Edited by Steven A. Peterson and Albert Somit
The biological and genetic contributions to antisocial and criminal behavior are now well documented. Based on these findings, there are many promising ways to use a biosocial framework to target antisocial behavior throughout the life course for prevention and intervention purposes. The current chapter reviews some of the policy implications of biosocial research with a particular focus on gene–intervention programs, biology/neuropsychology–intervention programs, pharmacological treatment options, nutritional supplements, cognitive-behavioral therapy, family intervention programs, and prenatal/early intervention programs.
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