The role of psychopathic traits and developmental risk factors on offending trajectories from early adolescence to adulthood: A prospective study of incarcerated youth
Raymond R. Corrado,
Evan C. McCuish,
Stephen D. Hart and
Journal of Criminal Justice, 2015, vol. 43, issue 4, 357-368
Criminal career research has recently found that symptoms of psychopathy are more prevalent among offenders following chronic offending trajectories. In the current study, the ability of psychopathy to predict involvement in chronic offending trajectories above other criminogenic risk factors was examined.
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