Session 211: CT10 -> Control, Attention, and Offending: Implications for Criminological Theory
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 109
Session Chair: Friedrich Loesel, University of Erlangen - Nuremberg
Psychopathy, Risk-Taking, and Attention: A Differentiated Test of the Somatic Marker Hypothesis
by: Friedrich Loesel, University of Erlangen - Nuremberg (Corresponding)
Martin Schmucker, University of Erlangen - Nuremburg
Do Parents Matter in Creating Self-Control in Their Children? A Genetically Informed Test of Gottfredson's and Hirschi's Theory of Low Self Control
by: John Paul Wright, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Kevin Beaver, University of Cincinnati
Self-Control, Parenting Behavior, Antisocial Parents, and Deviant Peers as Correlates of Delinquent Behavior: Propensity Versus Context Effects
by: Margit Wiesner, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Corresponding)
Michael Windle, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Stacey Lockard, Univerity of Alabama
Personality Correlates of Offense Style
by: Donna Youngs, University of Liverpool (Corresponding)

(Return to Program Resources)

Updated 05/20/2006