Early Manifestation of Antisocial Traits Predicting Recidivism Among First Timer Accused Indian Children: A Need for Layered Voice Analysis

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Nandita Chaube
Amir Liberman


The current study throws light on the assessment of recidivism, antisocial and psychopathic traits among first timer accused children. It discusses about the significance of vocal markers of children in conflict with law correlating with degree of recidivism, antisocial traits and make predictions based on that. It tries to establish a correlation between recidivism, antisocial traits, type of crime, and voice markers of such children and provide suggestions to reduce recidivism based on the findings. The major focus of the current study is to highlight the need and applications of LVA in Juvenile Recidivism Prevention.

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