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In this YouTube video, Dr. Niels Birbaumer discusses the neurobiology of evil and its implications for understanding criminal behavior. He explores various factors that contribute to violent actions, including determinism, traumatic experiences, social privilege, and genetic predisposition. Birbaumer emphasizes the importance of studying the interplay between biographical factors, such as hormones, genetics, environment, and social support, in order to gain a comprehensive understanding of criminal behavior. He also discusses the potential for rehabilitation and intervention strategies to address and prevent criminal actions in individuals. Overall, Birbaumer highlights the role of brain science in deepening our understanding of the root causes of violent behavior.