Session 99: RS75 -> Do Moral Emotions Inhibit Risky Behavior?
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Sandburg 7
Session Chair: Jeffrey Stuewig, George Mason University
Do Shame and Guilt Predict Antisocial Behavior in Late Adolescence? Findings From a Prospective Study
by: Jeffrey Stuewig, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Laura McCloskey, Harvard School of Public Health
Implications of Childhood Shame and Guilt for Criminal Behavior in Early Adulthood
by: Stephanie Kendall, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Candace Reinsmith, George Mason University
June Price Tangney, George Mason University
Moral Emotions and Moral Reasoning in an Inmate Population: Preliminary Results from the GMU Recidivism Study
by: June Price Tangney, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Mark Hastings, George Mason University
Patrick Meyer, George Mason University
Emi Furukawa, George Mason University
Discussants:
John Braithwaite, Australian National University

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