Session 355: CS5 -> Testing Self-Control Across Time and Samples
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 9
Place: Amsterdam
Session Chair: Peter B. Wood, Mississippi State University
Trajectories of Self-Control and Deviance From Adolescence to Midlife, Representative and Adjudicated Men
by: Marc LeBlanc, University of Montreal (Corresponding)
Julien Morizot, Universite de Montreal
Self-Control, Risky Sexual Behavior and Partner Battering
by: Bu Huang, University of Washington (Corresponding)
Sharon Baker, University of Washington
Blair Beadnell, University of Washington
Mary Gilmore, University of Washington
Diane Morrison, University of Washington
Self-Control, Cultural Discontinuity, and Delinquency Among Native Americans
by: Peter B. Wood, Mississippi State University (Corresponding)
R. Gregory Dunaway, Mississippi State University
Gregory D. Morris, Buena Vista University
An Examination of Self-Control Theory: A General Theory of Crime?
by: Traronda L. Latimore, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Race, Single-Mother Households, and Deliquency: A Further Test of Power-Control Theory
by: Michael J. Leiber, University of Northern Iowa (Corresponding)
Kristin Mack, University of Northern Iowa
Mark A. Harris, University of Northern Iowa
Alex Knight, University of Northern Iowa

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