Antisocial behaviour in youth

influences and recommendations
  • 492 Pages
  • 0.96 MB
  • English
Juvenile delinquency., School violence., Aggressiveness in y
Statementby Carole Hood.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 492 leaves :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19119690M
ISBN 100612536440

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Written by a child psychiatrist, a criminologist and a social psychologist, Antisocial Behavior by Young People is a major international review of research evidence on antisocial behavior. This book is the result of a two year, comprehensive review of the available evidence relating to delinquency by young people.

Written by a child psychiatrist, a criminologist and a social psychologist, the book tackles the problems of antisocial behaviour from a variety of angles and addresses all of the important questions: What causes young people to misbehave?5/5(1).

Using coercion theory as an organizing framework, the book distills 30+ years of thinking and research at OSLC. Antisocial behavior is seen as progressing from dysfunctional parent-toddler interactions to similar interactions with teachers, peers, and others in the child's : Multisystemic Therapy for Antisocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents, Second Edition Second Edition by Scott W.

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This book draws on the results of the major Pittsburgh Youth Study complemented by follow-up tracking of juvenile court records for more than six years, to address the following questions: *What is the prevalence and age of onset of delinquency, substance use, and early sexual behavior for three samples of boys age 8, 11, and 14?Book Edition: 1st Edition.

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Antisocial Behavior and Mental Health Problems book. Explanatory Factors in Childhood and Adolescence. This book draws on the results of the major Pittsburgh Youth Study complemented by follow-up tracking of juvenile court records for more than six years, to address the following questions.

This chapter reviews the literatures on the normative development of antisocial behavior and how individual differences in antisocial behavior develop across the life span.

The literature can be integrated with a model that includes biological (genetic, neural, and temperament) and socialization (parenting, peer, academic, and neighborhood.

The focus of this chapter is on antisocial behavior in the context of schooling. The nature and characteristics of antisocial behavior, a schoolwide systems response, and behavior support planning for individual students are discussed. This comprehensive volume reviews and synthesizes a vast body of knowledge on maladaptive aggression and antisocial behavior in youth.

This book describes best practices for coping with antisocial behavior patterns among children and youth in school.

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Designed to enhance educators understanding of the nature, origins and causes of antisocial behavior, this book offers interventions and model programs that can be used in preventing or remediating this growing problem in the schools. Buy Antisocial Behavior in School 2nd edition () by Hill M.

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Price New from Used from Spiral-bound "Please retry" $ 4/5(1). Antisocial personality behavior in children Severe forms of antisocial behavior can lead to conduct disorder, or an oppositional defiant disorder diagnosis. Antisocial children may also drop out Author: Annamarya Scaccia.

"Donald Black's Bad Boys, Bad Men tackles an issue that leaps off the front pages of our newspapers and enters our living rooms from the nightly news broadcasts--that of criminal behavior, delinquency and antisocial personality disorder By describing noted antisocial murderers such as Jeffrey Dahmer and John Wayne Gacy, as well as hidden antisocials who obtain power and fame, this book brings to life Reviews:   The purpose of this paper is to further the understanding of experiences of anti-social behaviour in LGBTIQ+ youth in university settings.

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Abstract Antisocial behavior is a description for all behaviors, attitudes, and personality traits that people engage in that appear to be dysfunctional, in that they often have negative. Ten copies of this Workshop Supplement are included with the purchase of the Teaching Prosocial Behavior to Antisocial Youth video program.

The page spiralbound manual consists of the essential summaries, outlines, and other material featured as overheads in the video program. Antisocial behaviour is becoming a universally accepted problem and one that dominates the political and popular imagination. By providing a new.

Anti-Social Behaviour is fascinating reading for all Criminology, Sociology and Social Policy students. Anti-social behaviour is a generic term that captures a range of behaviours along a continuum; 2. Antisocial behaviours can cause harm and distress to individuals and communities; 3.

Community perceptions have a role in perpetuating assumptions about young people, what antisocial behaviour is and what responses are required. As reflected in the title, the purpose of this book is to guide clinicians in understanding and treating youth with severe antisocial behavior.

Children and adolescents with conduct disorders operate at quite a high cost to society. In many opinion polls, juvenile crime and violence is rated as one. Adolescent-limited antisocial behaviour is defined by antisocial behaviour that starts occurring during adolescence and discontinues at the beginning of adulthood.

These individuals have no history of antisocial behaviour in their childhood and are unlikely to continue this behaviour in the future. This comprehensive guide provides extensive clinical description of the Multisystemic Treatment (MST) approach for treating youths with serious antisocial behavior.

A proven alternative to expensive and often ineffective out-of-home placement, MST is a family- and community-based treatment/5(1).

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Anti-Social Behaviour book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Runner up in the British Society of Criminology Book Prize Wh 4/5(1). The Psychology of Criminal and Antisocial Behavior: Victim and Offenders Perspectives is not just another formulaic book on forensic psychology.

In seven chapters, Antisocial Behaviour neatly and succinctly takes readers through ways to understand and interpret the label of ‘antisocial’ behaviour in a wider context, showing how it is socially, historically and culturally produced as well as understood in professional health and policing or correctional contexts.

In her innovative SWIFT intervention, Curtis also grapples with new.Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence L. Pulkkinen, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Antisocial behavior is a broad construct that encompasses not only delinquency and crime, but also disruptive behavior of children, such as aggression, below the age of criminal responsibility.

The focus of this article is Swansea’s tiered approach to tackling youth anti-social behaviour. It discusses the findings of a series of interviews with individuals working in the city around the following four themes: de-escalation and diversion; consistency and avoiding net-widening; inclusionary welfarism and multi-agency partnership; and voluntarism, engagement and compliance.