Session 524: PP129 -> Peers, Thrills, Physique and Crime
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Friday, November 15
Place: Sandburg 6
Session Chair: Leona Lee, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Homicide Victimization Among Serious Youthful Offenders: The Victim-Offender Overlap in Three Samples of California Youth Authority Wards
by: Michael E. Ezell, Duke Universty (Corresponding)
Devils in Disguise: The Contribution of Positive Labeling to 'Sneaky Thrills' Delinquency
by: Timothy Brezina, Tulane University (Corresponding)
An Analysis of the Influence of Sensation Seeking, Religiosity, and Peer Relations on Deviant Inclinations
by: Leona Lee, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Does Size Matter? Phyusicality and Delinquent Involvement
by: Kevin Beaver, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
John Paul Wright, University of Cincinnati
Shawn J. Minor, University of Cincinnati

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