July 1, 2010 Using a gun and a machete, Bradley Waldrop killed his wife's friend and then wounded his wife. In the Tennessee courtroom, the question was not who did it but why. Enter neuroscience — specifically, a forensic psychiatrist's testimony that Waldroup had a variation of a gene that inclined him toward violence.
Inside The Criminal Brain
June 29, 2010 For nearly 20 years, neuroscientist Jim Fallon has studied the brains of psychopaths. After learning that his ancestry included alleged murderers, he decided to study his own brain. He was shocked at what he discovered.