Author: joe

Touch Deprivation and Violent Behavior

In this time of widespread concern about violent crime, neuropsychologist James Prescott’s research deserves serious consideration. He believes that high violence rates are caused, in part, by insufficient amounts of physical affection in society.

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Attorney Fee Ripoffs

Clients of law firms should closely examine their lawyers’ bills to reduce the serious problem of overbilling in the legal field.

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Social Environment Contributes to Crime

Syndicated columnist Cal Thomas argued in 2002 that crime is caused by human flaws and not external factors. But he ignored a huge amount of evidence that social environment contributes to crime.

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