Criminal Behaviors in Late Adolescence.

May 13th, 2015
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The challenge in behavior developmental psychology is to categorically illustrate the time when a person starts to process information like adults with mature brain.

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Criminal Behaviors in Late AdolescenceThe challenge in behavior developmental psychology is to categorically illustrate the time when a person starts to process information like adults with mature brain. The legislative body of 21 states in America has passed the law to allow the capital punishment to the teenagers who commit a murder or the equivalent crime by the age of 18. Psychologists argue that adolescence age of a person is less mature and the person in early twenties or late adolescence cannot construct his decisions maturely in accordance with the punishment associated with conse

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