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Preliminary Research - Childhood Lead Exposure Linked to Crime in Adulthood

<a href="/articles/preliminary-research-childhood-lead-exposure-linked-to-crime-in-adulthood-0">Preliminary Research - Childhood Lead Exposure Linked to Crime in Adulthood</a>

Australians who were exposed to high levels of lead as children may be at greater risk of committing violent and impulsive crimes two decades later, yet-to-be-published research suggests. The origins of criminal behaviour have previously been attributed to a perpetrator’s genetic make up or how they were raised. But we’re increasingly realising that the child’s physical and chemical environment plays a significant role in criminal behaviours later in life. Read full article

Giving Your Children Choices Lays Good Foundations for Future

<a href="/blogs/benisonoreilly/2011/08/15/giving-your-children-choices-lays-good-foundations-for-future">Giving Your Children Choices Lays Good Foundations for Future</a>

Dr Jeffrey Pfeifer, a forensic psychologist from Swinburne University of Technology, was asked about some research he’d conducted into sixty American sports stars. Thirty of these stars were ‘models of professional behaviour’; the other thirty had been in trouble with the law. He found that: ": the group of individuals who had found themselves in trouble with the law were less likely to have experience in their lives with making choices whereas the ones who had not gotten into any trouble seemed to have a lot of experience in their lives from childhood up, making choices. Read full article