Rethinking Juvenile Justice

    In their new book, Rethinking Juvenile Justice, LAURENCE STEINBERG and ELIZABETH SCOTT make the case that juvenile justice should be grounded in psychological science – what we know about a juvenile’s cognitive and emotional development. Steinberg is a Professor of Psychology at Temple. Scott is a Professor of Law at Columbia.
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