I am a school psychologist and frequently have observed patterns in students who exhibit conduct disorders and other acting out behaviors.... Much of the research you have cited supports my clinical impressions.
I would think that university sociology, counseling and psychology departments would find interest in your wonderful website. If social service agencies were progressive, they would too. Unfortunately, most counselors still 'blame the parent' for their children's misdeeds.
I am the administrator of a district court, and after reading the latest Crime Times newsletter, I asked my judge what she thought about the concept of biology and criminality. She expressed total disdain for even the suggestion of its possibility. Citing the weight of scientific evidence did nothing to influence her view. What this suggests to me is that we have a long way to go before the idea of biology and criminality will be accepted by most people in criminal justice.
Your publication has become an integral asset to my advanced theory course and intro to crime classes.
As a retired prison psychiatrist, I am deeply indebted to your efforts.
I have been receiving Crime, Times for some period and at all times find it extremely useful. I have been particularly involved in the correlation between children with cognitive deficits and the onset of delinquent acts. (from a Member of the Canadian Human Rights Commission)