1. What is your definition of behavior?
2. What explains an individual’s behavior?
Intention, history, mood/emotion
3. Is behavioral analysis effective in capturing a murderer?
Only when there is data on the actual subject.
4. What are the general aspects of a serial killer’s behavior?
A need to kill
5. How much do childhood events affect the psychology of serial killers?
About as much as it affects anyone.
6. What provokes an individual to kill?
Fear, self deception, greed
7. How do serial killers develop a killing pattern?
They do it again and again, constituting a pattern.
8. How does an individual’s mental state effect physical actions?
Depends on which actions
9. Are serial killers generally in the mental state to be aware of right and wrong?
Yes. They have to "know" normal to blend in, but generally don't consider themselves part of it.
10. Would you say that the mental process of serial killers is different than the average individual?
There is no such thing as an "average individual". Is an individual more average if he deviates in a harmless way?
11. What activates a killer’s mind to act violently?
12. What does a serial killer gain mentally from the act of killing?
Whatever he hoped to gain. What does anyone gain from masturbating?
13. How does the act of violence affect the killer’s mind?
It becomes a part of the mental landscape.
14. Does an individual’s body language give insight into their mind and if so, how?
Yes, in as many ways as there are minds.
15. Using behavioral analysis, what is the process of catching a serial killer?
Learning the pattern in the interest of predicting it.
This set of questions is either designed to cover one specific text or it is utter foolish nonsense. Some of these questions require several books worth of answer across many fields of study.