Early starters: Which type of criminal onset matters most for delinquent careers?
Tricia K. Neppl,
Brenda J. Lohman,
Michael G. Vaughn and
Jeffrey J. Shook
Journal of Criminal Justice, 2013, vol. 41, issue 1, 12-17
Across multiple conceptual models in the social and behavioral sciences, the onset of antisocial behavior is inversely related to the developmental course and severity of the delinquent career. Despite this relation, there is little agreement about the best way to measure early onset.
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