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Neuropsychology and Mild to Borderline Intellectual Disability; A pilot study in young adult probationers (full text only available in Dutch)
Young adults are overrepresented in the criminal justice system and reoffend the most. This group, however, has very diverse...
Food and offending; From punishment to rehabilitation? (full text only available in Dutch)
Research into the origin of delinquent and criminal behavior has long been strongly psychosocially oriented. In the last...
NeuroLabNL is the academic workplace for brain, cognitive and behavioral research. A workplace, because professionals from...
Neuroscientific applications in the juvenile criminal justice system; An inventory of measurement instruments, prevention and intervention methods (full text only available in Dutch)
This report investigates how neuroscientific research could be applied in the juvenile criminal justice system....
Changing views of man in criminal law; (full text only available in Dutch)
This issue on Views of man in criminal law starts from the idea that criminal law is embedded in our view of man, his or her...
Adoption under fire; (full text available only in Dutch)
Brain mechanisms and antisocial behavior; Neurobiological research and issues concerning the explanation, reduction and prevention of criminality (full text available only in Dutch)
In recent years, there has been a great deal of investment in the development of effective behavioural interventions aimed at...
Biology and criminology
More than six years after the themed issue 'Biologic factors of aggressive behaviour' (in 2000), another special issue on the...
There is nothing quite as personal as experiencing a kick. The Van Dale dictionary defines this broadly as 'a pleasant...
Biological factors of criminal behavior
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