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Gun control skirts around the real issue of how to deal with dysfunctional people

Letter to the Editor

 

March 15, 2018



To make progress in preventing guns from killing people we need to develop a plan to determine how people become dysfunctional.

We spend millions on forensic science to determine when and who kills someone. We spend next to nothing on applied behavioral science.

Over 60 years ago, a research team (Gluecks study) focused on children with behavioral problems from early grades through high school. As these individuals advanced through school they noted that their problems became more pronounced: bullying, noncompliance, withdrawing, low achievement, absences, dropping out or becoming delinquen...



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