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This is a report based on research conducted in 1994. The study measures risk and protective factors associated with prison inmates, primarily during their adolescence.
Results show that that discussing personal problems during adolescence is a powerful protective factor when practiced, and a dangerous risk when it is not. This insight could potentially guide social policies and programs in new directions.
The findings support the idea that the combination of emotional inexpressiveness and pro-violence beliefs are associated with the development of violent behaviors.