Is adolescence-onset antisocial behavior developmentally normative?

@article{Roisman2010IsAA,
  title={Is adolescence-onset antisocial behavior developmentally normative?},
  author={Glenn I. Roisman and Kathryn C. Monahan and Susan B. Campbell and Laurence D. Steinberg and Elizabeth Cauffman},
  journal={Development and Psychopathology},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={295 - 311}
}
Abstract Largely because of the influence of Moffitt's useful distinction between adolescence-limited and life-course persistent antisocial behavior, it has become increasingly common to view problem behavior that makes its first appearance in adolescence as developmentally normative. This study prospectively examined the lives of individuals in the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development whose patterns of antisocial behavior varied with respect to age of onset and stability from… Expand
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