Session 363: CR34 -> The Effectiveness of Cognitive Treatment Programs
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 17
Place: H-Belevedere
Session Chair: Melissa M. Moon, Northern Kentucky University
Treating Youthful Offenders With Moral Reconation Therapy: A Survival Analysis
by: Todd A. Armstrong, Arizona State University West (Corresponding)
How Long Do Treatment Programs Need to Be? Examining the Effects of Treatment Program Duration on Recidivism Reductions
by: Guy Bourgon, Rideau Correctional & Treatment Centre (Corresponding)
Barbara Armstrong, Rideau Correctional & Treatment Centre
The Georgia Cognitive Skills Program: Preliminary Outcoe Findings
by: Lisa Murphy, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Shelley Johnson, University of Cincinnati
Patricia Van Voorhis, University of Cincinnati
Jennifer Pealer, University of Cincinnati
Impact of a Cognitive Program on Institutional Misconduct of Inmates in a Midwestern Prison
by: Shannon M. Barton, Ferris State University (Corresponding)
Nancy L. Hogan, Ferris State University
Eric Lambert, Ferris State University

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