||Chapter 1. Introduction: the promise of biopsychosocial criminology for explaining the facts of crime -- Chapter 2. Sex differences in criminal behavior -- Chapter 3. Age differences in criminal behavior -- Chapter 4. Class differences in criminal behavior -- Chapter 5. Peer associations and social learning influences in criminal behavior -- Chapter 6. Social relationships, control, and criminal behavior -- Chapter 7. Stress and strain in criminal behavior -- Chapter 8. Criminal justice and law in criminal behavior and crime rates -- Chapter 9. Concluding remarks on the future of biosocial criminology.
||"This book applies findings from neuroscience, behavioral sciences, and evolutionary biology to persistent issues in criminology to show how the biopsychosocial approach extends and complements traditional sociological theories of crime and approaches to crime. John Braithwaite's facts of crime serve as a longstanding agenda for macro-issues in criminal behavior"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Posick, Chad, 1982- Fitting the facts of crime Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2022 9781439919828|