Testosterone and Crime: What Can Genes Tell Us About Behavior? – Video

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2020

02-08-2011 14:14 Complete video at: fora.tv Evolutionary biologist Steve Jones notes that genes responsible for circulating testosterone in men are also to blame for most violent and criminal behavior. He argues, however, that the environment in which a person is raised plays an equal role. ----- Many people see their fate as rather like a cake, which can be sliced into a piece called Nature -- what you are born with: your DNA -- and another known as Nurture --the way you live.

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