Classes » CRIM 200, Winter 2019

Name

Psychological Explanations of Criminal Behaviour

Description

A detailed study of psychological approaches to explaining recidivist criminal behaviour. Some of the specific theories subject to critical examination will include: psychoanalytic, behaviourism, social cognitive, developmental, and Eysenck’s theory of personality and crime. Theoretical and empirical approaches will be utilized to explain the behaviour of offenders involved in various crimes (property, violent, etc.).

Prerequisites

Professor should be clear about what the expectations are for the course because there could be students registered for the course without first year Psychology

Credits

3.0

Semester

Winter 2019

Instructor

Dr. Joe Naylor

Schedules
  • Tuesdays, 15:00 to 16:20, Rm 308
  • Thursdays, 15:00 to 16:20, Rm 308
Tuition

$664.00
This tuition applies to domestic full-time students. Tuitions for international, senior, and auditing students may vary.

Fees

(None)

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