The development of antisocial behaviour from childhood to adolescence. A longitudinal twin study.

Abstract

Recent theory proposes that aggressive and nonaggressive antisocial behaviour (ASB) represent different pathways toward delinquency. It has also been suggested that Aggressive ASB is heritable, whereas nonaggressive ASB is more influenced by shared environment. The twin study of child and adolescent development is a Swedish population-based study of 1,480… (More)

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