Genes play a significant role in antisocial personality disorder

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There is no easy explanation for why some people commit crimes and others don't.

Similarly, there's no easy answer to the question of why some people end up in jails and prisons while others do not. It's a mathematical reality that the American criminal justice system disproportionately
punishes poor
people and black
people.

But at the Curb Your Enthusiasm Seasons 1-8 same time, the population of people who end up in prison do share some traits. And scientists have now traced one common criminal trait to specific genes.

Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD) is wildly overrepresented in prisons
. Take a crowd of The White Queen Season 1 100 people of the street, and chances Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 are just one to three
of them will have ASPD. Take 100 people from a prison, and you can expect 40 to 70 of them to have the disorder.

That's significant, because ASPD
has Scandal The Paradise Season 1 Seasons 1-3 been linked with aggression, irritability, disregard for rules, disregard for other people, and dishonesty.

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