Session 143: BI3 -> Prenatal and Neurological Factors in Criminal and Delinquent Behavior
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: H-Butron
Session Chair: Kimberly Tobin, Westfield State College
Biology and Environment: The Chicken and the Egg Phenomenon
by: Kimberly Tobin, Westfield State College (Corresponding)
Biological Brain-Proneness for Criminal Violence: Implications for Behavior Control and Offender Rehabilitation
by: Nathaniel J. Pallone, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
James J. Hennessy, Fordham University at Lincoln Center
Link Between Maternal Cigarette Smoking During Pregnancy and Life-Course Persistent Offending
by: Alex R. Piquero, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Chris Gibson, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Stephen G. Tibbetts, East Tennessee State University
Maternal Smoking During Pregnancy and Self-Reported Offending by Offspring
by: Lee Ellis, Minot State University (Corresponding)
Christopher Ficek, Minot State University
Aggression and Neighborhood Context: Using Behavioral Genetics to Understand How Neighborhood Disadvantage Moderates Environmental Influences on Adolescent Aggression
by: H. Harrington Cleveland, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (Corresponding)

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