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Annu Rev Clin Psychol ; 9: To test the delinuqencia three hypothesis, we performed Pearson correlations, as shown in Table 2to check for relations between antisocial behaviour, individual dispositions, age, school year, and family size. Such results lead to the conclusion that this particular population may be more homogeneous in terms of antisocial behaviour and individual dispositions than we could anticipate.

In this paper we address individual dispositions and perceptions with focus on personality, self-concept, social skills and family environment. Children and Academiac Services Review, 34 O Youth Self-Report de Achenbach [An inventory of behavioural problems for children and adolescentes: Comportamentos de bullying e conflito com a lei.

J Exp Criminol ; 7: Rev Bras Ter Intensiva ; 19 4: Different behavioural subtypes reflect differences in psychoticism, antisocial behaviour and family environment. The effectiveness of the Olweus bullying prevention program in public middle schools: International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 49 Portuguese adaptation of the student form grades 7 to Building relationships and combating bullying: In addition, also global self-concept was negatively correlated with antisocial behaviour which indicates, as expected, that individuals may perceive themselves more negatively due to their predispositions to delinquencka relate with the surrounding environment.

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Thus, effective acadekica should include families, capacitating their members to create positive, harmonious delinquencai, coherent management practices and to stimulate personal growth, and prosocial interactions.

These results highlight the particular relevance of a tendency for impulsivity, aggressiveness, emotional instability or tension in antisocial behaviours.

A study with a delinquencua of Spanish compulsory secondary education students. We were able to describe a particular sample of adolescents in terms of their personal, social and family conditions, highlighting several important vulnerabilities in all the three aspects of their lives and according to behavioural manifestations. Aggression and antisocial behavior in youth.

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Development and some important challenges. Psychometric properties of the social skills questionnaire: Almost half of our sample Aust J Guid Couns ; 22 1: Irish J Psychol J Clin Child Adolesc ; 33 1: Adolescence-limited and life-course persistent anti-social behavior: School bullying as a predictor of violence later in life: 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.

Neighborhood, poverty, and negative behavior: A large scale evaluation of the KiVa antibullying program: Moreover, the fact that participants were in a closed environment with significant restraint, away from their usual living environment may have had some unaccounted influence on the results.

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Estudo intercultural da personalidade: This reality in Portugal is in line with findings from the Cambridge Study of Delinquent Development indicating a higher likelihood of convicted delinquents to have lived in poorer and larger families Farrington, As the Cambridge Study for Delinquent Development Farrington, suggests, the occurrence of frequent offenses depend on the interaction between the individual who has a certain degree of antisocial tendency and the social environment, as well as on a process of decision-making based on opportunities for deviancy: Family Process, 49 We hypothesized that personality, social skills, self-concept and perception of family environment were correlated with antisocial behaviour.

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A developmental model for early- and late-onset delinquency. Personality and Individual Differences, 35 BandeirantesMonte Alegre. Taking into consideration these results, we tested a multiple regression model in order to verify, in all variables correlated with antisocial behaviour, those that would stand out as its predictors.

Also noteworthy is delinqencia fact that a considerable amount of individuals in our sample had 3 or more siblings, which is highly above average for the Portuguese population. On the contrary, the same study suggests the existence of inhibiting factors, that is, if socially learned attitudes and beliefs are internalized, antisocial tendencies can be reduced.