Session 5: BI1 -> Underpinnings of Aggression: Executive Function, Arousal, and Personality
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: H-Dolores
Session Chair: Diana Fishbein, Research Triangle Institute
Violent Prison Inmates: Executive Cognitive Deficits and Intervention Enhancements
by: Diana Fishbein, Research Triangle Institute (Corresponding)
Arousal, Affect, Coping and Defending and Delinquency
by: Hans Steiner, Stanford University School of Medicine (Corresponding)
Miriam Gschwendt, Stanford University School of Medicine
Stephanie R. Hawkins, Stanford University School of Medicine
Rudy Haapanen, California Youth Authority
Suggestibility and Personality: Compliance With False Confessions
by: Allison Redlich, Stanford University School of Medicine (Corresponding)
Predicting Violence Potential Among Commitments to State-Level Juvenile Correctional Institutions
by: Rudy Haapanen, California Youth Authority (Corresponding)
Wes Ingram, California Youth Authority
Elizabeth Cauffman, University of Pittsburgh
Hans Steiner, Stanford University School of Medicine
Selmer Wathney, California Youth Authority

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