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Table 2 Correlations between different forms of child maltreatment and recidivism and between dynamic risk factors and recidivism separately for male and female juvenile offenders

From: Child maltreatment victimization by type in relation to criminal recidivism in juvenile offenders

  General Criminal Recidivism Violent Felony Recidivism
  Male juvenile offenders Female juvenile offenders Z Male juvenile offenders Female juvenile offenders Z
  (n = 10,111) (n = 3502)   (n = 10,111) (n = 3502)  
Victim of:       
 Sexual abuse −.00 .01 .71 −.01 −.00 .20
 Physical abuse .05*** .04* .46 .04** .00 1.84
 Neglect .07*** .04* 1.53 .03* .02 .41
Dynamic risk factors in the domains:       
 School .12*** .08*** 2.06* .04*** .04* .00
 Relationship .20*** .14*** 3.15** .12*** .04* 4.11***
 Family .15*** .07*** 4.03*** .08*** .04* 2.05*
 Alcohol/drugs abuse .12*** .04* 4.11*** .05*** .01 2.04*
 Skills .15*** .14*** .52 .08*** .07*** .51
 Attitude .20*** .15*** 2.63** .11*** .07*** 2.06*
 Aggression .17*** .16*** .52 .09*** .09*** .00
 MH problems .04*** .06** −1.02 .02* .04* −1.02
  1. Note: * p < .05, ** p < .01, *** p < .001; MH = Mental Health