Children who kill

O'Mara, Peggy
July 1998
Mothering;Jul/Aug98, Issue 89, p6
Explains the roots of the psychopathic or sociopathic behavior of children. Correlation between acts of violence in youth and the experiences of infancy; Information on the murders of school children by other children in Oregon; How conscience develops; Origin of violence; Important thing that a mother can do to ensure her children's normal neurological and psychological development.


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