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The Making of a Murderer

Prof. Adrian Raine, University of Pennslyvania

17-Mar-14 15:00

The Making of a Murderer

Adrian Raine’s recent book “The Anatomy of Violence” investigates the biological roots of violence and was selected as a “New Scientist” Best Book of 2013. We ask him why people kill, what is neurocriminology, and how it can be used for criminal investigations.


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