Session 296: PP64 -> Cross-National Empirical Investigations of the General Theory of Crime
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Dearborn 3
Session Chair: Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University
Delinquency, Problem Behavior and Their Relationship With Unintentional Injuries in Children
by: Marianne Junger, Universiteit Utrecht (Corresponding)
Robert West, St. George's Hospital Medical School
Helen Train, St. George's Hospital Medical School
Alan Pickering, St. George's Hospital Medical School
Eric Taylor, Institute of Psychiatry
Anne West, London School of Economics
Lack of Self-Control, Acting Out, and Different Forms of Delinquent Behavior
by: Martin Killias, University of Lausanne (Corresponding)
Henriette Haas, University of Lausanne
The Empirical Status of the General Theory of Crime in Taiwan
by: Chuen-Jim Sheu, National Taipei University (Corresponding)
Revisiting Hedonic Calculus: Cross-National Evidence of the Relationship Between Perceived Sanctions, Low Self-Control, and Deviance
by: Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University (Corresponding)
Jennifer Crosswhite, Auburn University
J. Melissa Partin, Auburn University
Discussants:
Michael R. Gottfredson, University of California, Irvine

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