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Explaining Criminal Behavior grew out of a symposium of “Explaining Crime: Interdisciplinary Approaches” that took place at the Criminological Institute of Leiden (The Netherlands) in 1986. The chapters that make up this book are organized into four general sections: “Theories of Delinquency,” “Precursors of Delinquency and Crime,” “Mental Illness and Crime,” and “Studies of Deterrence.” The authors and editors bring to this subject a common interest in and emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches to the study of antisocial behavior and criminality.
Associate director, Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, Bronx, NY
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