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TitleGenetics and criminal behavior / edited by David Wasserman, Robert Wachbroit
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, c2001
Edition 1st ed
Descript xi, 335 p. ; 23 cm

CONTENT

Introduction: methods, meanings, and morals -- Understanding the genetics-of violence controversy -- Separating nature and nature -- Genetic explanations of behavior: of worms, flies, and men -- On the explanatory limits of behavioral genetics -- Degeneracy, criminal behavior, and looping -- Genetic plans, genetic differences, and violence: some chief possibilities -- Crime, genes, and responsibility -- Genes, statistics, and desert -- Genes, electrotransmitters, and free will -- Moral responsibility without free will -- Strong genetic influence and the new "optimism" -- Genetic predispositions to violent and antisocial behavior: responsibility, character, and identity


Mentall illness -- Genetic aspects Behavior genetics Criminal behavior -- Genetic Criminal behavior Prediction of

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Arts Library : StackRC455.4.G4 G328CHECK SHELVES
Law Library (4th Floor)RC455.4.G4 G286 2001CATALOGING

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