Compassion is always important, but where a criminal is attracting sympathy while the victim is disregarded, I'd call that misplaced sympathy.
This may or may not be the answer , but there is a phenomenon called the "Stockholm Syndrome" where a person in captive type situations, like kidnap victims or battered wives, begin to identify with their captors and relate to them as friends instead of enemies. The terror the person feels at first is lessened by later acts of kindness so much so that the psychological relationship between them is changed. The initial sense of fear disappears and a sense of relief then compassion comes in.
Its called Klinefelter's Syndrome.
to be a myrter?
A person who aids a criminal is called an accessory.
A person with Down Syndrome has three number 21 chromosomes, usually because the egg has two copies instead of one.
No. Down syndrome is caused when a person inherits three copies of chromosome 21 instead of two.
If a person verbalizes their evil intentions that is called a threat, and yes it is a criminal offense.
Usually called, "Napoleon Syndrome" since Napoleon was very short in stature.
genetic condition in which a person has 47 chromosomes instead of the usual 46
Criminal, perpetrator, suspect, person of interest.
There is no such thing as a criminal lawsuit. Criminal prosecutions are brought by the state through the appropriate prosecution, and are not called lawsuits. Lawsuits are civil suits, that are, by definition, not criminal.
In civil law, the party who is served with the papers beginning the civil action, and is defending the lawsuit is called the "defendant"; the party who brings the lawsuit is called the "plaintiff". In the strictest sense, the person in a criminal 'lawsuit' not a civil proceeding, is called a "defendant". The party, in the criminal action, who brings the lawsuit, a criminal proceeding, is called the "State". The representative for the criminal action against the is a Prosecutor. Please see the discussion page for further notions about using the word "defendant" instead of the label "accused" in a criminal proceeding.
Down syndrome is neither dominant nor recessive.It is "autosomal" or "other"; it is simply an error in the translation process of Chromosome 21 (three copies instead of two). Instead of 46 chromosomes, a person with Down syndrome will have 47.
Sometimes Down Syndrome is called Up Syndrome because alot of children with Down Syndrome are happy all the time.
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People with Down syndrome, also called mongoloidism have 47 chromosomes. Having 65 chromosomes would be lethal, as normally having 47 chromosomes is lethal. Down syndrome is also known as trisomy 21, because instead of two copies of chromosome 21, a person with Down syndrome has three copies, which accounts for the 47th chromosome.
A person with Turner Syndrome only has an X chromossome (instead of having 2 or one X and a Y). Usually, the missing X is the parental chromossome.
It is called monosomy. An example is Turner Syndrome. A woman with Turner Syndrome has a missing or altered X chromosome, whereas a person with Down Syndrome has part or all of an extra 21st chromosome.
The chromosome would have three chromatids instead of two.
It is not determined by a genotype, but has to do with the number of chromosomes the individual has. A person with down syndrome has 47 chromosomes, instead of 46 (an extra copy of chromosome 21).
An abused person can identify with their abuser. The abuse itself would not be called Stockholm Syndrome. How the abused feels about the abuser would be Stockholm Syndrome.
Down syndrome is caused by nondisjuntion which is an issue faced during cell division. A person with down syndrome ends up having 3 copies of chromosome 21 instead of 2.
People with Klinefelter syndrome have one more chromosome than the normal male. I believe it's XXY instead of XY.