‘While gangs typically have been regarded as a sociological phenomenon, our investigation shows that variants of a specific MAOA gene, known as the ‘low-activity 3 – repeat allele, ‘ play a vital role,’said Beaver, gene,riminal behavior. -earcher, has co-authored more than 50 publications on the biosocial bases of criminal behavior.. Results only apply to men. Girls with the same variant of the MAOA gene seem resistant to its potentially violent effects on gang membership and weapon use.From renowned biosocial criminologist Kevin M. Beaver at FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Led, the study throws new light on the interplay of genetics and environment that produces some of the most serious violent offenders society.
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