Flashcards in AC2.2 Deck (10):
Banduro’s bobo doll theory
Children would observe an adult hitting a doll and then would replicate the behaviour they witnessed
Sutherland’s Differential association
People learn criminal behaviour because they associate with criminals
Freuds Psychodynamic theory
Childhood experiences determined adult behaviour
Criminals were people who failed to develop to the ego from the ID
Bowlbys Maternal deprivation
A happy and stable upbringing produced balanced individuals
He found many criminals had experience emotional or physical separation from their mother
The 3 dimensions of personality determined criminality
People who crave excitement (Extraverts and Neurotics) were more likely to be criminal
What is the ID?
Dominance = Uncontrollable
Wha is the Ego?
Dominance = Unacceptant of change
What is the Superego?
Dominance = Strict and judgemental
What are the 3 dimensions of personality according to Eyseneck?
(There are 5)