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Quiz2 AMU/APU CRIMINAL PROFILING
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Hey everyone Quiz 2 for criminal profiling Criminal Profiling, 3rd Edition, by Brent Turvey. Published by Academic Press.


Question 1 (Worth 10 points)

Which of the following is the difference between a forensic psychologist and a forensic psychiatrist?

 a. forensic psychologists treat people with both mental and physical illnesses, forensic psychiatrists do not.

 b. forensic psychiatrists are doctorates and forensic psychologists are not.

 c. forensic psychiatrists treat people with both mental and physical illnesses, forensic psychologists do not.
This is a correct answer

 d. forensic psychiatrists evaluate people with mental disorder and forensic psychologists do not.

Points earned on this question: 10



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Question 2 (Worth 10 points)

Crime reconstruction is based at least in part on a firm understanding of:

 a. Chain of Custody

 b. Profiling

 c. Locard’s exchange Principle
This is a correct answer

 d. All of the Above

Points earned on this question: 10



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Question 3 (Worth 10 points)

__________ are behaviors committed by an offender before, during, or after an offense that are intended to confuse, hamper, or defeat investigative or forensic efforts for the purpose of concealing their identity.

 a. Staging acts

 b. Precautionary acts
This is a correct answer

 c. Reconstruction acts

 d. None of the above

Points earned on this question: 10



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Question 4 (Worth 10 points)

The primary goals of the investigative phase include all of the following except:

 a. Help develop insight into offender fantasy and motivations.
This is a correct answer

 b. Prioritize the investigation into remaining suspects.

 c. Assess the potential for escalation of nuisance criminal behavior to more serious or more violent crimes.

 d. Provide investigators with investigatively relevant leads and strategies.

Points earned on this question: 10



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Question 5 (Worth 10 points)

Making the assumption that a suspect has murdered his/her spouse because the profiler is unhappy in his/her own relationship is a good example of:

 a. projection
This is a correct answer

 b. transference

 c. countertransferrenc e

 d. bias

Points earned on this question: 0



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Question 6 (Worth 10 points)

Rules that set the limits of evidentiary interpretation, offering a standard for evaluating acceptable work habits and application.

 a. Crime Scene Analysis

 b. Ethics

 c. Practice Standards
This is a correct answer

 d. All of the Above

Points earned on this question: 10



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Question 7 (Worth 10 points)

When a profiler is unable to remain objective due to strong feelings evoked in themselves which may be attributed to the subject they are studying they are experiencing:

 a. transference

 b. countertransferrenc e
This is a correct answer

 c. projection

 d. bias

Points earned on this question: 10



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Question 8 (Worth 10 points)

In order for a person to stand trial it must be determined that they are:

 a. not insane

 b. not depressed

 c. are competent
This is a correct answer

 d. All of the Above

Points earned on this question: 10



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Question 9 (Worth 10 points)

Any influence that adds, changes, relocates, obscures, contaminates, or obliterates physical evidence is known as __________.

 a. transference

 b. evidence dynamics
This is a correct answer

 c. inferred evidence

 d. limiting evidence

Points earned on this question: 10



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Question 10 (Worth 10 points)

Offender characteristics developed by studying or examining the facts of a single case; concrete and specific to a particular offender.

 a. idiographic offender profiles
This is a correct answer

 b. forensic analysis

 c. individual stereotypes

 d. idiographic individualism


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