Stanton Samenow: Psychologist Whose Findings Challenged Prevailing Views of Criminal Behavior

From a Washington Post obit by Emily Langer headlined “Stanton Samenow, psychologist who studied ‘criminal personality,’ dies at 81”:

Stanton E. Samenow, a forensic psychologist who drew national attention by challenging prevailing views of criminal behavior, arguing that its causes lie not in environmental factors such as poverty but rather in an identifiable “criminal personality” that could be addressed only through rigorous counseling and the acceptance of personal responsibility, died in Fairfax County, Va.