Session 160: LC5 -> Social and Developmental Factors in Criminal Involvement
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: H-San Francisco B
Session Chair: Norman A. White, University of Missouri - St. Louis
Behavioral Development and Crime
by: Andrea G. Donker, NISCALE (Corresponding)
Direct and Indirect Effects of Pubertal Development on Delinquency: A Life-Course Approach
by: Nick McRee, The University of Portland (Corresponding)
Delinquency, Health Behavior and Health
by: Marianne Junger, Netherlands Institute for the Study of (Corresponding)
Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University
Dick Hessing, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Birth Order and Adolescent Delinquenct: An Empirical Assessment
by: Lonnie Scaible, Washington State University (Corresponding)
Dusten Hollist, Washington State University
Parental Substance Abuse and the Timing of Adolescent Substance Use Disorder: An Event History Analysis
by: John P. Hoffmann, Brigham Young University (Corresponding)
Felicia Gray Cerbone, National Opinion Research Center

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