Session 155: CR7 -> Offender Risk, Needs and Responsivity: Improving Correctional Services
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 11
Session Chair: Jennifer Pealer, University of Cincinnati
The Importance of Risk, Need, and Responsivity Factors in Predicting Reductions in Antisocial Attitudes and Cognitive Distortions Among Adult Male Offenders
by: Dana Jones Hubbard, Cleveland State University (Corresponding)
Jennifer Pealer, University of Cincinnati
Edward J. Latessa, University of Cincinnati
Enhancing the Protective Capacity of Mentoring Relationships
by: Betsy Matthews, Eastern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
Sociodemographic Factors, Drug Abuse, and Other Crimes: How They Vary Among Male and Female Arrestees
by: Celia C. Lo, University of Alabama (Corresponding)
Targeting Literacy: Addressing the Educational Needs of Adjudicated Youth
by: Cynthia Burke, San Diego Association of Governments (Corresponding)
Lisbeth Howard, San Diego Association of Governments
Sandy Keaton, San Diego Association of Governments
Discussants:
Jennifer Pealer, University of Cincinnati

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