Juvenile Delinquents Grown Up

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Appendix A
DEFINITION OF TERMS AND SUBJECT INDEX TO TABLES IN APPENDIX B

THE factors appearing on the schedule are listed in alphabetical order and are defined or explained where necessary. Fuller explanations of the data appear in the text. Beneath each factor appear the numbers of the tables that are concerned with the particular factor. The tables themselves appear in Appendix B.

AGE
76 At change from serious to minor offender
7 At end of first five-year period
6 At end of JBF-BJC treatment period
8 At end of second five-year period
9 At end of third five-year period
77 At reformation
5 At time of JBF arrest

ATTITUDE TO INVESTIGATIONS
2
This refers to the attitude of the men personally interviewed, or of
their wives or relatives in cases in which the men were not seen.

BEHAVIOR IN ARMY OR NAVY
78
This is of course not a peno-correctional treatment, but it has been
included in our study of the response of our group to various forms
of treatment because we have noted in previous researches that cer-
tain men do well under the rigid discipline and outdoor life in the
Army or Navy who do not react so well to peno-correctional dis-
cipline. Behavior is determined entirely on the official reports of
Army or Navy authorities. Dishonorable discharge or desertion is
considered failure, honorable discharge, success.

BEHAVIOR IN CORRECTIONAL AND TRUANT SCHOOLS
78
Behavior during a period of correctional treatment in a training or
truant or disciplinary school was determined from conduct reports
kept by the institutional authorities.
A failure is one who is a constant disciplinary problem, steals, in-

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