Biological and neurological explanations for criminal behaviour raise key questions for not only how the criminal justice system can incorporate the science of...
Tag - Neuroscience
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...
Of the current uses of psychiatry in legal settings, the claim that psychopaths can be identified through functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is among...
The nature vs nurture debate has transformed into a nature and nurture interaction which may hold the key to the origins of violent behaviour.
Examining the research on the warrior gene and its impact in criminology regarding the origins of violence and aggression in criminal behaviour.
Modern brain imagining is being used to explore the criminal brain, looking for biological factors which could lead to criminal behavior.
What makes one person evil and another not? Investigation into the brains and minds of serial killers and psychopaths is trying to find out.