. (Wilson and Daly)