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John Allen Muhammad and John Lee Malvo

  • 19 Sniper Attacks

  • 13 Deaths

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  • 41 Years Old

  • Gulf war Veteran

  • Twice Divorced

  • Islam Convert

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  • Mother Abandoned Malvo to Muhammed

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Psychoanalytic Theory States Today

I was Guilty Even before I committed the crime.

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Psychoanalysis States Today

  • The Actions and Behavior of an Adult are Understood in Terms of Childhood Development

  • Behavior and Unconscious are Related

  • Criminality is Psychological Conflict

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Psychodynamic Perspective States Today

Something that Happened in the Past Affected the Way a Person is Today

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Psychodynamic Perspective States Today

Looking Deep Into the Mind of the Criminal will Unlock why a Person Commits Criminal Acts

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Psychoanalytic Theory: Criminal Behavior comes From 3 Possible Causes:

  • Overbearing Conscience

  • Weak Conscience

  • Immediate Gratification

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Overbearing Conscience Possible Causes:

  • A Conscience so Overbearing it Arouses Feelings of Guilt

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Weak Conscience Possible Causes:

A Conscience so Weak it Cannot Control its Impulses

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Immediate Gratification Possible Causes:

  • Immediate Satisfaction of the Impulses of a Person

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Case Study: Richard Possible Causes:

  • 6 Years old When He Committed his First delinquent Act

  • Stole a Comic Book

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Richards Parents Possible Causes:

  • Father, an alcoholic

  • Killed in an Automobile Accident

  • Mother Abandoned her Children

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Richard Possible Causes:

  • In and out of Foster Homes

  • Daytime Burglaries

  • Night Time Auto Thefts

  • At 20 Years Old, Received 10 years for Armed Robbery

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Richard Possible Causes:

  • Being Caught for Stealing made him feel less Guilty

    • About Hating his Mother and Father

  • Stealing did not Violate his Principles

  • Stealing Gave Richard Immediate Gratification

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Text Page 153 Figure 6.2 Possible Causes:

Psychodynamic or Psychoanalytic Theory

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Viennese Psychiatrist Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Possible Causes:

  • Abnormal Behavior comes from Interruptions in a Person’s Development

  • The Period of Interruption is a Fixation

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Psychodynamic Theory Possible Causes:

  • Unconscious Conflicts

  • Defenses

  • Tendencies

  • Anger

  • Sexuality

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The id, ego and superego Possible Causes:

Human Personality Contains a Three Part Structure

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The id Possible Causes:

  • The Primitive Part

  • Seat of all Irrational, Antisocial and Instinctual Behavior

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The ego Possible Causes:

  • The Conscious or Rational Part of the Mind: Reality Principle

  • The ego develops when a child finds that some things cannot be immediately gratified

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The superego Possible Causes:

  • The Moral Judgment of the mind

  • Passes judgments on behavior

  • Divided into two parts:

    • Conscience

    • Ego Ideal

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Psychosexual Stages of Development : eros Possible Causes:

  • Oral Stage

    • First Year of Life

  • Anal Stage

    • Second and Third Year

  • Genital Stage

    • Third year to Latency

  • Latency

    • Sixth Year to Puberty

  • Genital

    • Puberty to Adult

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Fixation Possible Causes:

Interrupted or Incomplete Development at any Stage

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Complexes Possible Causes:

  • Oedipus Complex

    • Males with Sexual Feelings for Mothers

  • Electra complex

    • The Female Version

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Abnormal Behavior Possible Causes:

  • Neurotics

  • Psychotics

  • Schizophrenics

  • Inferiority Complex

  • Identity Crisis

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Neurotics Possible Causes:

  • I am Losing control of my Mind


  • Add Hallucinations, voices and odors: Schizophrenia: MARKED BY INAPPROPRIATE RESPONSES

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Inferiority Complexes Possible Causes:

  • Appear to Have a Drive to Superiority

  • Adler(1870-1937)

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Treatment of Mentally Defective Criminals Possible Causes:

  • They are not Evil and Sick Persons

  • They are not Responsible for their Actions

  • Punishment will only Complicate Treatment

  • Why Not Just Release Criminals?