El tabaquismo materno durante el embarazo y su relación a futuro con la conducta criminal en la descendencia

  • Hugo Cesar Puente Lozano Colegio Mexicano de Criminologos, Criminalistas y Expertos en Ciencias Forenses
Palabras clave: tabaquismo materno, comportamiento criminal, factores criminógenos

Resumen

El tabaquismo materno constituye uno de los teratógenos implicados en el  bajo peso del menor al nacer, mayor riesgo de contraer asma y bronquitis, aumento de neoplasias benignas, así como en la afección en el desarrollo y función cerebral del feto. En este trabajo de revisión se tratarán estas cuestiones bien documentadas por la medicina, pero también se analizará como el tabaquismo materno compone un factor de riesgo que puede contribuir en el origen del comportamiento criminal; y que de igual manera, se ha encontrado una asociación con otras alteraciones en la conducta en la niñez y en la edad adulta como adicciones, impulsividad, bajo rendimiento escolar, hiperactividad, agresividad, enfermedades mentales, entre otras.

Biografía del autor/a

Hugo Cesar Puente Lozano, Colegio Mexicano de Criminologos, Criminalistas y Expertos en Ciencias Forenses

Licenciado en Criminología por el Instituto Universitario del Centro de México. Colaborador del Colegio Mexicano de Criminólogos, Criminalistas y Expertos en Ciencias Forenses. Ganador del 1er. lugar en el Primer Concurso Estatal de Ensayo Criminológico en la Ciudad de San Luis Potosí, México. Certificado como perfilador criminal por la International Association of Forensic Investigators (IAFI).

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2020-09-11
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Puente Lozano, H. (2020). El tabaquismo materno durante el embarazo y su relación a futuro con la conducta criminal en la descendencia. Derecho Y Cambio Social, (62), 438-452. Recuperado a partir de https://lnx.derechoycambiosocial.com/ojs-3.1.1-4/index.php/derechoycambiosocial/article/view/416
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