volume 28, issue 1, P59-66 1955
DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8341.1955.tb00880.x
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Abstract: The following study was made from the case records of eighty-three adolescent, delinquent girls at an approved school, where psychiatric treatment is given. These girls were selected on the grounds that they were neurotic and also that they were of at least average intelligence; the age range was from fourteen to nineteen years. The extent to which conclusions drawn from this population hold true of young delinquents generally would be a subject for further inquiry. Information was gained mainly from the psyc…

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