To examine the prevalence and frequency of animal abuse during adolescence and compare this with involvement in other forms of both violent and nonviolent delinquent behaviours;
To investigate a broad range of characteristics amongst those who get involved in animal abuse, other violent behaviour, non-violent offending and nonoffenders;
To identify how offending trajectories of abuse against animals develop over time and compare this to trajectories of interpersonal violence;
And to isolate those characteristics that best explain different animal abuse offending trajectories.
Authors / Editors
Prof Susan McVie OBE FRSE
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