#15. How to stop a Murderer – Prof. Adrian Raine

Dr. Adrian Raine, is one of the leading voices in neurocriminology. He was the first scientist to use neuroimaging to study the brains of murderers and is noted for his research on the neurobiological causes violent behaviour in children and adults. He currently holds the  chair of Richard Perry University Professor of Criminology & Psychiatry in the Department of Criminology of the School of Arts and Sciences and in the Department of Psychiatry of the School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The Smooth Brain Society was honoured to have Dr. Raine come and and talk about his research and steps he hopes to see in order to reduce violent crimes in the future.

Dr. Adrian Raine's wikipedia page
Books by Dr. Raine:

  • The Psychopathology of Crime (1993).
  • The Anatomy of Violence: The Biological Roots of Crime (2013).
  • Psychopathy: An Introduction to Biological Findings and Their Implications (2014)

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