Neurophysiological risk factors in Adolescent Sexual Offending

  Sexual offending is a major public health concern in our society, with 21% of those charged with sexual offenses being adolescents between 12 and 19 years. Characteristics of these youth include antisocial attitudes, and problems with self-regulation and intimacy, problems that interfere with learning, social maturation, and appreciating the rights of others. To date, […]

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