An expert on adolescent development explains why juvenile justice should be grounded in the best available psychological science rather than the harsh and ineffective policies of the past two decades.


  • Laurence Steinberg Is Distinguished University Professor of Psychology at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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