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Banduro’s bobo doll theory

Children would observe an adult hitting a doll and then would replicate the behaviour they witnessed

2

Sutherland’s Differential association

People learn criminal behaviour because they associate with criminals

3

Freuds Psychodynamic theory

Childhood experiences determined adult behaviour
Criminals were people who failed to develop to the ego from the ID

4

Bowlbys Maternal deprivation

A happy and stable upbringing produced balanced individuals
He found many criminals had experience emotional or physical separation from their mother

5

Eyseneck’s personality

The 3 dimensions of personality determined criminality
People who crave excitement (Extraverts and Neurotics) were more likely to be criminal

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What is the ID?

Animalistic urges

Dominance = Uncontrollable

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Wha is the Ego?

Sensible control

Dominance = Unacceptant of change

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What is the Superego?

Moral conscience

Dominance = Strict and judgemental

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What are the 3 dimensions of personality according to Eyseneck?

(There are 5)

Extraversion/Introversion
Neuroticism/Stability
Psychoticism

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Where does observational theory take place?

In the family
In subcultures
Through TV, Internet, Books