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The origins of antisocial behavior

Christopher R. Thomas

The origins of antisocial behavior

a developmental perspective

by Christopher R. Thomas

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antisocial personality disorders

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Christopher R. Thomas, Kayla Pope
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC555 .O75 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25186382M
    ISBN 109780199753475
    LC Control Number2011048017

    Reading Antisocial is like watching a soap opera. And while this book is an incredibly addictive reada huge pro, theres a bunch of cons as well. First of all, this book has some terrible dialogue. Im aware that realistic dialogue can be difficult to write, but /5. It has been over 30 years since the publication of a book giving a detailed overview of the state of knowledge on the developmental origins of aggressive behavior (de Wit & Hartup, ). Philosophers have argued for centuries on the origins of antisocial behavior. Rousseau defended the thesis that humans are created good and become evil.

    "Biosocial research is a multi-disciplinary way of studying antisocial behavior," said Dr. Brian Boutwell. "It involves aspects of behavioral genetics, neuroscience, evolutionary biology and. Literature reviews on the origins of antisocial behavior consistently identify family characteristics including ineffective parenting (i.e., hostility, abuse, domestic violence), low socioeconomic.

    Chapter 1 Introduction to Criminal Behavior Chapter 3 Origins of Criminal Behavior Biological Factors Chapter 4 Origins of Criminal Behavior Learning and Situational Factors Chapter 5 Human Aggression and Violence Chapter 13 Sexual Assault of Children and Youth and Other Sexual Offenses Chapter 9 Homicide, Assault, and Family Violence. The origins of antisocial behavior: a developmental perspective. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Christopher R. Thomas, Kayla Pope Date Publisher Oxford University Press Pub place New York, Oxford ISBN


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The Origins of Antisocial Behavior is an important and unique resource that will be of use to developmental scientists, mental health professionals, and policymakers involved in the juvenile justice system.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Format: Hardcover. The Origins of Antisocial Behavior provides an overview of recent research on the development of antisocial behaviour and synthesizes this information to inform readers not only of the risks, but also how they interact to result in antisocial and aggressive behaviour.

In chapter 3 of The Origins of Antisocial Behavior, Giedd and colleagues describe this case as one that renewed discussion on brain pathology and violence. As revealed on autopsy, Whitman, it turned out, had a brain tumor affecting his amygdala, and many wondered whether it was the tumor that drove him to commit such an extreme act of : Debra A.

Pinals. The Origins of Antisocial Behavior A Developmental Perspective Edited by Christopher R. Thomas, MD and Kayla Pope, MD, JD. Experts from genetics, neuroimaging, and developmental behavioral studies present new insights on the development of antisocial behavior. The third section of the book examines specific antisocial behaviors, including intimate partner violence, childhood antisocial behavior, and drug use and abuse.

The last section of the book covers trends, current issues, and policy implications by examining the crime drop, the age-crime curve, and policies.

The Origins of Antisocial Behavior: A Developmental Perspective provides an overview of the recent research on the development of antisocial behavior and synthesizes this information to inform readers not only of the risks, but also how they interact, to result in antisocial and aggressive behavior.

Childhood origins of antisocial behavior. David P. Farrington. Corresponding Author. E-mail address: [email protected] Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, UK. David P. Farrington, Institute of Criminology, 7 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DT, for more papers by this by: Antisocial behaviors including bullying, violence, and aggression have been an area of intense interest among researchers, clinicians, policy makers, and the general public because of their grievous consequences on individuals and society.

Our understanding of the origins and development of these behaviors in individuals has recently progressed with the application of.

The Nurture Versus Biosocial Debate in Criminology: On the Origins of Criminal Behavior and Criminality takes a contemporary approach to address the sociological and the biological positions of human behavior by allowing preeminent scholars in criminology to speak to the effects of each on a range of topics.

The text aims to facilitate an open and honest debate between the more. This text is intended to provide educators with increased understanding of the nature, origins, and causes of antisocial behavior and to offer information on the best available practices, interventions, and model programs for preventing and remediating antisocial behavior disorders occurring in school.

The book is based upon principles of social by: Handbook of Antisocial Behavior Each year tens of thousands of families are torn apart, hundreds of thousands of lives are ruined, and millions of dollars' worth of property is destroyed as a result of antisocial behavior.

So endemic are violence and aggression to our society that it isn't hard to imagine future historians categorizing the late twentieth century not as the "Space Age" or the. Get this from a library. The origins of antisocial behavior: a developmental perspective.

[Christopher R Thomas; Kayla Pope;] -- This volume provides an overview of the recent research on the development of antisocial behaviour and synthesises this information to inform readers not only of the risks, but also how they.

Cause and effects. Families greatly impact the causation of anti-social behaviour. Some other familial causes are parent history of anti-social behaviours, parental alcohol and drug abuse, unstable home life, absence of good parenting, physical abuse, parental instability (mental health issues/PTSD) and economic distress within the family.

There is a small link between antisocial. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your passwordAuthor: Debra A. Pinals. Buy Origins of Antisocial Behavior: A Developmental Perspective by Christopher R Thomas, Kayla Pope (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Most studies conducted on the development of antisocial behavior focused on school children and attempted to understand how children learn to steal and aggress others.

Results from longitudinal studies that were initiated in early childhood show that children do not learn to bully, physically aggress, and rob from their environment. These longitudinal studies Author: Richard E. Tremblay. The main aim of this research was to investigate the childhood predictors (age years) of teenage antisocial behaviour (age 18 years) and adult social dysfunction (age 32 years).

A sample of London males was followed up from age 8 years to age 32 by: Russil Durrant, Tony Ward, in Evolutionary Criminology, Summary. An approach that integrates biological, psychological, social, and cultural factors can make significant strides toward addressing the explanatory targets outlined in Table The importance of social processes in understanding patterns of criminal and antisocial behavior across the lifespan is clear.

This comprehensive volume reviews and synthesizes a vast body of knowledge on maladaptive aggression and antisocial behavior in youth. Written from a clinical-developmental perspective, and integrating theory and research from diverse fields, the book examines the origins, development, outcomes, and treatment of this serious problem in contemporary : 1.

Twin studies on criminality show HIGHER CONCORDANCE RATES for criminal behavior in MZ twins over DZ twins. 2. Adoption studies on criminality show that adoptees RESEMBLE BIOLOGICAL parents in ANTISOCIAL behavior. 3. This means that there is a MODEST but CONSISTENT GENETIC component to antisocial behavior.Handbook of Antisocial Behavior Each year tens of thousands of families are torn apart, hundreds ofthousands of lives are ruined, and millions of dollars worth ofproperty is destroyed as a result of antisocial behavior.

Soendemic are violence and aggression to our society that it isnthard to imagine future historians categorizing the late twentiethcentury not as the Space Age or the.