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Raine et al

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  • Q1
    What is the main focus of the study by Raine et al.?
    Sleep patterns
    Social behavior
    Genetic factors
    Brain abnormalities
  • Q2
    What research method did Raine et al 1997 use in their study?
  • Q3
    What was the sample size of the study conducted by Raine et al 1997?
  • Q4
    What were the control variables in the study conducted by Raine et al 1997?
    Ethnicity, marital status, and physical health.
    Family history of criminal behavior, social support, and peer influence.
    Age, sex, and substance abuse history.
    Education level, employment status, and income level.
  • Q5
    What does a PET scan measure?
    Blood volume
    Structural abnormalities
    Heart function
    Metabolic activity
  • Q6
    What does NGRI stand for?
    Next generation routing interface
    Not guilty by reason of insanity
    Not guilty by reason of illiteracy
    No good reason identified
  • Q7
    What were the findings of Raine et al 1997?
    Murderers showed increased brain activity in the prefrontal cortex compared to non-murderers.
    There were no significant differences in brain structure between murderers and non-murderers.
    Murderers who pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity had reduced prefrontal cortex volume compared to non-murderers.
    Raine et al 1997 did not provide any conclusive findings.
  • Q8
    What is one limitation of the Raine et al 1997 study?
    The study did not utilize any statistical analyses.
    The sample size was too small to draw meaningful conclusions.
    The study only focused on murderers who pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
    The study did not consider any environmental factors.
  • Q9
    What were the key brain abnormalities observed in the Raine et al 1997 study?
    Elevated levels of dopamine and serotonin
    Reduced prefrontal cortex activity and a smaller corpus callosum
    Increased prefrontal cortex activity and a larger corpus callosum
    Enlarged amygdala and reduced hippocampus volume
  • Q10
    The main dependent variable was
    The gender of the participants
    whether participants had murdered or not
    the activity in structures of the brain
    Whether they were found guilty
  • Q11
    One of the biggest limitations of the research method used was ....
    As a laboratory experiment, there would have been high demand characteristics
    As a laboratory experiment, it lacked ecological validity
    As a Quasi experiment, it was highly controlled
    As a Quasi experiment, it was not able to show causal conclusions between violence and brain activity
  • Q12
    What ethical issue is brought into question because of the use of murderers who pled not guilty by reason of insanity?
    valid consent
  • Q13
    If the research indicates that murderers are born not made - this would make research....
    socially sensitive

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