Renowned international expert in behavioral analysis Mark Safarik discusses his career in the FBI and his research into violent criminal behavior.
Category - Criminal Mind
A fascinating interview with Dr. Katherine Ramsland, author of 59 books, on her work as a Forensic Psychologist, her research and her writing.
Research from the Netherlands studied the self-reports of victims who had experienced abuse and criminal victimisation because of their mental illness.
Biological and neurological explanations for criminal behaviour raise key questions for not only how the criminal justice system can incorporate the science of...
Should addiction be a mitigating factor that lessens the responsibility for crime? And should the issue of whether or not addiction is a disease make any...
Serial killer Kieran Patrick Kelly was a complex character and one that needs to be properly investigated and understood.
Should people with brain disorders receive different punishment for crimes? Australian law may be about to reshape the way we deal with criminals.
Take a look at the research into the brains of serial killers including the statistics and the motivations behind their killing.
Neurocriminology is the study of understanding the brains of criminals. It seeks to identify those with genetic or neurological predispositions in a hope to...
Narcissistic traits of grandiosity, lack of empathy and arrogance can lead to dangerous places for individuals and those around them.
The nature vs nurture debate has transformed into a nature and nurture interaction which may hold the key to the origins of violent behaviour.
The best criminal profiling books written by FBI profilers who have been inside the minds of the world's worst serial killers. Read if you dare!