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to me. It holds that there are organic problems in the brain that could cause abnormal behavior, which includes crime and deviance. The mail theorist for this perspective is Adrian Raine who presented it during the early 1990’s. He studied the PET scans of brains form 22 murders but did not consider any other factors for this determination that brain dysfunction leads to criminal behavior. While I do see that a dysfunctional brain cancontribute to criminal behavior, I don’t think it is the only contributing factor. 2.If someone is found to have a specific gene is responsible for criminal behavior at birth then they would need to be monitored. They should have councilor and case worker assigned to them. This would help keep any environmental dysfunction from contributingto his behavior. This would also keep them in the system so that if they do commit a
crime. If this gene is found at 25 I would have the same response. They would need programs and professional to help either keep them from committing criminal acts or from committing additional criminal acts. At that age, if the gene is responsible for their behavior then they possibly have a record.