Professor Terrie Moffitt discusses her long, broad career in clinical psychology, criminology, and genetics. She is well known for her work correlating mental illness and criminal behavior via genetics. Moffitt also describes the difficulty she sometimes has in getting funding for her research, because combining crime and genetics can be perceived as eugenics.
An Interview with Terrie Moffitt
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