GENERAL DISCUSSION I. Aggression from a Developmental Perspective: Genes, Environments and Interactions (R. Cairns).
A Twin Study of Self-Reported Criminal Behaviour (M. Lyons).
GENERAL DISCUSSION II.
Predisposition to Criminality: Swedish Adoption Studies in Retrospect (M. Bohman).
Assessing the Role of Genetics in Crime Using Adoption Cohorts (P. Brennan, et al).
GENERAL DISCUSSION III.
MAOA Deficiency and Abnormal Behaviour: Perspectives on an Association (H. Brunner).
GENERAL DISCUSSION IV.
Chronic Problems in Understanding Tribal Violence and Warfare (N. Chagnon).
The Implications for Responsibility of Possible Genetic Factors in the Explanation of Violence (J. Glover).
Legal Implications of Genetics and Crime Research (D. Denno).