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An Integrated Systems Theory of Antisocial Behavior explains why some people are more prone to antisocial behavior than others. Risk factors that increase the probability of antisocial behavior are identified.

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The statistical correlations of criminal behavior explore the associations of specific non-criminal factors with specific crimes. The field of criminology studies the dynamics of crime. Most of these studies use correlational data; that is, they attempt to identify various factors are associated with specific categories of criminal behavior. Such correlational studies led to hypotheses about the causes of these crimes.

different approaches to the explanation of criminal behaviour. This kind of integration is the outcome of very common. behaviour was caused by genes or environment. The interdisciplinary approach described in the previous theories

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An Interdisciplinary. book by Kevin M. Beaver. The authors meaningfully integrate risk factors identified by more than a dozen academic discplines that increase the odds of antisocial behavior and criminality.

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