Review: The Nurture Versus Biosocial Debate in Criminology: On the Origins of Criminal Behavior and Criminality

Goodreads. The book is on Libgen (free download). Since I have ventured into criminology as part of my ongoing research program into the spatial transferability hypothesis (psychological traits are stable when people move around, including between countries) and the immigrant groups by country of origin studies, I thought it was a good idea to actually…

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New paper out: Criminality among Norwegian immigrant populations

http://openpsych.net/ODP/2014/04/criminality-among-norwegian-immigrant-populations/ Abstract A previous study found that criminality among immigrant groups in Denmark was highly predictable by their countries of origin’s prevalence of Muslims, IQ, GDP and height. This study replicates the study for Norway with similar results. Keywords: Crime, national IQ, group differences, country of origin — Download paper. Forum thread and supplementary material.

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