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2. what were persisters in farringtons study

  • didnt do crime
  • convicted before and after 21st birthday
  • started crime at 13
  • convicted for crime form the age of 13

3. which list shows the correct risk factors farrrington found

  • convicted parent, high daring, delinquent sibling, young mother, low popularity
  • dont know
  • high daring, poor decision making
  • low resting HR

4. How many participants were there in Farrington's study?

  • 411
  • 412
  • 410
  • 409

5. How many times were criminals who started at 10-13 reconvicted

  • 91%
  • 67%
  • 89%
  • 97%

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