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2020
Augustyn, MB & Willyard, K C. (2020). The contextual influences of police and social services on help-seeking for intimate partner violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Augustyn, M.B., Loughran, T., Philippi, P. L., Fulco, C. J., & Henry, K L. (2020). Intergenerational marijuana use: A life course examination of the relationship between parental trajectories of marijuana use and the onset of marijuana use by offspring. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. Augustyn, M.B.., Loughran, T., Larroulet, P., & Henry, K. L. (2020). Economic Effects of Adolescent to Adult Patterns of Cannabis Use: Full-Time Employment and Employment Stability. Journal of Drug Issues

Augustyn, M. B., & Jackson, D. B. (2020). An Intersectional Look at the “Rush to Adulthood” Considering the Role of Gender, Race and SES in the Link Between Precocious Transitions and Adult Antisocial Behavior. Youth & Society, 52(1), 3-26.

Augustyn, M. B., Rennison, C. M., Pinchevsky, G. M., & Magnuson, A. B. (2020). Intimate Partner Stalking among College Students: Examining Situational Contexts Related to Police Notification. Journal of Family Violence

Augustyn, M. B., Loughran, T., Philippi, P. L., Thornberry, T. P., & Henry, K. L. (2020). How early is too early? Identification of elevated, persistent problem behavior in childhood. Prevention science, 21(4), 445-455.

Pinchevsky, G.M., Magnuson, A.B., Augustyn, M.B., & Rennison Callie Marie. (2020). Sexual Victimization and Sexual Harassment among College Students: A comparative analysis. Journal of Family Violence. 35:603–618

Boccio, Cashen M. Forthcoming. “Exploring Protective Factors for the Relationship between Low Self Control and Negative Health Outcomes.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology Boccio, Cashen M., and Kevin M. Beaver. Forthcoming. “Low Self-Control, Victimization, and Financial Hardship: Does Low Self-Control Moderate the Relationship between Strain and Criminal Involvement?” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology Jackson, Dylan B., Cashen M. Boccio, and Wanda E. Leal. 2020. “Do Youth Who Vape Exhibit Risky Health Lifestyles? Monitoring the Future, 2017.” Submitted to Preventative Medicine, 136, 106101 Boccio, Cashen M., Dylan B., Jackson, and Wanda E. Leal. 2020. “Nicotine and Marijuana Attitudes among Flavor-Only Vaping Youth: New Evidence from Monitoring the Future.” Addictive Behaviors, 102, 106186

Lorraine Mazerolle, Sarah Bennett, & Stephanie M. Cardwell. (Accepted). A Police Partnership Targeting Truancy: Study Protocol for a Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial. Cambridge Journal of Evidence-Based Policing. DOI: 10.1007/s41887-020-00048-x.

Stephanie M. Cardwell, Sarah Bennett, & Lorraine Mazerolle (Online First). Bully Victimization, Truancy, and Violent Offending: Evidence from the ASEP Truancy Reduction Experiment. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. Lorraine Mazerolle, Emma Antrobus, Stephanie M. Cardwell, Alex R. Piquero, & Sarah Bennett. (Online First). Harmonizing Legal Socialization to Reduce Antisocial Behavior: Results from a Randomized Field Trial of Truanting Young People. Justice Quarterly Lorraine Mazerolle, Stephanie M. Cardwell, Emma Antrobus, & Alex R. Piquero (2020). Police Partnerships to Address Youth Antisocial Behavior: How Parental Risk-Taking Shapes Child Outcomes.” Criminology & Public Policy, 19(3), 883-904 Stephanie M. Cardwell, Lorraine Mazerolle, & Alex R. Piquero. (2020). Parental Attachment and Truant Rationalizations of Antisocial Behavior: Findings from a Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Crime and Justice, 43(3), 263-281. Alexander Testa & Chantal Fahmy. “Oral Health Status and Oral Health Care Use among Formerly Incarcerated Individuals” The Journal of the American Dental Association 151(3), 164-173 Chantal Fahmy, Dylan B. Jackson, David C. Pyrooz, & Scott H. Decker. “Head Injury in Prison: Gang Membership and the Role of Prison Violence” - Journal of Criminal Justice 67. Testa, Alexander and Richard D. Hartley (2020). Financial Dependents and Sentencing Outcomes in Federal District Courts: Variation by Race, Ethnicity, and Sex. Criminal Justice Policy Review Ferguson, Christopher J. and Richard D. Hartley. (2020). Pornography and Sexual Aggression: Can Meta-Analysis Find a Link? Trauma, Violence, & Abuse

