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    Describe the different ways in which individual traits and environmental factors interact (or influence) one another to produce persistent antisocial behavior, according to Moffitt's theory.

    Textbook:
    Criminological Thought: Pioneers Past and Present
    Author: Robert J. Mutchnick, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    Randy Martin
    W. Timothy Austin
    ISBN-10:0131190466
    ISBN-13: 9780131190467
    Publisher: Prentice Hall Copyright: 2009

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    Describe the different ways in which individual traits and environmental factors interact (or influence) one another to produce persistent antisocial behavior, according to Moffitt's theory.

    First and foremost, Moffitt's theoretical framework is predicated upon two separate groups of individuals who engage in antisocial behavior, life-course offenders and adolescence limited offenders. In reference to individual traits that produce life-course persistent offenders, Moffitt alleges that those who become life-course offenders display antisocial traits from an early age and suffer from so-called neuropsychological impairment ...

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    Individual traits and environmental factors interact (or influence) one another to produce persistent antisocial behavior

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