The Contributions of Propensity, Delinquent Peers, Low Parental Supervision, and Empathy to the Emergence of Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence: Testing Developmental Path Models Combining Psychological- and Sociological-Criminological Approaches

Wallner S, Stemmler M, Reinecke J (2020)
International Journal of Developmental Science 14(3-4): 99-112.

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Wallner, Susanne; Stemmler, Mark; Reinecke, JostUniBi
Abstract / Bemerkung
Psychological- and sociological-criminological research refers to, for example, cumulative risk factor models (e.g., Lösel & Bender, 2003) and Situational Action Theory (SAT; e.g., Wikström, 2006). The German longitudinal study “Chances and Risks in the Life Course” (research project A2, Collaborative Research Center 882; e.g., Reinecke, Stemmler, & Wittenberg, 2016) focuses upon the development of antisocial behavior from a psychological and sociological point of view. Two-wave panel data of two cohorts (children and adolescents) were utilized to test the power of developmental path models investigating the development of antisocial behavior. Individual risk seems to have both direct and indirect influences on antisocial behavior, supporting the ideas of risk factor models; antisocial behavior might be the outcome of the interaction between propensity and criminogenic exposure, so there is evidence for SAT. Additionally, empathy seems to be related to both propensity and low parental supervision. Implications for the study of antisocial behavior in childhood and adolescence are discussed in line with developmental criminology.
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
International Journal of Developmental Science
Band
14
Ausgabe
3-4
Seite(n)
99-112
ISSN
2192001X
eISSN
21917485
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2954115

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Wallner S, Stemmler M, Reinecke J. The Contributions of Propensity, Delinquent Peers, Low Parental Supervision, and Empathy to the Emergence of Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence: Testing Developmental Path Models Combining Psychological- and Sociological-Criminological Approaches. International Journal of Developmental Science. 2020;14(3-4):99-112.
Wallner, S., Stemmler, M., & Reinecke, J. (2020). The Contributions of Propensity, Delinquent Peers, Low Parental Supervision, and Empathy to the Emergence of Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence: Testing Developmental Path Models Combining Psychological- and Sociological-Criminological Approaches. International Journal of Developmental Science, 14(3-4), 99-112. https://doi.org/10.3233/DEV-200285
Wallner, S., Stemmler, M., and Reinecke, J. (2020). The Contributions of Propensity, Delinquent Peers, Low Parental Supervision, and Empathy to the Emergence of Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence: Testing Developmental Path Models Combining Psychological- and Sociological-Criminological Approaches. International Journal of Developmental Science 14, 99-112.
Wallner, S., Stemmler, M., & Reinecke, J., 2020. The Contributions of Propensity, Delinquent Peers, Low Parental Supervision, and Empathy to the Emergence of Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence: Testing Developmental Path Models Combining Psychological- and Sociological-Criminological Approaches. International Journal of Developmental Science, 14(3-4), p 99-112.
S. Wallner, M. Stemmler, and J. Reinecke, “The Contributions of Propensity, Delinquent Peers, Low Parental Supervision, and Empathy to the Emergence of Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence: Testing Developmental Path Models Combining Psychological- and Sociological-Criminological Approaches”, International Journal of Developmental Science, vol. 14, 2020, pp. 99-112.
Wallner, S., Stemmler, M., Reinecke, J.: The Contributions of Propensity, Delinquent Peers, Low Parental Supervision, and Empathy to the Emergence of Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence: Testing Developmental Path Models Combining Psychological- and Sociological-Criminological Approaches. International Journal of Developmental Science. 14, 99-112 (2020).
Wallner, Susanne, Stemmler, Mark, and Reinecke, Jost. “The Contributions of Propensity, Delinquent Peers, Low Parental Supervision, and Empathy to the Emergence of Antisocial Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence: Testing Developmental Path Models Combining Psychological- and Sociological-Criminological Approaches”. International Journal of Developmental Science 14.3-4 (2020): 99-112.

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