PSPI Live: Developmental Science Research Informs Juvenile Justice Reform

PSPI Live is a series of 60-minute live events highlighting recent or upcoming papers published in the APS journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest (PSPI). Speakers include the authors, policymakers, or representatives of important stakeholder groups.

The field of juvenile justice in the United States has gone through significant changes over the past 20 years thanks to its collaboration with developmental science. PSPI Live brings together the authors of a forthcoming publication in Psychological Science in the Public Interest, “Adolescent Contact, Lasting Impact? Lessons Learned from Two Longitudinal Studies Spanning 20 Years of Developmental Science Research with Justice-System Involved Youths.”

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A recording of the symposium is available below for registrants and APS members.

The full webinar is available to APS members and registered attendees.

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