Session 169: QT10 -> New Directions for the National Youth Survey
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Plaza 1
Session Chair: Delbert S. Elliott, University of Colorado at Boulder
The National Youth Survey Family Study: A Multigenerational, Multidisciplinary, Longitudinal Design
by: John D. Hewitt, University of Colorado at Boulder
David Huizinga, University of Colorado at Boulder
Delbert S. Elliott, University of Colorado at Boulder
Robin Corley, University of Colorado at Boulder
Jennifer K. Grotpeter, University of Colorado at Boulder
Andrew Smolen, University of Colorado at Boulder
Michael C. Stallings, University of Colorado at Boulder
Susan E. Young, University of Colorado at Boulder
Scott Menard, University of Colorado at Boulder (Corresponding)
Linda J. Cunningham, University of Colorado at Boulder
Tiffany Lin McNeil, Colorado at University of
Linda K. Kuhn, Survey Research Management
Sibling Similarity for Problem Behavior in the National Youth Survey From Adolescence to adulthood
by: Robin Corley, University of Colorado at Boulder (Corresponding)
Violent Sexual Offending
by: Jennifer K. Grotpeter, University of Colorado at Boulder (Corresponding)
Delbert S. Elliott, University of Colorado at Boulder
Genotype Environment Interaction: An Examination of the Caspi Hypothesis for the Etiology of Antisocial Behavior in a Nationally Representative Sampe of the U.S.
by: John D. Hewitt, University of Colorado at Boulder (Corresponding)
Robin Corley, University of Colorado at Boulder
David Huizinga, University of Colorado at Boulder
Scott Menard, University of Colorado at Boulder
Andrew Smolen, University of Colorado at Boulder
Michael C. Stallings, University of Colorado at Boulder
Susan E. Young, University of Colorado at Boulder

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