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Biosocial criminology : challenging environmentalism's supremacy

Author: Anthony Walsh; Lee Ellis
Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Walsh (criminal justice, Boise State University) and Ellis (sociology, Minot State University) collect work on the latest developments in evolutionary psychology, behavior genetics, and neurological  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Biosocial criminology.
New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2003
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Walsh; Lee Ellis
ISBN: 1590337743 9781590337745
OCLC Number: 52377543
Description: xiv, 267 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: A Theoretical Overview --
Introduction to the Biosocial Perspective / Anthony Walsh --
Genes, Criminality, and the Evolutionary Neuroandrogenic Theory / Lee Ellis --
Evolutionary Psychology --
A General Evolutionary Psychological Theory of Criminality and Related Male-Typical Behavior / Satoshi Kanazawa --
The Sex Ratio: A Biosocial Explanation for Racial Variation in Crime Rates / Anthony Walsh --
Selfishness, Social Control, and Emotions: An Integrated Perspective on Criminality / Stephen G. Tibbetts --
Behavior Genetics --
Intelligence and Antisocial Behavior / Anthony Walsh --
The Adolescence-Limited/Life-course Persistent Theory of Antisocial Behavior: What Have We Learned? / Terrie E. Moffitt, Anthony Walsh --
Conduct Disorder: A Genetic, Orbitofrontal Lobe Disorder that is the Major Predictor of Adult Antisocial Behavior / David E. Comings --
Brain Functioning, Neurochemistry and Criminology --
Genes, Brains, Hormones, and Violence Interactions within Complex Environments / David Quadagno --
Neuropsychological and Emotional Regulatory Processes in Antisocial Behavior / Diana Fishbein --
The Psychophysiology of Antisocial Behavior: Interactions with Environmental Experiences / Angela Scarpa, Adrian Raine --
The Neurophysiology of Motivation and Habitual Criminal Behavior / Walter R. Gove, Charles K. Wilmoth --
So You Want to Be a Biosocial Criminologist? Advice from the Underground / Lee Ellis.
Responsibility: Anthony Walsh and Lee Ellis (editors).
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