BA, Experimental Psychology, Oxford University
D.Phil, Psychology, York University
D.Univ, University of York, UK
Neurobiology of antisocial behavior in children and adults
Raine, A. (2013). The anatomy of violence: The biological roots of crime. New York: Pantheon / Random House; London: Allen Lane / Penguin. Amsterdam: Balans.
Glenn, A.L. and Raine, A. (2014) Neurocriminology: Implications for the punishment, prediction and prevention of criminal behavior. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 15 54-63.
Pardini, D., Raine, A., Erickson, K. and Loeber, R. (2014). Lower amygdala volume is associated with childhood aggression, early psychopathic features and future violence. Biological Psychiatry 75 73-80.
Glenn, A. and Raine, A. (2014). Psychopathy: An Introduction to Biological Findings and Their Implications. New York: New York University Press.
Raine, A., Portnoy, J., Liu, J., Mahoomed, T., and Hibbeln, J. (2015).Reduction in behavior problems with omega-3 supplementation in children aged 8-16 years: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, stratified, parallel-group trial.Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 56 509-520
Chen, F.R., Raine, A and Granger, D.A. (2015). Tactics for Modeling Multiple Salivary Analyte Data in Relation to Behavior Problems: Additive, Ratio, and Interaction Effects. Psychoneuroendocrinology 51 188-200
Choy, O., Raine, A., Portnoy, J., Rudo-Hutt, A., Gao, Y., and Soyfer, L. (2015). The Mediating Role of Heart Rate on the Social Adversity-Antisocial Behavior Relationship: A Social Neurocriminology Perspective. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52 303-341.
Crim 270: Biosocial Criminology
Crim 670: Violence: A Clinical Neuroscience Perspective
Criminology Graduate Group; Psychology Graduate Group; Department of Psychiatry