Criminals are born as with a different psychological scheme that persuades them to commit crime. Scientists believe that criminals develop such a complex from either a biological, however not genetic, chemicals in their body. These differences allow a psychological failure that leads the person not to develop a conscience. However, there are two types of criminals those who feel absolutely no remorse for what they had committed, and those who feel sympathy and guilt for
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certain things that will provoke them to do criminal acts. In this theory crime is viewed as a symptom of some problem - fear, or perhaps anger - that has led to mental illness. Criminals are of a different psychological state than that of the norm. However, they do not receive this from an ‘evil' gene. Crime does not determine a persons ability to commit a crime but a persons thoughts of committing a crime.