Session 361: CR32 -> Mental Health and Personality Characteristics and Assessment Issues Among Incarcerated Delinquents
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Elizabeth D
Session Chair: Rudy Haapanen, California Youth Authority
Diagnostic and Treatment Implications of the California Youth Autholrity Ward Treatment Needs Assessment Validation Study
by: Selmer Wathney, California Youth Authority (Corresponding)
Rudy Haapanen, California Youth Authority
Wes Ingram, California Youth Authority
Stephanie R. Hawkins, Stanford University School of Medicine
Elizabeth Cauffman, University of Pittsburgh
Hans Steiner, Stanford University School of Medicine
Mental Health and Personality Problems Assessed by Structured Interviews in Incarcerated Juveniles
by: Stephanie R. Hawkins, Stanford University School of Medicine (Corresponding)
Rudy Haapanen, California Youth Authority
Wes Ingram, California Youth Authority
Allison Redlich, Stanford University School of Medicine
Elizabeth Cauffman, University of Pittsburgh
Hans Steiner, Stanford University School of Medicine
Selmer Wathney, California Youth Authority
Methodological Problems in Screening Juvenile Offenders
by: Rudy Haapanen, California Youth Authority (Corresponding)
Wes Ingram, California Youth Authority
Stephanie R. Hawkins, Stanford University School of Medicine
Elizabeth Cauffman, University of Pittsburgh
Hans Steiner, Stanford University School of Medicine
Selmer Wathney, California Youth Authority
The Relationship Between Narcissism and Antisocial Traits Among Institutionalized Convicted Male Offendrs in Hawaii
by: Keiko B. Shimazu, Chaminade University of Honolulu (Corresponding)
State of California Mentally Ill Offender Crime Reduction Program Evaluation
by: Douglas Wilson, BOTEC Analysis Corporation (Corresponding)
Bonita J. Soley, BOTEC Analysis Corporation

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