Individual, Family, Peer, and Academic Characteristics of Male Juvenile Sexual Offenders

@article{Ronis2007IndividualFP,
  title={Individual, Family, Peer, and Academic Characteristics of Male Juvenile Sexual Offenders},
  author={Scott T. Ronis and Charles M. Borduin},
  journal={Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={35},
  pages={153-163}
}
This study examined the individual functioning, interpersonal relations, and academic performance of 115 male juveniles who were divided into 5 demographically matched groups (sexual offenders with peer/adult victims, sexual offenders with child victims, violent nonsexual offenders, nonviolent nonsexual offenders, and nondelinquent youths). Parents and youths completed self-report instruments, behavior rating inventories, and a videorecorded interaction task, and teachers completed a rating… CONTINUE READING
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