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FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried sentenced to 25 years in prison for fraud

  • Apply Hans Eysenck’s personality theory to Bankman-Fried, using quotes from the article

  • How does Bankman-Fried show evidence of cognitive distortions?

  • Discuss limitations of Eysenck’s theory

  • Explain similarities and differences between Eysenck’s theory and cognitive explanations for offending

  • Referring to comments made about Bankman-Fried, explain the aims of custodial sentencing

Danny Galbraith, St Bartholomew’s School

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