Jenkins, B.D., Le Grand, A.M.*, Golding, J.M., Lynch, K.R., & Wolbert, G. (In Press). The impact of threat type and prior abuse history on perceptions of intimate partner sexual coercion. Violence Against Women

Lynch, K.R. (2020). Female firepower: Gun ownership for self-protection among female IPV victims. Gender & Violence, 7, 19-26. doi: 10.1089/vio.2019.0037

Nemeth, J., Viveiros, N., Lynch, K.R., Anderson, T., & Fisher, B. (2020). Adolescent sexual health coercion: Construct validation and prevalence in a population-based sample of high school students. Journal of Family Violence, 35, 619-632

Lynch, K.R., & Renzetti, C.M. (2020). Alcohol Use, hostile sexism, and religious self-regulation: Investigating risk and protective factors of IPV perpetration. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 35, 3237–3263. doi: 10.1177/0886260517708758

Jackson, D.B., Lynch, K.R., Testa, A. (2020). Intimate partner violence, firearms, and sleep disturbances: The influence of coercive control and partner firearm ownership. Sleep Health. Advance online publication Telep, Cody W., Wright, Kevin A., *Haverkate, Danielle L., & Meyers, Travis J. (2020). The value of participatory action research in corrections: Introduction to the special issue. Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research, 5(1), 1-5 Haverkate, Danielle L., Meyers, Travis J., Telep, Cody W., & Wright, Kevin A. (2020). OPAR with the yard: Participatory action research to advance knowledge in corrections. Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research, 5(1), 28-43

Byongook Moon & John McCluskey. (202. An Exploratory Study of Violence against Teachers in Middle and High Schools: Prevalence and Negative Consequences. Journal of School Violence 19/2: 122-137

Byongook Moon, Guan Saw, & John McCluskey. (2020). Teacher Victimization and Turnover: Focusing on Different Types and Multiple Victimization” Journal of School Violence

Wolfe, S.E., McClean, K., Rojek, J., Alpert, G.P., & Smith, M.R. (2020). Randomized controlled trial of social interaction police training. Criminology & Public Policy

Weiss, Douglas B., Alexander Testa, and Mateus Rennó Santos. (2020). Institutional Anomie and Cross-National Differences in Incarceration. Criminology, 58(3): 454-484

Jackson, Dylan B., Alexander Testa, and Michael G. Vaughn. (2020). Low Self-Control and Legal Cynicism Among At-Risk Youth: An Investigation into Direct and Vicarious Police Contact. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 57(6): 741-783

Testa, Alexander and Dylan B. Jackson. (2020). Adverse Childhood Experiences and Food Insecurity in Adulthood: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health. Journal of Adolescent Health, 67(2): 218-224

Testa, Alexander, Mateus Rennó Santos, and Douglas B. Weiss. (2020). Incarceration Rates and Hospital Beds Per Capita: A Cross-National Study of 36 Countries, 1971-2015. Social Science & Medicine, 263: 113262

Testa, Alexander and Daniel Semenza. (2020). Investigating the Offending-Health Link: A Dual Trajectory Modeling Approach. Journal of Criminal Justice, 68: 101691

Testa, Alexander and Brian D. Johnson. (2020). Paying the Trial Tax: Race, Guilty Pleas, and Disparity in Prosecution. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 31(4): 500-531

Testa, Alexander, Dylan B. Jackson, Michael G. Vaughn, and Jennifer K. Bello. (2020). Incarceration as a Unique Social Stressor During Pregnancy: Implications for Maternal and Newborn Health. Social Science & Medicine, 246: 112777

