Criminal Justice-COLL | Developmental Criminology
P403 | 13562 | Fontaine


Examination of theories and empirical findings on the development of
antisocial behavior and offending, the bio-psychosocial risk and
protective factors at different ages, the effects of turning points
and life events on the course of development, and possible
intervention and prevention strategies.

By the end of the course, students will be able to:

1) Describe the different developmental trajectories of antisocial
behavior and offending and identify their bio-psychosocial risk and
protective factors.
2) Summarize, analyze and critically assess research conducted in
the field of developmental criminology.

Class meeting: Tuesday and Thursday, 1:00-2:15, WH 008

Distribution Credit: S&H

Instructor:  Professor Nathalie Fontaine, criminal justice department