Perceived and Objectively-Measured Neighborhood Violence and Adolescent Psychological Distress

Volume: 93, Issue: 5, Pages: 758 - 769
Published: Sep 7, 2016
Abstract
Prior research examining links between neighborhood violence and mental health has not been able to establish whether it is perceived levels of neighborhood violence, or actual levels of violent crime, that matter most for adolescents’ psychological well-being. In this study, we ascertained both perceived neighborhood safety and objectively-measured neighborhood-level violent crime (using a novel geospatial index of police-reported crime...
Paper Details
Title
Perceived and Objectively-Measured Neighborhood Violence and Adolescent Psychological Distress
Published Date
Sep 7, 2016
Volume
93
Issue
5
Pages
758 - 769
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