Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, December 22nd, 2006
Although it's one of the central arguments in a decades-old and widely supported theory linking low self-control to crime, the stability thesis itself had gotten relatively little scrutiny from criminologists until FSU researchers took a long look. Longstanding theory contends that low self-control is more strongly correlated with crime...
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