Biomarkers: My Brain Made Me Carry Out a Ponzi Scheme
My Brain Made Me Carry Out a Ponzi Scheme
Researchers want to find biomarkers for violent criminals. But what about white-collar offenders?
In Slate.com, OUC's Dr Hazem Zohny argues that white-collar crime - such as car manufacturers cheating on emissions tests, or suppression of clinical trials data - is far more costly than conventional crime in money, health, and lives lost. Could biological indicators help identify "corporate psychopaths”? And if so, should such tests be implemented?
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