Terrie Moffitt Earns 'Juvenile Justice Without Borders' International Award

Terrie Moffit, Ph.D.
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Terrie Moffitt Earns 'Juvenile Justice Without Borders' International Award

Life-course research includes criminality and anti-social behavior

Terrie Moffitt, the Nannerl O. Keohane University Professor in Psychology & Neuroscience, is one of six awardees of an international prize from the International Juvenile Justice Observatory (IJJO), which is based in Belgium. She’s being recognized for her work on human development and its contribution to more effective evidence-based juvenile justice policies in many countries. The award comes with a statuette of Lady Justice.

See Dr. Moffitt's "acceptance speech," in which she explains her work:

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