Session 341: LC6 -> Developmental Trajectories of Crime and Related Behaviors I
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Friday, November 9
Place: Bonn
Session Chair: Daniel S. Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University
Life Course Turning Points: A Case Study of the Effect of School Failure on Interpersonal Violence
by: Daniel S. Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University (Corresponding)
Pierre Tremblay, Universite de Montreal
Interwoven Trajectories of Delinquent Peer Networks and Delinquent Behavior: Testing Interactional Theory
by: Terence P. Thornberry, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Shawn D. Bushway, University of Maryland at College Park
Models for Developmental Trajectories: An Application to the Development of Conduct Problems
by: Alan Taylor, Institute of Psychiatry (Corresponding)
Daniel S. Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University
Terrie E. Moffitt, Kings College London
Avshalom Caspi, Kings College London
Childhood Predictors of Binge Drinking Trajectories in Adolescence
by: Ick-Joong Chung, University of Washington (Corresponding)
Karl G. Hill, University of Washington
J. David Hawkins, University of Washington
Richard F. Catalano, University of Washington
Examining Long-Term Trajectories of Criminal Offending: The Glueck Delinquents From Age 7 to 70
by: John H. Laub, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Robert J. Sampson, University of Chicago
Elaine Eggleston, University of Maryland at College Park

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