Session 180: BI4 -> Mating vs. Parenting Effort and Criminality
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: H-Belevedere
Session Chair: Kelly H. Hardwick, University of Calgary
The Friends of Siblings: A Test of Social Homogamy vs. Peer Selection for Deviant Behaviors
by: David C. Rowe, University of Arizona (Corresponding)
Michael Gilson, University of Arizona
Cathy B. Hunt, University of Arizona
Self-Control Theory and Mating Effort
by: Monica Bartlett, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Randall Grometstein, Northeastern University
The Marginalization of Mating Effort Strategy in Our Modern Society
by: Randall Grometstein, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Monica Bartlett, Northeastern University
Coevolution as an Organizing Principle for a Multi-Disciplinary Criminology
by: Kelly H. Hardwick, University of Calgary (Corresponding)

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