Testa, Alexander and Chantal Fahmy. (2020). Oral Health Status and Oral Health Care Use Among Formerly Incarcerated People. Journal of the American Dental Association, 151(3): 164-173

Meldrum, Ryan C., Dylan B. Jackson, Kristen Zgoba, and Alexander Testa. (2020). Sleep Duration, Handgun Carrying, and Taking a Handgun to School: An Analysis of Statewide Sample of Florida Youth. Sleep Health, 6(2): 153-158

Lee, Jacqueline and Alexander Testa. (2020). Evidence, Arrest Circumstances, and Felony Cocaine Case Processing. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, 21(1): 39-59

Testa, Alexander and Dylan B. Jackson. (2020). Incarceration Exposure and Maternal Food Insecurity During Pregnancy: Findings from the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS), 2004-2015. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 24(1): 54-61

Jackson, Dylan B., Alexander Testa, and Michael G. Vaughn. (2020). Low-Self Control and the Adolescent Police Stop: Intrusiveness, Emotional Response, and Psychological Well-Being. Journal of Criminal Justice, 66: 101635

Vaughn, Michael G., Dylan B. Jackson, Alexander Testa, Katie Holzer, Lisa Jaegers, and Daniel Semenza. (2020). Health Criminology: New Developments in an Emerging Paradigm. The Criminologist, 45(3): 9-14

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, Pamela Wilcox, and Rebecca J. Walter. Forthcoming. “Crime Generators in Context: Examining ‘Place in Neighborhood’ Propositions.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology Hinton, Marissa E., Marie Skubak Tillyer, and Rob Tillyer. Forthcoming “Victimization, Offending, and Expectations for Future Success Among High-Risk Youth.” Deviant Behavior

Wright, Emily M., and Marie Skubak Tillyer. 2020. “Neighborhood and Intimate Partner Violence Against Women: The Direct and Interactive Effects of Social Ties and Collective Efficacy.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 35, 3913-3938

Smith, M., Tillyer, R., Lloyd, C., & Petrocelli, M. (forthcoming). Benchmarking Disparities in Police Stops: A Comparative Application of 2nd and 3rd Generation Techniques. Justice Quarterly Hinton, M.E., Tillyer, M.S., & Tillyer, R. (Forthcoming). Victimization, Offending, and Expectations for Future Success among High-Risk Youth. Deviant Behavior.
2019

Augustyn, M. B., McGloin, J. M., & Pyrooz, D. C. (2019). Does gang membership pay?: The illegal and legal financial returns through emerging adulthood. Criminology, 57(3) 452-480

Fulco, Celia J. Augustyn, Megan Bears, & Henry, Kimberly L. (2019). Maternal depressive symptoms and adolescent health risk problems: The role of school engagement. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 49(1), 102-118

Augustyn, M.B., Ward, J.T., Krohn, M.D., & Dong, B. (2019). Criminal justice contact across generations: Assessing the intergenerational labeling hypothesis. Journal of Developmental and Life Course Criminology, 5(2): 137-175.

Johnson, A.K., Fulco, C.J., & Augustyn, M.B. (2019). Intergenerational continuity in alcohol misuse: Maternal alcohol use disorder and the sequelae of maternal and family functioning. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 33(5) 442-456.

Augustyn, M. B., Thornberry, T. P., & Henry, K. L. (2019). The reproduction of child maltreatment: An examination of adolescent problem behavior, substance use, and precocious transitions in the link between victimization and perpetration. Development and Psychopathology, 31(1), 53-71.

Boccio, Cashen M., and Kevin M. Beaver. Forthcoming. “Psychopathic Personality Traits and Risk of Personal Victimization.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Boccio, Cashen M., and Kevin M. Beaver. 2019. “Birth Order and Personality: Null Results from a National Sample of Sibling Pairs.” Personality and Individual Differences, 139, 125-131.

