It disclosed that Hui had been diagnosed with autism and severe depression (VTRP, 2007). Generally, a person has trouble mingling and speaking to others if he suffers from this disorder. Hui had received treatments due to this disorder throughout his teenage and childhood years and had been bullied repeatedly due to this condition. After sometime, Hui ultimately decided to discontinue with these treatments. Hui was later admitted at Virginia Tech College and while studying at Virginia Tech, he was accused of numerous deviant incidents and later on he descended on a plethora of atrocities at Virginia Tech and finally killed himself.
The case of Hui and the massacre may be termed as a case of delinquency gotten loose. There are numerous theories which seek to explain what leads people to delinquency and committing crimes. Generally, there are three categories of delinquency theories; psychological theories, choice theory, and biological theories (Champion, 2004). Psychological theories examine a person based on behavior, his beliefs and manner of thinking. The choice theory presumes that human actions may be a direct result of individual’s conscious choices to not engage or engage in a meticulous behavior. Finally, the biological theories attempt to take into account aspects that already subsist before a crime is committed. These three theories accounts for diverse aspects of human behavior and they offer explanations for antisocial behavior and deviant beliefs. Our environs play a crucial role in molding behavior according to the behavioral theory (Champion, 2004). Moreover, children learn to be violent through watching violent films, people fighting etc. The reality of behaviors associated to psychological impairment is recognized by psychological theories and is defined as psychopathology.
In Hui’s case it may be quite evident that his deeds were strongly associated to his relentless