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Study on IQ scores and criminal thinking in Criminal Justice and Behavior

An article titled, “Measuring the Criminal Mind: The Relationship Between Intelligence and CSS-M Results Among a Sample of Pennsylvania Prison Inmates” looks at the relationship between the measurement of IQ and criminal thinking. The article is featured in Criminal Justice and Behavior. The authors Michaela Soyer and Susan McNeeley are Justice Center Postdoctoral Scholar Alumni, now at Hunter College and Minnesota Department of Corrections, respectively, Gary Zajac is the Managing Director of the Justice Center for Research, and Bret Bucklen is the PADOC Research Director.

The article is available here.