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Considering the role of food insecurity in low self-control and early delinquency

Dylan B. Jackson, Jamie Newsome, Michael G. Vaughn and Kecia R. Johnson

Journal of Criminal Justice, 2018, vol. 56, issue C, 127-139

Abstract: The present study examines whether experiences of household food insecurity during childhood are predictive of low self-control and early involvement in delinquency.

Date: 2018
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