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A general evolutionary psychological theory of criminality and related male-typical behavior

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Walsh (criminal justice, Boise State University) and Ellis (sociology, Minot State University) collect work on the latest developments in evolutionary psychology, behavior genetics, and neurological functioning in this work for students and researchers in criminology. Readings address controversial issues in the field, such as gender and race differences in offending. An introductory chapter reviews biological approaches to criminal behavior, while later chapters examine issues in behavior genetics and brain functioning.

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/10337/

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