Genetics and Criminal Behavior
Forensic researchers are taking another look at controversial claims about the role of genetics in criminal behavior. We discuss the ethical and policy implications.
Professor of Criminal Justice, The University of Cincinnati
Professor of Bioethics and Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
Director, National Institute of Justice (NIJ) at U.S. Department of Justice; Joint recipient of Stockholm Prize in Criminology (2011)
President, Association of Black Psychologists
leader of the applied genetics group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology