Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"[In our research]....the correlations among the behavioural sub-scales [of self-reported delinquency] are uniformly positive and in all but one case significant. The impression provided by these correlations that delinquency is unidimensional rather than multidimensional was confirmed by a principal components analysis of the correlation matrix. Only one principal factor was extracted, accounting for 62% of the total variance. The Theft (.92), Aggression (.90) and Vandalism (.88) scales had the highest loading on this factor; Drugs (.47) and Minor Nuisance (.51) [had] the lowest."

N.EMLER et al., 1987, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 28.

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