Session 387: JU13 -> The Role of Family Process and Structure on Delinquency
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 10
Place: Amsterdam
Session Chair: Monica L. Whitlock, University of Southern California
The Contextual Importance of Socio-Structural Variables and Family Processes in Adolescent Deviance
by: Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University (Corresponding)
Jennifer Crosswhite, Auburn University
J. Melissa Partin, Auburn University
Gender Differences in Delinquent Trajectories: The Mediating Roles of Family Relationships and Peer Influence
by: Veronica M. Herrera, University of Arizona (Corresponding)
Laura McCloskey, Harvard School of Public Health
The Link Between Parental Attachment, Monitoring, Delinquent Peers and Delinquent Behavior: A Causal Examination
by: Dusten Hollist, Washington State University (Corresponding)
The Road to Delinquency: Familial Discord as a Precursor to Juvenile Female Offending
by: Leslie N. Schaefer, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Time After Divorce, Family Structure, and Delinquency
by: Tracey Kyckelhahn, University of Texas - Austin (Corresponding)

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