Session 162: LC6 -> Mental Health, Crime and Arrest Over the Life Course
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 205
Session Chair: Rolf Loeber, University of Pittsburgh
Session Chair: Helene Raskin White, Rutgers University
Predicting Young Adult Criminal Charges From Adolescent Mental Health
by: Jeffrey D. Burke, University of Pittsburgh (Corresponding)
Rolf Loeber, University of Pittsburgh
Criminality, Criminalization, or Neither? Explaining the Differential Juvenile Justice Involvement of Mentally Disordered Youth
by: Paul J. Hirschfield, Rutgers University - New Brunswick
Tina Maschi, Rutgers University - New Brunswick (Corresponding)
Helene Raskin White, Rutgers University
Rolf Loeber, University of Pittsburgh
Successful Life Outcomes of Juvenile Delinquents at Age 48
by: David P. Farrington, University of Cambridge (Corresponding)
Darrick Jolliffe, University of Cambridge
Neighborhood Economic Trends as a Predictor of Individual Violence and Delinquency Risk
by: Anthony Fabio, University of Pittsburgh (Corresponding)
Rolf Loeber, University of Pittsburgh
G.K. Balasubramani, University of Pittsburgh
David P. Farrington, University of Cambridge

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