Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. below zero cinco graus abaixo zero; 2 (EDUC) diploma m, título académico; delinquência juvenil. delinquent n adj delinquente m,f. delirious adj delirante;. Delinquência e criminalidade recenseadas dos jovens em Portugal: PM Ferreira, L Garcia, J Vala. 7, Noisy Data Set Identification. LPF Garcia.
|Published (Last):||16 March 2015|
|PDF File Size:||17.46 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||11.11 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Origins of violent behavior over the life span. The Cambridge Study of Delinquent Development has not only identified low intelligence and poor school performance as some of the factors involved in the development of delinquency, but has also found that these dimensions may help to predict delinquency in adulthood Farrington, Finally, it would have been preferable to base our analysis on other measures besides self-report acaemica.
TRAGTENBERG, Maurício. A Delinquência Acadêmica
In fact, results indicate that juvenile delinquents manifesting both overt and covert forms of antisocial behaviour may have fewer resources to cope with their circumstances when compared to other young offenders, and therefore, may be more vulnerable to follow a more persistent and severe deviant trajectory.
To test for differences according to behavioural subtypes, we performed One-Way ANOVA that revealed significant differences between groups in antisocial behaviour, psychoticism, behavioural adjustment and family environment, as Table 4 demonstrates.
Developmental origins of disruptive behaviour problems: All individuals were still at basic school de,inquencia, with almost half of the sample attending classes corresponding to the Portuguese 2 nd cycle of basic school corresponding, on average, to ages Educ Stud ; 41 Psychological Review, Constructing bullying in Ontario, Canada: Hypothesis concerning personality, self-concept, social skills and family environment factors were generally confirmed with psychoticism.
The majority of boys whose behaviour justified an institutionalization came from disadvantaged social contexts, suggesting, in line with previous research Farrington, ; Moffitt,that low socioeconomic status may place individuals at higher risk for antisocial conducts.
BandeirantesMonte Alegre. As the Cambridge Study for Delinquent Development Farrington, suggests, the occurrence of frequent offenses depend on the interaction between the individual who has a certain degree of antisocial tendency and the social environment, as well as on a process of decision-making based on opportunities for deviancy: A natural science approach.
J Consult Clin Psych ; 79 6: The studied variables were measured through self-report questionnaires, selected based on their psychometric characteristics, filling conditions collectively and anonymouslyand accessibility for individuals with basic reading skills.
Examining the moderating roles of empathic concern and perspective taking. Each item could be answered according to its frequency and its considered importance.
Children and Youth Services Review, 34 A large scale evaluation of the KiVa antibullying program: These results highlight the particular delinquenciw of a tendency for impulsivity, aggressiveness, emotional instability or tension in antisocial behaviours. Educ Res ; 49 4: Knowledge base and an effective intervention project.
Aggression and antisocial behavior in youth. Services on Demand Journal. Familial influences on the development of serious conduct problems and delinquency.
Neighborhood, poverty, and negative behavior: A cross-national profile of bullying and victimization among adolescents in 40 countries. Rev Bras Epidemiol ; 17 Supl. Family Environment Scale manual: Como citar este artigo.
Luís Paulo Faina Garcia – Citas de Google Académico
The same variables were also found to predict antisocial scores, together with family environment, that was negatively correlated with antisocial behaviour. A simple guide and reference.
Aggression and Violent Behavior, 6 Such results lead to the conclusion that this particular population may be more homogeneous in terms of antisocial behaviour and individual dispositions than we could anticipate.
Bullying in Brazilian school children: It is possible that, as postulated by Moffittthese individuals have developmental and cognitive disadvantages that, combined with environmental disadvantages such as those found in this study, may explain, at least partially, such academic failure.
De modo similar, a pesquisa conduzida por Stevens et al. School bullying as a predictor of violence later in life: In addition, social skills and antisocial behaviour have an important impact on school achievement. The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 14 We recognize the importance of differentiated interventions according to behavioural subtypes and suggest that, in future studies with these populations, research focuses on studying large datasets with both male and female offenders with longitudinal designs, to accompany and study their trajectories as well as the variables highlighted in this study.
Aust J Guid Couns ; 22 1: Social skills rating system. Comparison between Portuguese and English children]. Fox C, Boulton M. Such differences suggest that individuals convicted due to both behavioural subtypes may be more vulnerable in terms of their individual conditions poorer family environment, self-concept and higher psychoticism and may have a higher antisocial tendency when compared to those convicted due to one subtype of antisocial behaviour.