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Correction to: Criminal Behavior and School Discipline in Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth with Autism

Auteurs: Alexandra M. Slaughter, Sascha Hein, Judy H. Hong, Sarah S. Mire, Elena L. Grigorenko

Gepubliceerd in: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders | Uitgave 2/2023

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Unfortunately, the original version of the article contained formatting errors within Tables 1, 2, and 3. The correct tables are shown below.
Table 1
Number and overall percentage of JJY with autism, JJY without SEN, JJY with SEN, and JJY with LD (n = 572) who committed at least one offense prior to (2006–2010) and in the main study year (2010–2011 school year)
Offense
JJY with autism
JJY without SEN
JJY with SEN
JJY with LD
χ2
FDR-adj. p
V
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Main study year (2010–2011)
 Crimes against persons
VS
2.8
VS
2.8
12
8.4
VS
3.5
7.49
0.13
.11
 Status offenses
10
7.0
VS
3.5
12
8.4
13
9.1
4.09
0.31
.09
 Property violations
VS
0.7
14
9.8
7
4.9
15
10.5
14.88
0.02
.16
 Drug law violations
VS
0.7
6
4.2
VS
1.4
VS
2.8
4.83
0.28
.09
 Public order
10
7.0
15
10.5
23
16.1
13
9.1
6.81
0.16
.11
Prior (2006–2010)
 Crimes against persons
33
23.1
22
15.4
34
23.8
23
16.1
5.42
0.22
.10
 Status offenses
27
18.9
16
11.2
32
22.4
24
16.8
6.58
0.16
.11
 Property offenses
12
8.4
34
23.8
32
22.4
28
19.6
13.85
0.02
.16
 Drug law violations
2
1.4
10
7.0
10
7.0
6
4.2
6.61
0.16
.11
 Public order
42
29.4
48
33.6
47
32.9
41
28.7
1.21
0.77
.75
Prior incidents include 2006–2010 school years. VS = value suppressed for variables with five or less individuals. FDR-adj. p = p-value adjusted for false discovery rate (Benjamini and Hochberg 1995). Bolded Chi-square indicates statistical significance p < .05
SEN special educational needs
Table 2
Number and overall percentage of JJY with autism, JJY without SEN, JJY with SEN, and JJY with LD (n = 572) with at least one school discipline incident prior to (2006–2010) and in main study year (2010–2011)
Discipline
JJY with autism
JJY without SEN
JJY with SEN
JJY with LD
χ2
FDR-adj. p
V
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Main study year (2010–2011)
 Violent
VS
1.4
VS
0.7
VS
0.7
VS
0.0
2.79
0.46
.06
 Sexual
VS
0.0
VS
0.7
6
4.2
VS
2.1
9.92
0.06
.12
 Threatening
7
4.9
8
5.6
17
11.9
7
4.9
7.79
0.12
.12
 Theft
VS
0.7
VS
0.0
VS
1.4
VS
1.4
3.33
0.41
.06
 Confrontation
VS
2.8
12
8.4
14
9.8
10
7.0
6.02
0.18
.10
 Fighting
7
4.9
12
8.4
21
14.7
15
10.5
8.27
0.11
.12
 Property
VS
0.7
VS
1.4
VS
0.7
VS
3.5
4.35
0.30
.09
 Weapons
VS
0.7
VS
1.4
VS
2.1
6
4.2
4.60
0.29
.09
 Drug incidents
VS
1.4
VS
2.8
VS
2.1
11
7.7
10.36
0.06
.14
 Policy
17
11.9
33
23.1
46
32.2
48
33.6
22.79
0.00
.20
 OSS
13
9.1
25
17.5
44
30.8
39
27.3
24.77
0.00
.21
 ISS
22
15.4
35
24.5
43
30.1
48
33.6
14.07
0.02
.16
 EXP
VS
0.7
VS
2.1
VS
0.0
VS
0.7
4.39
0.30
.08
Prior (2006–2010)
 Violent
VS
2.1
VS
2.1
8
5.6
VS
0.0
11.61
0.04
.13
 Sexual
VS
2.8
7
4.9
7
4.9
6
4.2
1.04
0.79
.04
 Threatening
25
17.5
23
16.1
43
30.1
30
21.0
10.18
0.06
.13
 Theft
10
7.0
7
4.9
11
7.7
12
8.4
1.51
0.72
.05
 Confrontation
29
20.3
26
18.2
50
35.0
36
25.2
12.90
0.03
.15
 Fighting
38
26.6
29
20.3
47
32.9
42
29.4
6.14
0.18
.10
 Property
VS
2.1
10
7.0
6
4.2
8
5.6
4.16
0.31
.09
 Weapons
9
6.3
10
7.0
12
8.4
VS
3.5
3.08
0.43
.07
 Drug incidents
VS
2.1
12
8.4
12
8.4
7
4.9
7.13
0.14
.11
 Policy
55
38.5
72
50.3
84
58.7
71
49.7
11.89
0.03
.14
 OSS
67
46.9
61
42.7
83
58.0
77
53.8
8.17
0.11
.12
 ISS
49
34.3
73
51.0
76
53.1
63
44.1
12.54
0.03
.15
 EXP
VS
0.7
VS
3.5
VS
2.8
VS
2.8
3.26
0.41
.07
Prior incidents include 2006–2010 school years. FDR-adj. p = p value adjusted for false discovery rate (Benjamini and Hochberg 1995). Bolded Chi-square indicates statistical significance, FDR-adj. p < .05
OSS out-of-school suspension, ISS in-school suspension, EXP expulsion
Table 3
Logistic regression models predicting recidivism (n = 308)
Variable
Model 1
Model 2
Model 3
B
OR
B
OR
B
OR
No special education
0.12
1.13
0.12
1.13
0.36
1.45
Special education
0.72*
2.06
0.58
1.79
0.54
1.72
Learning disability
0.46
1.58
0.40
1.48
0.11
1.12
Out-of-school-suspension
   
0.04
1.04
− 0.34
0.71
In-school-suspension
   
− 0.26
0.77
0.20
1.22
Threatening
   
0.03
1.03
0.06
1.06
Confrontation
   
0.09
1.10
0.10
1.10
Fighting
   
0.72*
2.06
0.70*
2.01
Policy
   
0.44
1.55
0.33
1.39
OSS*no special education
       
0.73
2.06
ISS*no special education
       
− 1.14
0.32
OSS*special education
       
0.89
2.42
ISS*special education
       
− 0.94
0.39
OSS*learning disability
       
0.20
1.23
ISS*learning disability
       
0.22
1.24
Fit statistics
           
 Chi-square
5.81
18.52
23.74
 Nagelkerke R2
.025
.080
.101
The special education variables was coded 0 = JJY without SEN, JJY with SEN, JJY with LD and 1 = JJY with autism. JJY with autism was the reference group. Prior school discipline variables (2006–2010) were coded 0 = no school discipline incidents and 1 = one or more school discipline incidents in each respective category (i.e., OSS, ISS, threatening, confrontation, fighting, property, drugs, and policy violations)
OR odds ratio
*p < .05
Metagegevens
Titel
Correction to: Criminal Behavior and School Discipline in Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth with Autism
Auteurs
Alexandra M. Slaughter
Sascha Hein
Judy H. Hong
Sarah S. Mire
Elena L. Grigorenko
Publicatiedatum
04-04-2020
Uitgeverij
Springer US
Gepubliceerd in
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders / Uitgave 2/2023
Print ISSN: 0162-3257
Elektronisch ISSN: 1573-3432
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-020-04454-y

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