Session 588: PS5 -> Society, Psychology, and Crime
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Saturday, November 18
Place: W-California E
Session Chair: John D. Lieberman, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
The Effects of Mortality Salience on Perceptions of Hate Crimes
by: John D. Lieberman, University of Nevada - Las Vegas (Corresponding)
Jamie Arndt, University of Missouri - Columbia
Jennifer Personious, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Childhood Exposure to TV Violence, Early Socialization and Military Experience: Their Effects on the Level of Aggression in Young Israeli Adults
by: Simha F. Landau, Hebrew University (Corresponding)
Riva Bachrach, Beit Berl College
Half of the Violence in a Birth Cohort is Accounted for by 3 DSJM-III-R Disorders, and Each Disorder Explains Violence for a Different Reason
by: Louise Arseneault, Kings College London (Corresponding)
Terrie Moffitt, Kings College London
Avshalom Caspi, Kings College London
Discerning Primary and Secondary Features of Violent Disorders
by: Laurence Armand French, Western New Mexico University (Corresponding)

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