Session 310: CT12 -> Criminological Theory and Empirical Tests Poster Sessions
Time: 5:00PM to 6:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Grand Ballroom
Tracing the Historical Trajectory of Criminological Theory, 1964 to Present {Location 31}
by: Brent Funderburk, Ohio University (Corresponding)
Michelle Brown, Ohio University
Bruce Hoffman, Ohio University
Thomas Vander Ven, Ohio University
Community Violence Victimization and Aggression: The Moderating Effects of Coping and Social Support {Location 32}
by: Sara C. Haden, Virginia Polytechnic Inst. & State Univ. (Corresponding)
Angela Scarpa, Virginia Tech University
Social Structure and social Learning: The Impact of Community Factors on the Learning of Delinquent Behavior {Location 33}
by: Christine S. Sellers, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
Stephen W. Verrill, University of South Florida
Jennifer Wareham, University of South Florida
The Family-> Low Self-Control-> Deviance: The General Theory of Crime Across Contexts {Location 34}
by: Lara M. Belliston, Kent State University (Corresponding)
J. Melissa Partin, Auburn University
Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University
The School Context as a Source of Self-Control {Location 35}
by: Michael G. Turner, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte (Corresponding)
Alex R. Piquero, University of Florida
Was It Really All a Waste of Time? The Measurement of Low Self-Control and Its Association with Deviance {Location 36}
by: Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University
Li Huang, Auburn University (Corresponding)
Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo, Auburn University
A Matter of Control: Decomposing the Sex-Gap in Delinquency {Location 37}
by: Constance L. Chapple, University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Corresponding)
Barbara J. Costello, University of Rhode Island
General Strain Theory and Within-Individual Change in Offending {Location 38}
by: Lee Ann Slocum, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Sally S. Simpson, University of Maryland at College Park
Doug Smith, University of Maryland at College Park
College Binge Drinking: An Empirical Test of Theories {Location 39}
by: Donna A. Copp, University of Florida (Corresponding)

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