Antisocial behavior from a developmental psychopathology perspective.

  title={Antisocial behavior from a developmental psychopathology perspective.},
  author={Paul J Frick and Essi Viding},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  volume={21 4},
This paper reviews research on chronic patterns of antisocial behavior and places this research into a developmental psychopathology framework. Specifically, research suggests that there are at least three important pathways through which children and adolescents can develop severe antisocial behaviors. One group of youth shows antisocial behavior that begins in adolescence, and two groups show antisocial behavior that begins in childhood but differ on the presence or absence of callous… CONTINUE READING
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