This document includes notes on the following: all required unit readings. Canadian centre for justice statistics: homicide in canada, 2011: homicide and suspected or developmental disorders", page 15 (text box 1 and chart 12) Reading 4. 1 - homicide and suspected or developmental disorders by perreault: cover a wide range of problems o. The older the accused, the greater possibility they were suspected of having a disorder. Reading 4. 2 - biological explanations of homicide by brookman. A: claim that the criminal is anatomically or structurally distinct from the non-criminal, cesare lombroso - founding father of biological criminology. Proposed criminals represented a form of degeneracy manifest in physical characteristics o o reflective of earlier forms of evolution: certain physical characteristics were identified by lombroso as indicative of both primitive man and a tendency toward criminality. Aquiline nose: he claimed a large portion of criminal behavior was inborn. o. Hereditary and genetics: twin and adoption studies o criminality. o non-identical (dz) twins.