Pubertal development, low self-control, and violence among South Korean girls

The literature on the low self-control theory hints that low self-control may interact with other risk factors to generate antisocial behaviors. A separate line of the literature on pubertal timing indicates that pubertal development may interact with criminogenic factors to produce adolescents'...

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Published in:International journal of law, crime and justice
Main Author: Kweon, Haesoo (Author)
Contributors: Yun, Ilhong (Author)
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
Published: 2018
In:International journal of law, crime and justice
Year: 2018, Volume: 54, Pages: 42-52
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