Spring 2010 - PSY 309

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On April 20th 1999 at Columbine High School in Colorado two students engaged in one of the most severe mass murders in recent US history. Last year marked the 10th Anniversary of the killings at Columbine. What have we learned about the cause of the killings since that fateful day? Here are few links to relevant information:

  1. USA Today article
  2. CNN article
  3. ABC News article
  4. Wikipedia


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