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Life-course-persistent offenders _____. may show signs of neurological impairment have after-school jobs they dislike tend to be involved in school activities are unlikely to end up in prison

Annie Barnes

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Kathy Robinson on March 22, 2019

The life-course-persistent offenders "may show signs of neurological impairment".Terrie Edith Moffitt suggests that there is a beginning of two type introverted of criminals in the society. Adolescence-limited offenders, who displayed antisocial conduct right in the middle of puberty, and the other was the life-course-persistent offenders, to initiate the exercise of reservedly very early in adolescence and proceed with this behavior in adulthood.

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