Criminal psychology

criminal psychology n.
The branch of psychology that studies criminal behavior.


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  • Criminate

    [krim-uh-neyt] /ˈkrɪm əˌneɪt/ verb (used with object), criminated, criminating. 1. to charge with a . 2. to incriminate. 3. to censure (something) as ; condemn. /ˈkrɪmɪˌneɪt/ verb (transitive) (rare) 1. to charge with a crime; accuse 2. to condemn or censure (an action, event, etc) 3. short for incriminate

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