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Criminal minds

Raine is surely right that we cannot ignore the evidence that points to the importance of neurological factors in violent crime. If he shouts a little too loudly about the brain’s role, it is because that voice needs to be heard. In The Anatomy of Violence, it comes across clearly, powerfully and often persuasively.

Review of Adrian Raine’s The Anatomy of Violence in the FT (18/19 May)

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