Shattered Dreams

August 24, 2013


In The News

Criminals could be genetically different

People who commit “white-collar” crime have been found to have brains that are structurally different from the brains of non-criminals with similar backgrounds, scientists said. A study found that white-collar criminals had more grey matter than people who were not criminals.


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