The book biological influences on criminal behavior provides an integrative approach to considering criminal behavior gail anderson is a professor of forensic entomology or the use of insect evidence at crime scenes in the school of criminology at simon frasier university. Biological influences on criminal behavior second edition is written primarily for social science and law students who wish to understand this exciting area the book offers a greater understanding of this rapidly growing field so that its lessons can help to inform policy treatments rehabilitation and the law. Biological influences on criminal behavior fundamentally questions the way most criminologists attempt to explain let alone ameliorate human criminal behavior introducing criminologists to an emerging area of research this landmark work discusses basic biological concepts such as natural selection and evolution in relation to behavior. Their finding is that there is indeed an interaction between genes and the environment that can predict both criminal and antisocial behaviors of an individual in other words biological forces can act upon psychosocial factors and generate a certain type of behavior such as criminal or antisocial ones
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