EXTRAVERSION, NEUROTICISM, PSYCHOTICISM AND ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN SCHOOLGIRLS
Four groups of Ss, ranging from 11 and 12 year-olds to 14 and 15 year-olds, were tested on the Junior P.O., a new measure of E, N and P in children, and on an anonymous self-report questionnaire of antisocial behavior (ASB). An objective measure of school naughtiness (Na) was also available. The results followed similar trends in each group and showed that ASB is positively related to E, N and P. and Na to E and P. It is concluded that Eysenck's theory of antisocial behavior is capable of predictions concerning the range of misbehavior engaged in by secondary school girls.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 January 1974
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