2017
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2017.03.001
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Iris Xóchitl Galicia Moyeda, Alejandra Sánchez Velasco, Francisco Javier Robles Ojeda

Abstract: Youth is exposed to several risks that make them prone to antisocial and criminal behavior. Depression is present in a significant percentage of young adults, and since depression features a lack of emotional self-regulation, there is a possibility to establish some connections between depressive levels, criminal behavior and corruption. In this study, those connections were assessed in 73 psychology students, oscillating from 19 to 22 years old. When applied, the Antisocial-criminal AC Behavior Test, the Zun…

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