Secure Institutional treatment of juveniles who have committed serious offenses is known as __ intervention.
restrictive

Steinberg’s dual systems model of risk-taking is based on evidence from the field of…
neuroscience

A program designed to prevent delinquent behavior before any signs of the behavioral pattern emerge is called
universal prevention

Which of the following statements is not correct?
The number of prevention, intervention, and treatment programs that have been tried with delinquents and children at risk over the past three decades is overwhelming.
Serious forms of antisocial behavior in school-aged children and adolescents have been particularly resistant to change.
To date, virtually no prevention programs have been highly successful in eliminating antisocial behavior and reducing delinquent behavior.
One-on-one psychotherapy that treats the juvenile without involving the social environment is generally ineffective.
To date, virtually no prevention programs have been highly successful in eliminating antisocial behavior and reducing delinquent behavior.

To date, virtually no prevention programs have been highly successful in eliminating antisocial behavior and reducing delinquent behavior.
conduct disorder and antisocial behavior.

According to Loeber et al. (2003), child delinquents __ compared to adolescents who begin offending in the their teens.
are two to three times more likely to become serious violent and chronic offenders.

Which statement is most accurate about juvenile crime?
Juvenile crime has generally decreased since the mid 1990s.
The juvenile crime rate has been steadily increasing since 1990.
Compared to adults, juveniles are responsible for disproportionately higher number of violent crimes.
Juveniles are more likely to be perpetrators rather than victims of violent crime.
Juvenile crime has generally decreased since the mid 1990s.

Poor interpersonal skills, conduct disorders, and difficult temperaments are often found in the background of __ offenders.
LCP

How many states tried as adults in criminal courts under certain conditions and for certain offenses?
Fifty

The stage of development described in Moffitt’s 2002 follow-up study in which young people flounder, choosing not to occupy traditional adult roles such as marriage or parenthood is called
emerging adulthood.

Most of the crime of the young is committed by
AL offenders

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