Session 111: EC2 -> New Developments in Deterrence Research
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Cabinet
Session Chair: Daniel S. Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University
Beyond Stafford and Warr's Reconceptualization of Deterrence: Personal and Vicarious Experiences, Impulsivity, and Offending Behavior
by: Alex R. Piquero, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Greg Pogarsky, University at Albany
Measuring Deterrence With Actual Behavior
by: Daniel S. Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University
Greg Pogarsky, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Costs and Benefits of Crime: Examining the Traditional Scenario Design in Rational Choice Research
by: Jeffrey A. Bouffard, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
The Effects of Alcohol Intoxication and Anger on the Robustness of the Rational Choice Model
by: M. Lyn Exum, University of North Carolina - Charlotte (Corresponding)
The Satisfactions of Vice: Danger and Excitement and the Deision to Offend
by: Bill McCarthy, University of California - Davis (Corresponding)
John Hagan, Northwestern University

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