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G. g. marital disharmony) operate via proximal factors. • In order for a risk factor to be called causal or an active mechanism influencing the development and maintenance of the disorder, it should be shown to be manipulable, and, when manipulated, it should be shown to change the risk of the outcome. • In the discussion about the aetiology of psychiatric disorders, the distinction between processes involved in the initiation of the disorder and processes involved in the maintenance of the disorder has been neglected.
The overall heritable estimate of antisocial behaviour was 41%. The distribution of heritability estimates across studies was also examined by Moffitt (2005b), and the peak was around 50%. A heritability estimate of 40–50% is considered moderate. However, heritability estimates for young children are higher, maybe because the effect of environmental factors such as peer influence on antisocial behaviour is less in preschoolers than in adolescents and adults. , 1996). , 2003). These findings suggest that the environment naturally moderates (in good and bad ways) the effects of genes as children get older.
1989). Patterson et al. (1998) clarified these relations further. They demonstrated that high levels of antisocial behaviour in childhood significantly related to early arrest (before age 14) and that early arrest significantly related to chronic offending by age 18. More specifically, Patterson et al. (1998) found that the majority of chronic offenders (71%) evidenced antisocial behaviour in childhood, followed by early arrest, along their path to criminal offending. While many researchers have noted the stability in antisocial behaviour over time, others have acknowledged that a small group of individuals do not exhibit early patterns of antisocial behaviour but begin their criminal careers later in life.