study . deterrence hypothesis in a longitudinal Sport and delinquency : an examination of the

@inproceedings{Begg2005studyD,
  title={study . deterrence hypothesis in a longitudinal Sport and delinquency : an examination of the},
  author={Dorothy J Begg and John Desmond Langley and Terrie Moffitt and Stephen William Marshall},
  year={2005}
}
Objective-To determine whether involvement in sporting activity in midadolescence would deter delinquent behaviour in late adolescence. Methods-Members of a longitudinal cohort study were interviewed at ages 15 and 18 years and, among other topics, were asked questions relating to involvement in physical activity and delinquent behaviour. Logistic regression models were used to exmine the relation between sports involvement and delinquency at age 15 years and delinquency at age 18. Results… CONTINUE READING