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Huddersfield researchers publish a book exploring the link between evolution and criminal behavior
Date:4/26/2013

There could be practical applications to his work on evolution and crime, he added. For example, most crime was committed by males aged 16-24, more likely to take risks because they feel they have nothing to lose.

"If you look at our society it is older men that wield all the power. Rich older men also attract young females, which you might say gives them a distinct advantage over their younger counterparts," said Dr Roach.

"Most young men who commit crime eventually desist by their late twenties, mainly because they 'grow up'. So we need to speed that process up and give them a sense of hope that their time will come and stop them taking all these risks."


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Contact: Megan Beech
m.beech@hud.ac.uk
01-484-473-053
University of Huddersfield
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