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The ego and the integration of violence in homicidal youth

The ego and the integration of violence in homicidal youth

American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 45(1): 134-145

Youths committing homicides or other acts of violence appear to be increasing in number at an alarming rate, causing mounting concern to society and pressure upon those charged with their rehabilitation. Nine such youths were studied to define similar parameters in each around which a viable theory of causality could be delineated, and an approach to treatment designed.

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Accession: 027626462

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PMID: 1111295

DOI: 10.1111/j.1939-0025.1975.tb01174.x

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