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ERIC Number: EJ171027
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Neuropsychological Differences Between Violent and Nonviolent Adolescents
Spellacy, Frank
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 33, 4, 966-9, Oct 77
To the extent that brain dysfunction is present in violence-prone groups, one may expect that assessment of simple perceptual and cognitive abilities may facilitate significantly the detection of subjects prone to violent behavior. This research examines the ability of neuropsychological tests to discriminate between violent and nonviolent delinquent adolescent boys. (Author/RK)
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