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What subfield in psychology applies psychology to the criminal justice system and legal issues?
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Descriptive research is an approach designed to systematically investigate a person, group, or patterns of behavior. Its methods include A. archival research B. naturalistic observation C. survey research D. case studies E. All of these
Weegy: The answer is E. All of these. User: The translation of a hypothesis into specific, testable procedures that can be measured and observed is called User: Which of the following subfields in psychology applies psychology to the criminal justice system and legal issues? Weegy: Forensic Psychology applies psychology to the criminal justice system and legal issues. (More)
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WHAT IS LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONTROL OF LARGE SCALE MOVEMENT, AS WELL AS SMALLER, MORE PRECISE MOVEMENTS OF THE BODY? User: Which law explains why a person in a quiet room is more startled by a knock at the door than a person in a noisy room?
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A procedure in which a person learns to control through conscious thought internal physiological processes such as blood pressure, heart and respiration rate, skin temperature, sweating, and the constriction of particular muscles is called __________.
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An experiment is the only way that psychologists can establish what kind of relationships through research?
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