This week, JAMA published a study about the correlation between lower heart rate and propensity for criminality, violence, and injury. Pretty neat stuff. (As a side note, I always had an extremely law heart rate as an adolescent, so maybe there’s something to this …) Click on the image below for the full story.

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3 thoughts on “Could a Low Heart Rate Make You More Likely to Commit Crime?

  1. I have a low heart rate. I’m not an adrenalin junkie, but I do enjoy mastering dangerous situations. I’ve always wanted to sky dive. I could see that not being as fun if you’re already pretty anxious.

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