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Brain Scans Predict Which Criminals Are Most Likely to Reoffend

27 March 2013

“Interestingly this brain activity measure appears to be a more robust predictor, in particular of non-violent offending, than psychopathy or drug use scores, which we know to be associated with a risk of reoffending,” said Professor Essi Viding, (UCL Clinical, Educational & Health Psychology). Read: Wired More: CBS