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Are some people crime-prone? Replications of the personali-ty-crime relation across nation, gender, race, and method

Publication ,  Journal Article
Caspi, A; Moffitt, TE; Silva, PA; Stouthamer Loeber, M; Schmutte, P; Krueger, R
Published in: Criminology
1994

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Published In

Criminology

Publication Date

1994

Volume

32

Start / End Page

301 / 333

Related Subject Headings

  • Criminology
  • 2203 Philosophy
  • 2201 Applied Ethics
  • 1602 Criminology
 

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Caspi, A., Moffitt, T. E., Silva, P. A., Stouthamer Loeber, M., Schmutte, P., & Krueger, R. (1994). Are some people crime-prone? Replications of the personali-ty-crime relation across nation, gender, race, and method. Criminology, 32, 301–333.
Caspi, A., T. E. Moffitt, P. A. Silva, M. Stouthamer Loeber, P. Schmutte, and R. Krueger. “Are some people crime-prone? Replications of the personali-ty-crime relation across nation, gender, race, and method.” Criminology 32 (1994): 301–33.
Caspi A, Moffitt TE, Silva PA, Stouthamer Loeber M, Schmutte P, Krueger R. Are some people crime-prone? Replications of the personali-ty-crime relation across nation, gender, race, and method. Criminology. 1994;32:301–33.
Caspi A, Moffitt TE, Silva PA, Stouthamer Loeber M, Schmutte P, Krueger R. Are some people crime-prone? Replications of the personali-ty-crime relation across nation, gender, race, and method. Criminology. 1994;32:301–333.

Published In

Criminology

Publication Date

1994

Volume

32

Start / End Page

301 / 333

Related Subject Headings

  • Criminology
  • 2203 Philosophy
  • 2201 Applied Ethics
  • 1602 Criminology