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- 2013 ed.
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Piquero, Alex R. / Jennings, Wesley G.
- 20 Tables, black and white; 8 Illustrations, black and white; XII, 80 p. 8 illus.
- 240 x 160 x 5 mm
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Offending from Childhood to Late Middle Age
Recent Results from the Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development
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David P. Farrington, O.B.E., is Emeritus Professor of Psychological Criminology at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University. He is a Fellow of the British Academy, of the Academy of Medical Sciences, of the British Psychological Society, of the American Society of Criminology, of the Association for Psychological Science, and of the International Society for Research on Aggression. Alex R. Piquero is Ashbel Smith Professor of Criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas, Adjunct Professor Adjunct Professor Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice, and Governance, Griffith University Australia, Co-Editor, Journal of Quantitative Criminology. He has received several research, teaching, and service awards and is Fellow of both the American Society of Criminology and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Wesley G. Jennings is an Assistant Professor in the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences in the Department of Criminology and has a Courtesy Assistant Professor Appointment in the Department of Mental Health Law and Policy at the University of South Florida. He is also Editor of the American Journal of Criminal Justice and a recent recipient of the 2011 William S. Simon/Anderson Publishing Outstanding Paper Award from the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
Introduction.- The Cambridge Study: previous results.- The Social Interview at Age 48.- Official Criminal Careers.- Self-reported versus official offending.- Life Success at Age 48.- Persisters, desisters, and late onset offenders.- Psychopathy at age 48.- Death at age 48.- Costs and benefits of offending.- Conclusions and Policy Implications.