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TitleThe Neurobiology of Criminal Behavior [electronic resource] / edited by Joseph Glicksohn
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 2002
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-0943-1
Descript XXI, 275 p. online resource

CONTENT

A Introduction -- 1. Criminality, Personality and Cognitive Neuroscience -- B Personality and Criminality: Psychobiological Foundations -- 2. Personality and Psychopathy: Shared Behavioral and Biological Traits -- 3. Genetics of Sensation or Novelty Seeking and Criminal Behavior -- C Genetic, Environmental and Cognitive Factors Predisposing to Crime -- 4. Behavioral Genetics and Crime -- 5. Cognitive Antecedents of Violence and Aggression -- 6. Brain Injury as a Contributory Factor in Offending -- D Neurocognitive Models and Psychobiological Markers for Criminality -- 7. Neuro-Cognitive Models of Acquired Sociopathy and Developmental Psychopathy -- 8. Psychophysiological Correlates of Antisocial Behavior: A Central Control Hypothesis -- 9. Serotonergic Metabolism and Violence/Aggression -- Name Index


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