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Recurrent Childhood Animal Cruelty
Recent studies have begun to establish an association between childhood acts of animal cruelty and later violence against humans. Even so, research has failed to establish a strong correlationExpand
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The Predictive Value of Childhood Animal Cruelty Methods on Later Adult Violence
The present study seeks to replicate Tallichet, Hensley, and Singer’s research on childhood animal cruelty methods by using a sample of 180 male inmates surveyed at both medium- and maximum-securityExpand
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Exploring the Age of Onset and Recurrence of Childhood Animal Cruelty
Despite recent research, few studies have examined the specific social contexts in which animal cruelty may be learned. Using data collected from 180 inmates at a medium- and maximum-security prisonExpand
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Childhood Bestiality
Although bestiality is an infrequent form of animal cruelty, the possibility of identifying a potential link between these acts and later interpersonal violence is an area of research that deservesExpand
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Examining Demographic and Situational Factors on Animal Cruelty Motivations
Because of the limited number of studies that have examined the motives for childhood animal cruelty, researchers continue to suggest that further systematic study is needed. In a replication of theExpand
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