A. A declining interest in the field of criminology.
B. The difficulty in defining the term crime.
C. The complexity of the issue.
D. The paucity of experts studying crime.
E. The lack of funding available for research.
A. Genetic and neuropsychological variables play a part in criminal behavior.
B. Genetic components are the sole causal agents of human behavior.
C. Understanding the social environment is irrelevant in studying criminal behavior.
D. Criminal behavior is an evolutionary throwback to an earlier stage in the evolution of man.
E. Antisocial behavior is explained by somatyping.
A. Authoritarian approach.
B .Authoritative style.
C. Enmeshed style.
D. Permissive practice approach.
e. Neglecting approach.
A. Motives and drives.
B. Personality traits.
C. Free will.
E. Heredity and family history.
A. Higher levels of antisocial behavior.
B. Higher levels of violence.
C. Earlier initiation of drug abuse.
D. Earlier initiation of alcohol abuse.
E. All of the above.
A. Nine and 16.
B. Six and five weeks.
C. Five and 18.
D. 12 and 18.
E. 13 and 16.
B. Self-report studies.
D. National Victimization Studies.
E. Supplementary homicide report.
A. Criminal behavior can be learned only by associating with others who are criminal.
B. Violent behavior is biologically determined.
C. Criminal behavior is learned like any other behavior.
D. Criminal behavior is learned primarily through classical conditioning.
E. None of the above.
A. A gun.
B. A knife.
C. One’s fist.
D. Obscene gestures.
E. The vehicle.
A. A social.
B. A amilialf.
C. An economic.
D. A psychological.
E. A self-fulfilling.
A. Non-risky behavior.
D. Frontal-lobe control.
A. Personality characteristics of rapists.
B. Age characteristics of murderers.
C. Gender of victims of aggravated assault.
D. Relationship of victim to offender.
E. The victim characteristics of hate crimes.
B. Socioperant conditioning.
C. Social learning.
A. Binge drinking.
B. Participation in school athletics.
C. Obtaining a driver’s license.
D. Video gaming.
E. Walking to school.
A. Self-regulatory factors.
B. Criminogenic needs.
C. Criminogenic determinants.
D. Impulsive drives.
E. Risk factors.
A. Lead exposure may be linked to antisocial behavior.
B. Trans fats are closely associated with delinquent behavior.
C. Junk foods often lead to persistent and violent criminal behavior.
D. An organic diet can greatly reduce likelihood of antisocial behavior.
E. High sugar intake before age two is linked to criminal behavior.
A. Contagion effect.
B. Copy-cat syndrome.
D. Circular imagining.
E. Media modeling.
A. Direct active verbal.
B. Indirect active verbal.
C. Direct passive verbal.
D. Indirect passive verbal.
E. Directive instrumental.
A. Traditional psychiatric criminology.
B. Sociological criminology.
C. Psychological criminology.
D. Contemporary psychiatric criminology.
E. Molecular criminology.
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