|D. Wayne Osgood|
|Born||Donald Wayne Osgood|
University of California, Los Angeles (A.B., 1971)|
University of Colorado, Boulder (M.A., 1974; Ph.D., 1977)
|Known for||Work on delinquency among adolescents and its relationship to their friendship networks|
|Awards||Fellow of the American Society of Criminology since 2005|
|Institutions||Pennsylvania State University|
|Thesis||A comparison of cognitive style in impression formation and in existing views about people (1977)|
|Doctoral advisor||Gary McClelland|
Donald Wayne Osgood is an American criminologist and professor emeritus of criminology and sociology at Pennsylvania State University. He has been a fellow of the American Society of Criminology since 2005, and the editor-in-chief of their official journal, Criminology, since 2011.
- "Wayne Osgood — Department of Sociology and Criminology". sociology.la.psu.edu. Retrieved 2017-07-19.
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