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{{Criminal groups}}
 
{{Criminal groups}}
   
'''Criminals''', those who have committed a [[crime]], have been studied by psychologists from a number of perspectives within in [[criminology]] and [[forensic psychology]]. As [[perpetrators both [[female criminals]] and [[male criminals]] have been focused on as groups as have [[mentally ill offenders]].
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'''Criminals''', those who have committed a [[crime]], have been studied by psychologists from a number of perspectives within in [[criminology]] and [[forensic psychology]]. As perpetrators both [[female criminals]] and [[male criminals]] have been focused on as groups as have [[mentally ill offenders]].
   
   
   
   
==See also==
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==See also==
 
* [[Antisocial personality]]
 
* [[Antisocial personality]]
 
* [[Court referrals]]
 
* [[Court referrals]]
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* [[Recidivism]]
 
* [[Recidivism]]
 
* [[Sex offenders]]
 
* [[Sex offenders]]
 
 
[[Category:Criminals]]
 
[[Category:Criminals]]
 
[[Category:Forensic psychology]]
 
[[Category:Forensic psychology]]

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Criminals, those who have committed a crime, have been studied by psychologists from a number of perspectives within in criminology and forensic psychology. As perpetrators both female criminals and male criminals have been focused on as groups as have mentally ill offenders.



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