A Critical Analysis of Thinking Patterns and Decision-Making Skills of Juvenile Criminals and Those with a Mental Disorder


Authors : Akanksha Jumde

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 12 - December

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This research aims at understanding the reason(s) behind mental illness, crimes, and juveniles' association with it. A thorough study is conducted to understand the human brain and criminal personality. This paper also presents the rehabilitation programs present for the above situations. The study finds a strong correlation between thinking patterns and decisionmaking. A change in thinking patterns can impact our decision-making skills. Therapies and programs are present for individuals with a changed thinking pattern. However, they are provided after they get or are involved in a crime or suffer from a mental disorder. A possible way of solving this problem is by introducing a comprehensive curriculum to the schools where cognitive skills are trained to identify, monitor, and correct the thinking patterns. Hence, the curriculum designed for school students can be advantageous as their brain is still developing, and thinking can be molded to be more conscious before becoming concrete.

Keywords : Mental-Disorders, Criminal-Personality, Juveniles, Thinking-Patterns, Decision-making.

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