Session 29: AL2 -> Onset and the Development of the Substance Abuse/Crime Relationships
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Rio Grande
Session Chair: Lening Zhang, Saint Francis College
Substance Use and the Trajectory of Delinquency Among Young Males
by: Lening Zhang, Saint Francis College (Corresponding)
John W. Welte, Research Institute on Addictions
William F. Wieczorek, Buffalo State College
Identifying Thresholds of Substance Use and Their Relationship to Criminal Involvement
by: Mark Asbridge, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
Tomorrow's Tobacco Addicts: Examining Age and Sex Differences in Predictors of Increased Smoking Regularity Among Juvenile Smokers
by: Stacey D. Nofziger, Kansas State University (Corresponding)
Hye-Ryeon Lee, Arizona Cancer Center
Onset of Alcohol Use: Profiling Adolescents Characterized as "Early Drinkers"
by: Roni Mayzer, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Michigan State University
Maria M. Wong, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Robert A. Zucker, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Leon I. Puttler, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Differential Reinforcement, Drinking, and 'Readiness to Change': An Application of Social Learning Theory
by: Geoffrey L. McIntyre, Mississippi State University (Corresponding)

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