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Leading publications blame criminal behavior on innumerable causes The most publicly known of these causes is the social environment In reality there is a completely separate series of causes that nobody speaks of ordinarily because there are less complicated things to pass the blame onto The explanation for criminal behavior has become an Occams Razor of a form where the simplest explanation is the one that is believed in the end However factors that are not simple cannot be dismissed as trivial for their complexity when veritably they should be held in higher regard Criminal behavior is more likely to be caused by physiological biological and psychological differences and disorders along with by human nature itself than by a social environment Every human being that is put upon this earth has the potential to be violent and to act in ways that are viewed as wrong by society Under the shell of society we all have essentially the same nature and the same wants needs and desires There cannot be a place or a background that creates the violent type of human Criminals come from all social economic religious and racial groups There will always be criminals like Ted Kazinski who could be described as reasonably normal polite and a nice person all through his adolescence and young adulthood The Unibomber as he is now known was an exemplary student with a solid life only mottled slightly by the way life is for everyone Psychologist Adrian Raine conducted a study on one-hundred and one fifteen-year-old schoolboys in England At the time they were chosen as a cross section of male teenagers All of the boys were seen as normal but seventeen of them turned up as criminals nine years later These were the same boys that in the beginning of the study had shown significantly weaker physiological arousal This weakness was shown by low heart rates and less electrical activity in
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