Session 57: CS2 -> Empirical Tests of Self-Control
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Amsterdam
Session Chair: Dean Dabney, Georgia State University
Do the Glueck and Glueck Data Better Support the Self-Control Versus the Social-Control Perspective?
by: Kelly H. Hardwick, University of Calgary (Corresponding)
Augustine Brannigan, University of Calgary
Dimensions of Low Self-Control Differ in Prediction of Property and Violent Crime
by: Douglas Longshore, RAND (Corresponding)
Revisiting the "Definitive" Test of Self-Control Theory
by: Laura J. Dugan, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Dean Dabney, Georgia State University
Brenda Sims-Blackwell, Georgia State University
The Drug-Crime Link in a Self-Control Perspective: An Empirical Test Among Swiss Juveniles
by: Denis Riebeaud, University of Lausanne (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Dean Dabney, Georgia State University

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