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Specialization and the propensity to violence: Support from self-reports but not official records

Publication ,  Journal Article
Lynam, DR; Piquero, A; Moffitt, TE
Published in: Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice
2004

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Published In

Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice

Publication Date

2004

Volume

20

Start / End Page

215 / 228

Related Subject Headings

  • Criminology
  • 1801 Law
  • 1602 Criminology
 

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Lynam, D. R., Piquero, A., & Moffitt, T. E. (2004). Specialization and the propensity to violence: Support from self-reports but not official records. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 20, 215–228.
Lynam, D. R., A. Piquero, and T. E. Moffitt. “Specialization and the propensity to violence: Support from self-reports but not official records.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 20 (2004): 215–28.
Lynam DR, Piquero A, Moffitt TE. Specialization and the propensity to violence: Support from self-reports but not official records. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. 2004;20:215–28.
Lynam, D. R., et al. “Specialization and the propensity to violence: Support from self-reports but not official records.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, vol. 20, 2004, pp. 215–28.
Lynam DR, Piquero A, Moffitt TE. Specialization and the propensity to violence: Support from self-reports but not official records. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. 2004;20:215–228.

Published In

Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice

Publication Date

2004

Volume

20

Start / End Page

215 / 228

Related Subject Headings

  • Criminology
  • 1801 Law
  • 1602 Criminology