Antisocial behavior in the transition to adulthood: the independent and interactive roles of developmental history and emerging developmental tasks.

@article{Roisman2004AntisocialBI,
  title={Antisocial behavior in the transition to adulthood: the independent and interactive roles of developmental history and emerging developmental tasks.},
  author={Glenn I. Roisman and Benjamin Aguilar and Byron Egeland},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={2004},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={
          857-71
        }
}
Although the turning points theory posits that the successful engagement of the romantic and work domains in young adulthood represents an important opportunity for disrupting antisocial pathways, others have recently speculated that such turning points may be most applicable to the majority of antisocial youth who begin offending in adolescence (Adolescence-Onset [AO]), rather than those who begin early in childhood and persist (Early-Onset/Persistent [EOP]). This study was designed (a) to… CONTINUE READING

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