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  • Key studies
    • Egeland et al
      • Claimed to have found evidence for a genetic link to bipolar disorder in the Amish communities of pennsylyvania, Amish show much higher incidence of Bipolar than other populations.
        • Kelsae found metholodgical errors.
    • Godwin and Canter.
      • Found that eighty five percent of the offenders they studies lived inside the circle encompassing their offences.
    • Wilson et al
      • Cannot assume offenders are disorgansied or organised- mix of both.
    • Blackburn
      • Defines crimes as 'acts attractting legal punishment', they are disapproved of by society and often involve the violation of moral rules.
    • Feldman
      • The definition of many criminal acts depends on society looked at.
    • Ainsworth
      • FBI typology approach is potenitally very useful in allowing offences to be linked or facilatating predictions about the timeline of next attack.
    • Kuipers et al
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  • Claimed to have found evidence for a genetic link to bipolar disorder in the Amish communities of pennsylyvania, Amish show much higher incidence of Bipolar than other populations.
    • Kelsae found metholodgical errors.
  • Ainsworth
    • FBI typology approach is potenitally very useful in allowing offences to be linked or facilatating predictions about the timeline of next attack.
  • Kuipers et al
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