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Can someone give me an example of a study to support behaviourist learning theory of criminal behaviour?


And also, a study to support cognitive theory of criminal behaviour.


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For cognitive maybe try Charleton et al study of St Helena in 2000
Not sure if it'll be any good but worth a shot if you haven't got any other ideas
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To look at criminal behaviour and some of the explanations, I would look at Simply psychology.

Simply Psychology is a very good website to find explanations and theories, and supporting evidence to help back up your writing. For cognitive explanations you could look at Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development.

Hope this helps
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