Cross-Cultural Research • Vol/Iss. 37(3) • Sage Periodicals Press • Thousand Oaks, CA • Published In • Pages: 265-281 •
Paternal warmth and socialization for aggression are associated (negatively and positively, respectively) with interpersonal aggression (p. 275).
Interpersonal aggression is a composite measure of individual homicide and individual theft. In additional tests, neither paternal proximity nor maternal warmth was a predictor of interpersonal aggression.