According to eysenck criminal personality theory : criminal behaviour is hugely influenced by genes. The base of this theory is on temperament. It also states criminal personality reducible to psychoticism, extroversion-introversion, and neuroticism.
It is a general theory of criminalty postulated by the psychologyst Hans Eysenck that predicts that criminals as a group will have significantly higher scores on the personality dimensions of psychoticism, extroversion-introversion, and neuroticism-stability.
Eysenck's theory supposes that inherited features of the nervous system influence criminal behavior.