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Title: The Impact of Behaviorist Theories and the Legal System Laws Developed from Them

Journal or Publication Title:

Իմաստություն=Wisdom=Мудрость

Date of publication:

2023

Volume:

26

Number:

2

ISSN:

1829-3824 ; e-2738-2753

Official URL:

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Corporate Creators:

Խ․ Աբովյանի անվան հայկական պետական մանկավարժական համալսարան

Coverage:

232-241

Abstract:

The theories, which stress how environmental cues act as catalysts for criminal action, are based on ideas of imitation and learning. To comprehend criminal behavior as a learned or copied reaction to societal and environmental stimuli, this research emphasizes the significance of psychological deviations. The macro and micro layers of crimes are the main topics of this study‟s investigation of psychological theories of the criminal justice system. In order to understand how societal and environmental factors affect individual criminal conduct, sociological and psychological perspectives on crime are used in this analysis. The idea of a mentor or guide is introduced, making the argument that people frequently need assistance and direction to develop their personalities. This research concludes that in the 20thcentury, blatant crimes such as drug trafficking and gambling undermined the rights of others to life and permanently severed the person from the mental conscious level, transferring him to an unconscious, unreal, obscured, and incomprehensible reality. This article reveals that men struggle more than women to communicate and comprehend their emotions, which makes them more likely to be charged with crimes.

Place of publishing:

Երևան

Publisher:

Տիգրան Մեծ

Format:

pdf

Identifier:

oai:arar.sci.am:372376

Language:

en

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