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|Behaviour problems in childhood and adolescence : a comparison of juvenile offenders, adolescents referred to a mental health service, and a community control group
|Dept. of Psychology
|The present study found no evidence to demonstrate that the behaviour problems and skill deficits of adolescent offenders are distinguishable from those of disturbed youth. However, differences between the reports of males and females in the clinical group were identified.
|Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Adelaide, Dept. of Psychology, 1997
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