Session 2: BI1 -> Infant Health, Personality, and Evolution: Adaptations That Influence Proneness to Crime
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Chablis
Session Chair: Richard P. Wiebe, Northeastern University
Hiding in the Adaptive Landscape: The Five-Factor Model and the Criminal Personality
by: Richard P. Wiebe, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
A Biological Evolutionary Theory of Retribution
by: Hillary Harper, Valdosta State University (Corresponding)
SSRI's and Crime
by: Georgia Smith, Jacksonville State University (Corresponding)
Donald Shaver, Jacksonville State University
Discussants:
Richard P. Wiebe, Northeastern University
Diana Fishbein, Research Triangle Institute

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