IN THE EYE OF THE IMPULSIVE BEHOLDER The Interaction Between Impulsivity and Perceived Informal Social Control on Offending

@inproceedings{Jones2009INTE,
  title={IN THE EYE OF THE IMPULSIVE BEHOLDER The Interaction Between Impulsivity and Perceived Informal Social Control on Offending},
  author={Shayne Jones and Donald R. Lynam},
  year={2009}
}
Substantial evidence indicates that impulsivity is a robust correlate of offending. However, its effects appear to be partially contingent upon other criminological factors, such as neighborhood context. The research examining the moderating influence of neighborhoods on the impulsivity–offending relationship has yielded inconsistent findings. The current analysis further investigates the possible interaction by exploring different types of impulsivity-related traits, perceptions of… CONTINUE READING

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