How to spot a murderer's brain | Science | The Observer
Gregory Alan Bolcer stashed this in Dangerous Decisions
That would definitely be a bad combination. Versus Entrepreneurs that have a higher than normal emotional attachment to their companies, a greater addiction to risk, generally a hype-focused self-control, and *great* problem solving skills....
The advancing understanding of neuroscience suggested that such a deficiency would result in an increased likelihood of a number of behaviours: less control over the limbic system that generates primal emotions such as anger and rage; a greater addiction to risk; a reduction in self-control; and poor problem-solving skills, all traits that might predispose a person to violence.
The picture is worth a thousand words.
Is an underdeveloped brain predestined to precrime? Or just greater proclivity?