Boccio, Cashen M., and Kevin M. Beaver. 2019. “The Influence of Changes in Family Structure on Criminal Involvement.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 17, 88-106

Beaver, K. M., Cashen M. Boccio, Sven Smith, and Chris Ferguson. 2019. “Physical Attractiveness and Criminal Justice Processing: Results from a Longitudinal Sample of Youth and Adolescents.” Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law, 26, 669-681

Jackson, Dylan B., Cashen M. Boccio, Wanda E. Leal, and Michael G. Vaughn. 2019. “It’s All the Rage! Exploring the Nuances in the Link between Vaping and Adolescent Delinquency.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 63, 58-69

Stephanie M. Cardwell, Lorraine Mazerolle, & Alex R. Piquero. (2019). Truancy Intervention and Violent Offending: Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 49 Lorraine Mazerolle, Sarah Bennett, Emma Antrobus, Stephanie M. Cardwell, & Alex R. Piquero. (2019). Disrupting the Pathway from Truancy to Delinquency: A Randomized Field Trial Test of the Longitudinal Impact of a School Engagement Program. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 35(4)m 663-689 Stephanie M. Cardwell, Lorraine Mazerolle, Sarah Bennett, & Alex R. Piquero. (2019). Changing the Relationship between Impulsivity and Antisocial Behavior: The Impact of a School Engagement Program. Crime & Delinquency, 65(8), 1076-1101 Chantal Fahmy & Danielle Wallace. “The Influence of Familial Social Support on Physical Health During Reentry”- Criminal Justice & Behavior 46(12), 1738-1756 Dylan B. Jackson, Chantal Fahmy, Michael G. Vaughn, & Alexander Testa. “Police Stops Among At-Risk Youth: Repercussions for Mental Health” -Journal of Adolescent Health 65(5), 627-632 Chantal Fahmy, Kendra J. Clark, Meghan M. Mitchell, Scott H. Decker, & David C. Pyrooz. “Method to the Madness: Tracking and Interviewing Respondents in a Longitudinal Study of Prisoner Reentry” - Sociological Methods & Research

Hartley, Richard D. & Robert Tillyer (2019). Inter-district variation and disparities in federal sentencing outcomes: Case types, defendant characteristics, and judicial demography. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, 20 (3), 46-63

Hartley, Richard D., Lee Ellis, and Anthony Hoskin. (2019). Self-reported offending in the United States and Malaysia: Does east meet west? International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology Lynch, K.R., Logan, T, & Hatch, E. (2019). Examining the role of safety planning and firearms in community professional’s advice and perceived helpfulness for female IPV victims. Journal of Family Violence. Advance online publication Brown-Ianuzzi, J.L., Golding, J.M., Gervais, W.M., Lynch, K.R., Wasarhaley, N.E., & Bainter, S. (2019). Will jurors believe non-believers? Perceptions of atheist rape victims in the courtroom. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. Advance online publication

Lynch, K.R., Jackson, D.B., & Logan, T. (2019). Coercive control, stalking, and guns: Modelling service professionals’ perceived risk of potentially fatal intimate partner gun violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0886260519839419

Lynch, K. R., Golding, J. M., Jewell, J.A., Lippert, A., & Wasarhaley, N.E. (2019). ‘She is his girlfriend—I believe this is a different situation’: Gender differences in perceptions of the legality of intimate partner rape. Journal of Family Violence, 34. 213-230.

Byongook Moon, Merry Morash, & John McCluskey. (2019). Student Violence Directed Against Teachers: Victimized Teachers’ Reports to School Officials and Satisfaction with School Responses. Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Byongook Moon, John McCluskey, & Merry Morash. (2019). Violence against Middle and High School Teachers: Duration of Victimization and Its Consequences. Aggressive Behavior 45/5: 517-526

Wolfe, S.E., McClean, K., Rojek, J., Alpert, G.P., & Smith, M.R. (2019). Advancing a theory of police officer training motivation and receptivity. Justice Quarterly Smith, M.R., Tillyer, R., Lloyd, C., & Petrocelli, M. (2019). Benchmarking disparities in police stops: A comparative application of 2nd and 3rd generation techniques. Justice Quarterly

Tillyer, R., Smith, M.R., & Lloyd, C. (2019). Another piece of the puzzle: The importance of officer characteristics and group processes in understanding post-stop outcomes. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 56, 736-779.

