Session 57: LC3 -> Parental and Peer Influences on Criminal Involvement
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: H-San Francisco B
Session Chair: Barbara J. McMorris, Iowa State University
Parents, Peers, and Precociousness: Disentangling Factors Associated With Early Alcohol Use Among Native American Girls and Boys
by: Barbara J. McMorris, Iowa State University (Corresponding)
Les B. Whitbeck, Iowa State University
Dan R. Hoyt, Iowa State University
Parents, Peers, and Developmental Trajectories Toward Crime
by: Kim Verhegge, East Tennessee State University (Corresponding)
John Paul Wright, University of Cincinnati
Intergenerational Continuities in Parenting and Anti-Social Behavior in the Cambridge Study of Delinquent Development
by: Carolyn A. Smith, University at Albany (Corresponding)
David P. Farrington, University of Cambridge
The Relationship Between Maternal Smoking and Other Forms of Deviant Behavior
by: Trina Hope, University of Oklahoma (Corresponding)

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