Explanations for Criminal Behaviour

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Raine
Relationship between Brain dysfunction and criminal offending rates
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Brunner
Relationship between genetic malfunctions and aggressive behaviour in a Dutch family
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Dabbs
Correlation between testosterone levels and offending rate
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Yochelson and Samenow
To investigate the role of thinking errors of criminals
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Palmer and Hollin
Investigate differences in thinking patterns between male offenders and non-offenders
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Bandura and Ross
Investigate whether children would imitate and learn aggression through observation
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Farrington
Investigate the development of offending and anti-social behaviour
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Wikstrom
To identify key environmental and individual factors that affect offending
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Relationship between genetic malfunctions and aggressive behaviour in a Dutch family

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Correlation between testosterone levels and offending rate

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To investigate the role of thinking errors of criminals

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Investigate differences in thinking patterns between male offenders and non-offenders

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