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      Toward a comprehensive model of antisocial development: a dynamic systems approach.

      Psychological Review

      Adolescent, Adolescent Behavior, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Attitude, Child, Coercion, Family, Humans, Parent-Child Relations, Peer Group, Social Behavior

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          The purpose of this article is to develop a preliminary comprehensive model of antisocial development based on dynamic systems principles. The model is built on the foundations of behavioral research on coercion theory. First, the authors focus on the principles of multistability, feedback, and nonlinear causality to reconceptualize real-time parent-child and peer processes. Second, they model the mechanisms by which these real-time processes give rise to negative developmental outcomes, which in turn feed back to determine real-time interactions. Third, they examine mechanisms of change and stability in early- and late-onset antisocial trajectories. Finally, novel clinical designs and predictions are introduced. The authors highlight new predictions and present studies that have tested aspects of the model

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          10.1037/0033-295X.113.1.101

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