Childhood origins of antisocial behavior
. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 12(3), 177-190.
Self-determination theory (SDT; Deci & Ryan, 2000) has been used as a framework for investigating the psychological mechanisms underlying athletes' prosocial and antisocial behavior
(Hodge & Lonsdale, 2011).
Research review: The importance of callous-unemotional traits for developmental models of aggressive and antisocial behavior
. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 49, 359-375.
The broad categories of school social behavior include social competence and antisocial behavior
. Social competence is viewed as an individual's ability to act effectively and properly in various social scenarios (Chen 2000).
High quality coach-athlete connections may protect against antisocial behavior
and support prosocial behavior (coaches who maintain good links with their athletes diminish antisocial behavior
The Results: The more time the study subjects spent watching TV, the greater the chances they had been convicted of a crime or diagnosed with antisocial behavior
or aggressive personality traits.
The importance of studying goals as they relate to antisocial behavior
has been highlighted in the work of certain authors (Carroll et al., 1997; Carroll, Hattie et al., 2001), who defend the idea that motivational aspects are central to explaining adolescent antisocial behavior
Explaining the Co-occurrence of Antisocial Behavior
There are few well-designed international comparisons of student antisocial behavior
; some show similarities in rates of antisocial behavior
and others show differences, particularly in relation to substance use.
Susman thinks that "eveningness" might make young adolescents vulnerable to antisocial behavior
as well, and she is studying how atypical patterns of cortisol secretion might add to the problem.
Evidence for a genetic basis of antisocial behavior
stems from several different lines of research.
Key words: antisocial behavior
; corporal punishment; fixed-effects model