Session 110: LC4 -> Exploring the Promise of Biosocial Approaches to Offending
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 203
Session Chair: John Paul Wright, University of Cincinnati
The Effect of Early Lead Exposure on Adult Criminal Behavior: Evidence From a 20 Year Longitudinal Study
by: John Paul Wright, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Kim Dietrich, Univ. of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Douglas Ris, Univ. of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Taking Stock of Developments in the Biosocial Explanation for Crime
by: Graeme Scott, New Zealand Department of Corrections (Corresponding)
The Biology of Neglect and Abuse: Implications for Adolescent Parricide Offenders
by: Kathleen M. Heide, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
Eldra P. Solomon, Center for Mental Health Education,
Resuscitating the Interdisciplinary Promise of Criminology
by: Martin Gottschalk, University of North Dakota (Corresponding)
Gregory J. Howard, Western Michigan University
Jonathan Campion, Western Michigan University

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