Behavioral Genetics and Crime, in Context

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Jones explains the relationship between behavioral genetics and other disciplines in behavioral biology. He compares the potential contributions of behavioral genetics and behavioral ecology and suggests how the diverging efforts could be joined. He also notes that criminal law is but one of many fields of law potentially affected by behavioral genetics.

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  • Behavioral biology
  • Behavioral genetics
  • Crime
  • Criminal law
  • Methological challenges

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