THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIMINAL CONDUCT

@inproceedings{Illescas2007THEPO,
  title={THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIMINAL CONDUCT},
  author={Santiago Redondo Illescas and Antonio Andr{\'e}s Pueyo},
  year={2007}
}
Throughout the last decades the so-called Psychology of criminal conduct, which agglutinates scientific knowledge surrounding criminal phenomena, has been taking shape. We can find among the principal fields of interests an explanation for antisocial behaviour where learning theories, analyses of individual characteristics, strain-agression hypotheses, studies on social vinculation and crime, and the analyses of criminal careers are relevant. This last sector, also denominated ‘developmental… 
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