Recurrent Childhood Animal Cruelty

@article{Hensley2009RecurrentCA,
  title={Recurrent Childhood Animal Cruelty},
  author={C. Hensley and Suzanne E. Tallichet and Erik L. Dutkiewicz},
  journal={Criminal Justice Review},
  year={2009},
  volume={34},
  pages={248 - 257}
}
Recent studies have begun to establish an association between childhood acts of animal cruelty and later violence against humans. Even so, research has failed to establish a strong correlation between the two, perhaps because previous studies have failed to examine the commission of violence against animals and humans in terms of their frequencies. In a replication of Tallichet and Hensley (2004) and based on survey data from 180 inmates at a medium- and maximum-security prison in a Southern… Expand
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