4 edition of Social and antisocial development found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 53-54).
|Statement||by Martin Herbert.|
|Series||Parent, adolescent, and child training skills -- 20, PACTS series--Parent, adolescent and child training skills 2 -- 20.|
|LC Classifications||RJ506.C65 H47 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|ISBN 10||1854333585, 1854333593|
|LC Control Number||2002071054|
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(I am a political conservative and for the most part agree with his assessment of social mores, but this type of evaluation does not belong in a book ostensibly about psychopathy, except Cited by: 2. Summary: This series provides social work and health professionals who work with adolescents and their families with contemporary information on adolescents' problems.
The Social and antisocial development book are for use in assessment and intervention with clients, in planning training or therapeutic programmes and teaching. Using coercion theory as an organizing framework, the book distills 30+ years of thinking and research at OSLC.
Antisocial behavior is seen as progressing from dysfunctional parent-toddler interactions to similar interactions with teachers, peers, and others in the child's : Antisocial Behavior: In Children - Healthline.
Table of Contents. Chapter 1 Introduction to Delinquency and Antisocial Behavior. Chapter 2 Extrafamilial and Family risk Factors. Chapter 3 Individual Risk Factors in the Development of Delinquency. Chapter 4 Protective Factors and Resilience. Chapter 5 Classical Theories of Juvenile Delinquency and Their Updates.
Chapter 6 Developmental Theories and Models of DelinquencyFormat: On-line Supplement. About this book This edited book summarizes the current state of knowledge on the development of criminal and antisocial behavior over the life course.
It focuses mainly on the developmental perspective, which has had a paradigmatic influence on current theoretical and empirical works in.
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This book addresses the similarities and differences between the conceptually related areas of prosocial and antisocial behavior. Providing recent yet unpublished research, the editors elucidate.
Download Citation | Book Review: On the Social Development of Antisocial Behaviour | Books reviewed in this article: Michael Rutter, Henri Giller and Ann Hagell, Antisocial Behaviourby Young. Summary: Provides an account of the development of social and antisocial development in childhood and adolescence.
It reviews the effective interventions available to professionals and parents and offers some common intervention methods for problem behaviour. In: Cross-national longitudinal research on human development and criminal behavior. Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp 3–61 Google Scholar Moffitt TE () Life-course-persistent versus adolescence-limited antisocial behavior.
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Antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) is a deeply ingrained and rigid dysfunctional thought process that focuses on social irresponsibility with exploitive, delinquent, and criminal behavior with no remorse.
Disregard for and the violation of others' rights are common manifestations of this personality disorder, which displays symptoms that include failure to conform to the law, inability to. Implications of a Self-Regulation Framework for the Study of Antisocial Behavior.
In this paper, we have outlined a theoretical framework for addressing questions about the processes and mechanisms that may be implicated in the development, maintenance, and amelioration of childhood behavior problems, problems that may become stable and evolve into more serious antisocial behaviors for some Cited by: Developmental psychologists have examined antisocial behaviour from many perspectives, including the academic experience, and peer relation and socio economic status.
Thus, this paper focuses on the role of family relations, especially parent-child attachment, as determining factor in the development of antisocial behaviour among by: Antisocial personality disorder describes an ingrained pattern of behavior in which individuals consistently disregard and violate the rights of others around them.
According to Curto, Paula, do Nascimento, Murray, and Bordin (), antisocial behavior is the disregard of social rules, intruding on the rights of others, which vary across culture. Social Development, v10 n1 p Highly recommends Rutter et al.'s work as an important review of the major research findings on adolescent problem behavior.
Describes the structure of the book, summarizing each : Robert J. Sampson.Aggression and Antisocial Behavior. Several major theories of the development of antisocial behavior treat adolescence as an important period. Patterson’s ( ) early versus late starter model of the development of aggressive and antisocial behavior distinguishes youths whose antisocial behavior begins during childhood (early starters) versus adolescence (late starters).
This edited book summarizes the current state of knowledge on the development of criminal and antisocial behavior over the life course. It focuses mainly on the developmental perspective, which has had a paradigmatic influence on current theoretical and empirical works in : Julien Morizot.