Session 219: CR19 -> The Canadian Model in the United States (Sponsored by the Division on Corrections and Sentencing)
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-California E
Session Chair: Edward J. Latessa, University of Cincinnati
The Canadian Model and the Psychology of Criminal Conduct and Corrections
by: Don A. Andrews, Carleton University (Corresponding)
Race, Gender, and the LSI-R: The Predictive Validity of the LSI-R on a Sample of U.S. Offenders
by: Christopher T. Lowenkamp, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Edward J. Latessa, University of Cincinnati
Assessing the Relationship Between Program Integrity and Recidivism Using the Correctional Program Assessment Inventory
by: Alexander M. Holsinger, University of Missouri - Kansas City (Corresponding)
Risk Management and Effective Intervention
by: David Dillingham, National Institute of Corrections (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Doris Layton MacKenzie, University of Maryland at College Park

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