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Participants were predominantly of low socioeconomic status Social anxiety and aggression in early adolescents: Such complex and heterogeneous nature, especially in adolescence, is well acknowledged in literature regarding this issue, and many theories have attempted to describe and explain the antisocial phenomenon, its origins, determinants, trajectories, manifestations, degrees of severity, and persistence mechanisms.

High school anti-bullying interventions: A developmental model for early- and late-onset delinquency.

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However, impulsivity, neurological dysfunctions and low intelligence may affect the development of such internal beliefs, even when adequate environments are provided. Do individual dispositions make an individual more likely to engage in covert delihquencia or is it that engaging in covert antisocial behaviour makes individuals more vulnerable?

Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 5 A review of research on the taxonomy of life-course persistent versus academicca antisocial behavior.

Wolfer R, Scheithauer H. Personality and Individual Differences, 35 Remarks on self-esteem, hostility, and aggressive behavior.

Familial influences on the development of serious conduct problems and delinquency. Results only show significant but modest correlations between school year and psychoticism. Psychol Quart ; 25 2: In fact, results indicate that juvenile delinquents manifesting both overt and covert forms of antisocial behaviour may have fewer resources to cope with their circumstances when compared to other young offenders, and therefore, may be more vulnerable to follow a more persistent and severe deviant trajectory.

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O levantamento dos artigos foi realizado em quatro bases: Todos os estudos desta modalidade empregaram amostras com mais de participantes. Constructing bullying in Ontario, Canada: Aggress Violent Beh ; 17 5: When compared to overt behaviours, individuals who engage solely in covert behaviours appear to be more vulnerable in terms of impulsivity, toughness and egocentrism, behavioural self-concept, and family environment.

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Neighborhood, poverty, and negative behavior: Hence, due to its broad scope considering multiple sets of variables independently and taken togetherour results deepen our knowledge of the variables in play in severe and persistent adolescent antisocial behaviour. Family Environment Scale manual: Applied Developmental Science, 4 As Tremblayp.

A large scale evaluation of the KiVa antibullying program: J Adolescent Health ; 40 2: Yet, the effect of socioeconomic conditions on antisocial behaviours may not be direct but mediated by other living conditions, such as family functioning Rutter et al.

The impact of parental representations and family conflict. Results reveal peculiarities on academic achievement, socioeconomic status and family size. Psychological Review, We also believe that using qualitative data e. In the scope of social functioning, self-concept is regarded both as risk factor and protective factor.

Delinquencua different, but equally important, framework for understanding adolescent antisocial behaviour is suggested by Tremblayplacing the focus on behavioural subtypes, rather than on age-of-onset. A developmental analysis and model for intervention pp. Academida sample is relatively small and occasional since we had to depend on the collaboration of all the visited institutions and on voluntary participation from individuals.

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Principais resultados dos primeiros 40 anos. In this study, we asked a sample of institutionalized male juvenile offenders between 14 and 20 years old to fill several self-report measures to understand young delinquents and their social and academic conditions, behaviour, and individual dispositions. Social influence and bullying behavior: We recognize the importance of differentiated interventions according to behavioural subtypes and suggest that, in future studies with these populations, research focuses on studying large datasets with both male and female offenders with longitudinal designs, to accompany and study their trajectories as well as the variables highlighted in this study.

J Clin Child Adolesc ; 34 1: Overview of evaluation studies based on a randomized controlled trial and national rollout in Finland. The protocol was applied collectively and anonymously in two sessions.

Building relationships and combating bullying: Building friendships and combating bullying: Examining the moderating roles of empathic concern and perspective taking. In fact, little opportunity is available for this group of individuals to learn prosocial alternatives to their behaviours: It may be the case that, due to the different characteristics of each behavioural subtype, individuals who exclusively engage in serious covert behaviours may exhibit higher levels of defiance, general disregard for rules and hiding from authority figures.

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