Session 342: PS4 -> Psychology and Crime Symposium - II
Time: 8:15AM to 9:45 AM on Friday, November 19
Place: Salon B
Session Chair: Murray Levine, SUNY at Buffalo
Lifestyles and Crimetypes: Considerations of Direct and Indirect Aggression
by: Joan McCord, Temple University (Corresponding)
A Test of the Divergent Validity of the Aggression Construct
by: Todd A. Armstrong, Arizona State University West (Corresponding)
The Relative Importance of General Versus Offense-Specific Beliefs
by: Travis W. Anderson, University of Washington (Corresponding)
The Clustering of Severe Behavioral, Health and Educational Deficits in Canadian Children: Preliminary Evidence From the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth
by: Terrance J. Wade, University of Calgary (Corresponding)
David Pevalin, University of Essex
Augustine Brannigan, University of Calgary

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