According to a new study those with higher criminal tendencies choose to take risks and gamble more than law abiding citizens.
A new study reports people who have used a classic psychedelic are significantly less likely to commit a crime or indulge in criminal behavior. However, use of other controlled substances is linked to an increased risk of criminal behavior, researchers report.
Despite growing evidence linking genetics to some criminal behavior, researchers report using genetic evidence is a court room is likely not to be an effective tool in persuading juries that a defendant is less culpable for their actions.
Researchers report a strong focus on reward coupled with a lack of self control appears to drive criminal psychopaths.