Is anyone good at forensic psychology and would love to help me?

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I’m like struggle bares but I feel like if I get the question, Ill be able to do it.anyone?
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I’m like struggle bares but I feel like if I get the question, Ill be able to do it.anyone?
DrawTheLine Hope you don't mind that I'm tagging you, but I noticed you mention that you do forensic psychology before.
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I’m like struggle bares but I feel like if I get the question, Ill be able to do it.anyone?
What do you need help with?
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What do you need help with?
Thank youuu
The question is: How social processes occurring within the jury may affect the outcome of the investigation?
What does that mean? We got a scenario and I think we’re meant to link them. Any ideas?
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Thank youuu
The question is: How social processes occurring within the jury may affect the outcome of the investigation?
What does that mean? We got a scenario and I think we’re meant to link them. Any ideas?
How might social factors affect the jury's decision. So you need to make a list of possible factors that could affect them and see if any apply to the scenario you've got.
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How might social factors affect the jury's decision. So you need to make a list of possible factors that could affect them and see if any apply to the scenario you've got.
That makes more sensee. Thank you x
Ie. In the scenario, the guy that’s been guilty is a black man and apparently jurors are more likely to judge black defendants guilty. Could that be right ?
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That makes more sensee. Thank you x
Ie. In the scenario, the guy that’s been guilty is a black man and apparently jurors are more likely to judge black defendants guilty. Could that be right ?
Yeah. You'd likely need research to back it up.
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Yeah. You'd likely need research to back it up.
Uffff thank youuu!!
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