Let’s talk about life course theories, and in particular, the differences between “adolescence limited” antisocial behavior and “life-course-persistent” antisocial behavior. Some antisocial behavior is limited only to the adolescent years, after which the behavior “desists” and the individual grows up, so to speak. Some antisocial behavior persists into adulthood. Why do you think this is so? What variables (family, school, peers, work, etc.) might be different between these two types of antisocial behavior, or in other words, what causes some antisocial behavior to persist in some individuals but not in others?