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Medical Forensics Review Game-Unit 8

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Created Date 05.14.19
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Topics of this game:
  • Investigators get the profile and find a suspect. The fifth step of crime scene analysis.
  • When they arrest a suspect of a crime. Only happens 50% of the time. The sixth step of crime scene analysis.
  • six steps to solving a crime scene.
  • The scientific measurement of individual differences (personality and intelligence).
  • individuals are asked to rate their actions or feelings in certain situations. A type of personality test.
  • Individuals are asked to make a response to an ambiguous stimuli (ink-blot test). A type of personality test.
  • measure an individual's ability to process information from their environment (IQ tests).
  • Measures people's dispositions to behave in certain ways during certain situations (either objective or projective tests)
  • social desirability, self-deception, mood, relevance to lifestyle, and bias.
  • less active gray matter and brain activity, alcohol, traumatic brain injury, sociopath, and many personality disorders.
  • monitors a person's physiological response to questions or statements. Also called a lie detector test.
  • A murderer who has motivation and motives. They kill for thrill, sexual satisfaction, or dominance.
  • Murdering a group of people in a short amount of time in close proximity.
  • Power and control, missionary killers, visionary killers, or pleasure.
  • Combined first three steps to create a profile to find suspects. The fourth step of crime scene analysis.
  • The crime scene is reconstructed with the evidence. The third step of crime scene analysis.
  • The evidence is arranged to find patterns. The second step of crime scene analysis.
  • Collecting all evidence from a crime scene. The first step of crime scene analysis.
  • Pathway for information to and from brain. Center for coordinating reflexes.
  • The outer layer of the cerebrum.
  • The back part of the brain that is in charge of motor control, balance, and coordination.
  • The major organ of the nervous system.