A Rape Researcher Explains Why Some Men Can Assault Someone And Never Do It Again | HuffPost

Calico Jack – Some grow up, some don’t

The Psy of Life

Here’s something interesting about sexual assault that I did not know: there is a class of people who commit antisocial behavior an adolescent or young adult, but then by their mid-twenties, quit being antisocial and join the rest of civilized society. Sexual assault and perjury both qualify as antisocial behavior, just in case you were wondering. That type of antisocial behavior committer is called adolescence limited. Well, there you go. Old Boof K is off the hook, right? He’s just an adolescence limited sexual predator. Or is he?

The other class of antisocial behavior committer is called, life course persistent. These are people who continue committing antisocial acts throughout their lives. While they may or may not turn into lifelong criminals, and they may or may not continue to be a sexual predator, let’s say, they continue being an antisocial behavior committer.

“Do they go on to be loving parents…

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