Keynote presentations

From Risk Identification to Clinical Risk Management: A Comprehensive Strategy for Young Children Engaging in Antisocial Behaviour (The SNAP® Approach)
L. Augimeri (Child Development Institute, Toronto, Canada)

The values and dangers of identifying youths’ mental disorders at entry into juvenile justice
T. Grisso (University of Massachusets Medical School, Worcester MA, United States of America)

Psychopathic Traits and Autism Spectrum Disorder: Is there a link?
E. Simonoff (University of London, Institute of Psychiatry, United Kingdom)

Involuntary treatment of and coercion on minors in psychiatry
R. Kaltiala-Heino (Tampere University Hospital, Tampere, Finland)

Antisocial and aggressive behaviour in childhood and adolescence: A neurodevelopmental perspective
A. Raine (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States of America)

Multisystemic Therapy (MST): Development, Practice, Outcomes, and Dissemination (sponsored by De Viersprong)
C. Borduin (University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, United States of America)

Development of Violent Behaviour Epigenetics: A new Perspective for Prevention (sponsored by the City of Amsterdam)
R.E. Tremblay (University of Montreal, CHU-Sainte Justine Research Center, Montreal, Canada)

Mental Health and its impact on Life Chances for Young Offenders (sponsored by GG2E)
S. Bailey (University of Central Lancashire, Manchester, United Kingdom)

The early development of delinquency, disruptive behaviour, and mood dysregulation in girls
R.L. Loeber (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, United States of America)