Criminal offending trajectories from adolescence through young adulthood and the risk of food insecurity: evidence from the Add Health study

Daniel C. Semenza, Alexander M. Testa, Dylan B. Jackson, Michael G. Vaughn, Nicholas C. Semenza

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