Three disciplines that have traditionally dominated the study of crime are

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Three disciplines that have traditionally dominated the study of crime are Psychology, sociology, and psychiatry. Psychology, sociology, and anthropology. Psychology, anthropology, and economics. Psychology, anthropology, and medicine. Question 7 Which perspective on crime is most closely linked with the humanistic perspective? Conformity Strain Learning Determinism Question 8 Psychological criminology recently shifted its focus to a more ________ and ________ approach to the study of criminal behavior. Forensic, scientific Trait-focused, instrumental Personality-based, biological Cognitive, developmental Question 9 Criminal behavior is best defined as Antisocial behavior. Deviant behavior. An intentional act in violation of criminal code. A failure to impede the criminal process.
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PSY 310 Criminal Psychology 1-3 Quiz: Chapter 1 Question 10 All of the following are consistent with the developmental approach to the study of crime except Examining factors that place a child at risk of engaging in serious delinquency. Identifying the age of consent of antisocial behavior Searching for protective factors in a child’s life. Obtaining a child’s IQ score as he or she enters adolescence.
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