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A review of research on the taxonomy of life-course persistent versus adolescence-limited antisocial behavior.
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J Clin Child Adolesc ; 34 1: A developmental model for early- and late-onset delinquency. From this perspective, LCP antisocial individuals are somehow trapped by their circumstances, that is, at first by their characteristics and, later, by their contexts.
Results reveal peculiarities on academic achievement, socioeconomic status and family size. The studied variables were measured through self-report questionnaires, selected based on their psychometric characteristics, filling conditions collectively and anonymouslyand accessibility for individuals with basic reading skills.
Farrington argues that delinquency is an element of a bigger syndrome of antisocial behaviour that tends to be persistent and relatively stable.
Inter-cultural differences in response to a computer-based anti-bullying intervention. Conforme demonstrado na Tabela 3a idade dos participantes delinquenciaa variou entre 7 e 15 anos. Bullying in Brazilian school children: To test for differences according to behavioural subtypes, we performed One-Way ANOVA that revealed significant differences between groups in antisocial behaviour, psychoticism, behavioural adjustment and family environment, as Table 4 demonstrates. A mixed-method evaluation of a strength-based bullying prevention program.
TRAGTENBERG, Maurício. A Delinquência Acadêmica
Todos os estudos desta modalidade empregaram amostras com mais de participantes. J Exp Criminol ; 7: Examining the moderating roles of empathic concern and perspective taking. University of Vermont Department of Psychiatry. Educ Psych ; 36 1: In fact, it appears that there are important vulnerabilities concerning social, familial, and personal domains that cross the studied sample, regardless of their age, school year, and family size.
J Clin Child Adolesc ; 33 1: Likewise, the fact that all boys over 15 years of age were still in basic school levels when it is expected that, at 15, Portuguese students are attending the first year of secondary education indicates a prior unsuccessful academic trajectory with several retentions, since, in juvenile detention centres, students have mandatory classes according to their school level at the moment of institutionalization.
Anti-bullying interventions in schools: a systematic literature review
Remarks on self-esteem, hostility, and aggressive behavior. Origins of violent behavior over the life span. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 51 Educ Stud ; 41 Procedia Soc Behav Sci ; Estudo intercultural da personalidade: This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Brit J Educ Psychol ; 70 Pt 2: Transtheoretical-based bullying prevention effectiveness trials in middle schools and high schools.
Feeling good about oneself, being bad to others? The effectiveness of the Olweus bullying prevention program in public middle schools: Almost half of our sample Portuguese adaptation of the student form grades 7 to O levantamento dos artigos foi realizado em quatro bases: In the scope of social functioning, self-concept is regarded both as risk factor and protective factor.
Results point out to some differences between individuals who committed offenses of different natures.
Salmivalli C, Poskiparta E. Juvenile delinquents with different behavioural subtypes present differences in antisocial behaviour scores and individual dispositions. A different, but equally important, framework for understanding adolescent antisocial behaviour is suggested by Tremblayplacing the focus on behavioural felinquencia, rather than on age-of-onset.
Our paper contributes to existing knowledge that supports intervention approaches, stressing that, unlike age, school year or family size, different types of behaviour may require differentiated interventions. An examination of differential association and social control theory. J Adolescent Health ; 40 2: