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Foundation for a temperament-based theory of antisocial behavior and criminal justice system involvement

Matt DeLisi and Michael G. Vaughn

Journal of Criminal Justice, 2014, vol. 42, issue 1, 10-25

Abstract: Temperament has been shown to be associated with behavior for millennia but has not been explicitly used in a theory of crime.

Date: 2014
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