Significance of Family Risk Factors in Development of Childhood Animal Cruelty in Adolescent Boys with Conduct Problems

  title={Significance of Family Risk Factors in Development of Childhood Animal Cruelty in Adolescent Boys with Conduct Problems},
  author={Alexander Duncan and J. Thomas and C. Miller},
  journal={Journal of Family Violence},
  • Alexander Duncan, J. Thomas, C. Miller
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Family Violence
  • The literature suggests that physical child abuse, sexual child abuse, paternal alcoholism, paternal unavailability, and domestic violence may be significant in development of childhood animal cruelty. Two groups of early- to late adolescent boys (CTA and N-CTA) in residential treatment for conduct disorder were compared in the current study on histories of these family risk factors. The adolescents in Group 1 were comprised of boys who had conduct problems with documented histories of animal… CONTINUE READING
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