‘Kindergarten conduct problems are associated with monetized outcomes in adolescence and adulthood’
Open Access paper from the JCPP
Across several sites in the United States, we examined whether kindergarten conduct problems among mostly population-representative samples of children were associated with increased criminal and related (criminal + lost offender productivity + victim; described as criminal + victim hereafter) costs across adolescence and adulthood, as well as government and medical services costs in adulthood.
Authors: Natalie Goulter, Yoon S. Hur, Damon E. Jones, Jennifer Godwin, Robert J. McMahon, Kenneth A. Dodge, Jennifer E. Lansford, John E. Lochman, John E. Bates, Gregory S. Pettit, D. Max Crowley
First published: 31 May 2023
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