Homicide Sexual Offenses Biological & Developmental Factors Aggression and Mental Illness Profiling and Behavioral Linkage

100

What is a single event with multiple events in multiple locations?
What is a spree murder.

100

What is a risk factor for both experiencing and perpetrating sexual victimization?
What is alcohol.

100

What is a predictor for adolescent violence?
What is poverty.

100

What defense refers to a person's state of mind at the time of the offense?
What is the not guilty by reason of insanity defense (NGRI).

100

What is offender profiling?
What is the inference of offender characteristics from offense characteristics.

200

What are three ways to survive an attack?
What are to run, to hide, and fight.

200

What is a sex offender who is exclusively with children and has a continuous attraction to them since adolescence?
What is a fixated sex offender.

200

What is strongly associated with delinquency?
What is early school failure.

200

What mental illness did Kenneth Bianchi claim to have?
What is dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality disorder).

200

What is Holmes & Holmes motivational typology of serial killers?
What is categorized as act focused killers or process focused killers.

300

What is the interaction not found in serial homicide?
What is the 'victim as a person' interaction.

300

What are the 3 main motivations for sexual assault?
What are aggression, power, and sex.

300

What is the strongest predictor of later involvement in anti-social behavior?
What is early rejection by peers.

300

What theory explains why a husband would take out his work-related stress on his wife and kids?
What is the displaced aggression theory.

300

What typology is associated with serial homicide offenders?
What is the organized typology.

400

What is the goal of expressive aggression?
What is the goal to make the victim suffer.

400

What type of offender is more likely to initiate their behavior at an earlier age?
What is a female sex offender.

400

What are the three factors of Eysenck's Theory of Persoanlity and Crime?
What are neuroticism, psychoticism, and extraversion.

400

What is the new term for competency to stand trial?
What is adjudicative competence.

400

What is more promising for identifying behavioral consistency?
What is behavioral themes.

500

What is a person who has an obsession for guns and murder fantasies?
What is a pseudo-commando mass murderer.

500

What is the main limitation in sexual offense research?
What is the lack of understanding of the situational/contextual factors of an offense.

500

What behaviors are strong indicators of temperament?
What are activity and emotionality.

500

What is the name of the step in the aggression model that uses self-efficacy and internalized social standards?
What is evaluating the generated script.

500

What are the two underlying assumptions of linkage analysis?
What are consistency and individual differentiation.

PSY372-Psychology of Criminal Behavior-Gabriela Lerma

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