If Your Child Had a 75% Chance of Becoming a Criminal, Would You Want to Know?
Criminology • Psychology • Forensic Psychology • Law Enforcement • Crime • Academia • Social Sciences • Psychopathy • Juvenile Delinquency • Emotion • Education
Adriane Raine, chair of the criminology department at the University of Pennsylvania, has studied violent criminals - killers, wife batterers, psychopaths. As one of the pioneers of pioneers of neurodevelopmental criminology, he (and others) have researched adult offenders, juvenile delinquents, and even younger children, [and] dozens of studies have pointed to brain features that seem to reduce fear, impair decision making, and blunt emotional reactions to others' distress. The studies have ...
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