Effects of child maltreatment and inherited liability on antisocial development: an official records study.

@article{JonsonReid2010EffectsOC,
  title={Effects of child maltreatment and inherited liability on antisocial development: an official records study.},
  author={Melissa Jonson-Reid and Ned Presnall and Brett Drake and Louis Fox and Laura J. Bierut and Wendy C Reich and Phyllis Kane and R. D. Todd and John N Constantino},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={2010},
  volume={49 4},
  pages={321-32; quiz 431}
}
OBJECTIVE Evidence is steadily accumulating that a preventable environmental hazard, child maltreatment, exerts causal influences on the development of long-standing patterns of antisocial behavior in humans. The relationship between child maltreatment and antisocial outcome, however, has never previously been tested in a large-scale study in which official reports (rather than family member reports) of child abuse and neglect were incorporated, and genetic influences comprehensively controlled… CONTINUE READING