Session 144: GU3 -> Using Guns for Defense and for Crime
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Zurich
Session Chair: Lynn A. Addington, University at Albany
Firearms Training: Learning Potential Reasons for Defensive Gun Use
by: Jeffrey D. Monroe, Temple University (Corresponding)
An Examination of the Impact of Victim, Offender, and Situational Attributes on Defensive Gun Use Outcomes
by: Stephen M. Schnebly, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Characteristics of Multiple Purchase Handguns as Predictors for Use in Crime
by: Mona A. Wright, University of California, Davis
Garen Wintemute, University of California, Davis (Corresponding)
Michael P. Romero, University of California, Davis
Linking the Gun With Homicides and Suicides: A Model Analysis of the Who, When, and Where of the Gun's First Purchase
by: Mallory O'Brien, Medical College of Wisconsin (Corresponding)
Stephen Hargarten, Medical College of Wisconsin

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