Session 346: RG22 -> Girls and Delinquency: The Interconnection Between Research and Intervention
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Plaza 3
Session Chair: Nadine Lanctot, Universite de Montreal
Aggression and Violence in Girls: Understanding Rates, Risk Factors and Developmental Trajectories
by: Marlene M. Moretti, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
Candice Odgers, University of Virginia
The Limitations and Challenges of Conducting Forensic Mental Health Assessments With Female Youth
by: Candice Odgers, University of Virginia (Corresponding)
Marlene M. Moretti, Simon Fraser University
N. Dickon Reppucci, University of Virginia
The Development of a Gender-Sensitive Staff Training Curriculum for Youth Custody Workers, a Project in Two Phases
by: Sibylle Artz, University of Victoria (Corresponding)
Is the Development of Gender-Specific Programs Warranted?
by: Nadine Lanctot, Universite de Montreal (Corresponding)
Family Structure, Gender and Juvenile Crime Processing
by: Pernilla Johannson, University of Texas - Dallas (Corresponding)
Kimberly Kempf-Leonard, University of Texas at Dallas

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