Session 61: PP10 -> Understanding and Predicting the Developmental Course of Interpersonal Violence
Time: 9:30AM to 10:50 AM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Sandburg 2
Session Chair: Daniel S. Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University
Most Fall But Not All: Changes in Physical Aggression From Childhood Through Adolescence
by: Daniel S. Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University (Corresponding)
Richard E. Tremblay, University of Montreal
The Neuropsychology of Violence Revisited
by: Jean R. Seguin, Universite de Montreal (Corresponding)
Can Parents Influence Their Teenagers Trajectories of Violence?
by: Sylvana Cote, Universite de Montreal
Eric Lacourse, Universite de Montreal (Corresponding)
The Role of Family Processes in the Prediction of Health-Compromising and Violent Behaviors: An SEM Utilizing Longitudinal Data From High-Risk African-American Adolescents
by: Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University (Corresponding)
Lloyd E. Pickering, Auburn University
John M. Bolland, University of Alabama
Discussants:
J. David Hawkins, University of Washington

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