On the other hand, evolutionary novel factors that may be rational to consider from a deterrent perspective, such as how difficult it is for the modern police to detect the crime, do not seem to affect people's perceptions of appropriate punishments.
Once a crime's severity has been judged, there is a choice regarding how to respond. In some cases in the ancestral environment there may have been benefits from future interactions with the offender which some forms of punishment may have prevented as compared to responses such as reparations or rehabilitation. Research suggests that individuals may modify what they think are appropriate forms of response to offenders based on factors that once in the past small-group environment may have indicated that they could personally benefit from continued interactions with the offender such as kinship, in-group or out-group membership, possession of resources, sexual attractiveness, expressed remorse, intentionality, and prior history of cooperation and exploitation.
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Please enable cookies in your browser to get the full Trove experience. Skip to content Skip to search. Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 1 of 4. Also Titled Ebook library collection. Medium [electronic resource] Content Types text Carrier Types online resource Physical Description 1 online resource xvii, pages : illustrations. Series Criminology and justice studies series.
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Human beings -- Effect of environment on. Criminal behavior -- Physiological aspects. Summary This book is designed to bring criminology into the 21 st century by showing how leading criminologists have integrated aspects of the biological sciences into their discipline. These authors cover behavior and molecular genetics, epigenetics, evolutionary biology, and neuroscience, and apply them to various correlates of crime such as age, race, and gender.
There are also chapters on substance abuse, psychopathy, career criminals, testosterone and treatment. While not trashing traditional ideas about these topics, the authors of these chapters show how biosocial concepts add to, complement, a. Includes bibliographical references and index. Electronic reproduction. Original version xvii, p. Other Form Print version Biosocial criminology.
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