Farrington, David P.: The Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential Theory

Georgia Zara

In: Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory

Farrington, David P.: The Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential Theory

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  • This entry describes the theoretical principles and the empirical origins of the integrated cognitive antisocial potential (ICAP) theory by David P. Farrington. ICAP offers a developmental explanation of crime.

    Farrington defines criminological psychology as “the study of criminal behavior by individuals” (2006b, ...

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