McClean, K., Wolfe, S.E., Rojek, J., Alpert, G.P., & Smith, M.R. (2019). Police officers as warriors or guardians: Empirical reality or intriguing rhetoric? Justice Quarterly.

Rennó Santos, Mateus, Alexander Testa, Lauren C. Porter, and James P. Lynch. (2019). The Contribution of Age Structure to the International Homicide Decline. PLOS ONE, 14(10): e0222996

Jackson, Dylan B., Chantal Fahmy, Michael G. Vaughn, and Alexander Testa. (2019). Police Stops Among At-Risk Youth: Repercussions for Mental Health. Journal of Adolescent Health, 65(5): 627-632

Testa, Alexander and Dylan B. Jackson. (2019). Food Insecurity Among Formerly Incarcerated Adults. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 46(10): 1493-1511.

Testa, Alexander, Douglas B. Weiss, and Mateus Rennó Santos. (2019). A Cross-National Analysis of Alcohol Consumption and Suicide Rates: Variations by Population-Level Drinking Patterns. Journal of Drug Issues, 49(4): 625-642

Testa, Alexander and Dylan B. Jackson. (2019). Food Insecurity, Food Deserts, and Waist-to-Height Ratio: Variation by Sex and Race/Ethnicity. Journal of Community Health, 44(3): 444-450.

Testa, Alexander. (2019). Examining Federal Criminal Sentencing of White-Collar and Common Property Offenders: The Case of Embezzlement and Larceny. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 30(5): 681-707.

Testa, Alexander. (2019). The Association Between Food Deserts and Short Sleep Duration Among Young Adults in the United States: Variation by Race and Ethnicity. Sleep Health, 5(2): 128-134.

Testa, Alexander. (2019). Access to Healthy Food Retailers Among Formerly Incarcerated Individuals. Public Health Nutrition, 22(4): 672-680.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, and Rebecca J. Walter. 2019. “Busy Businesses and Busy Contexts: The Distribution and Sources of Crime at Commercial Properties.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 56, 816-850.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, and Rob Tillyer. 2019. “Co-Offending, the Severity of Violence, and Situational Moderators.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 64, 52-60.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, and Rebecca J. Walter. 2019. “Low-Income Housing and Crime: The Influence of Housing Development and Neighborhood Characteristics.” Crime & Delinquency, 65, 969-993.

Rodriguez, Thalia, Jeffrey T. Ward, Marie Skubak Tillyer, and James V. Ray. 2019. “The Influence of Delinquent Peer Affiliation on Substance Use: The Moderating Effects of Anxiety and Depression.” Journal of Drug Issues, 49, 450-464.

Richards, Tara N., Marie Skubak Tillyer, and Emily M. Wright. 2019. “When Victims Refuse and Prosecutors Decline: Examining Exceptional Clearance in Sexual Assault Cases.” Crime & Delinquency, 65, 474-498.

Fissel, Erica R., Pamela Wilcox, and Marie Skubak Tillyer. 2019. “School Discipline Policies, Perceptions of Injustice, and In-School Delinquency. Crime & Delinquency, 65, 1343-1370.

Tillyer, R., Smith, M.R., & Lloyd, C. (2019). Another piece of the puzzle: The importance of officer characteristics and group processes in understanding post-stop outcomes. Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency, 56(5), 736-779 Tillyer, M., & Tillyer, R. (2019). Co-offending, violence, and situational moderators. Journal of Criminal Justice, 64, 52-60 Hartley, R. & Tillyer, R. (2019). Inter-district variation and disparities in federal sentencing outcomes: Case types, defendant characteristics, and judicial demography. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, 20(3), 46-63
2018

Augustyn, Megan Bears. 2018. JRCD Commentary. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 55(4), 463-465.

Augustyn, Megan Bears, Celia Fulco, & Kimberly L. Henry. 2018. Intergenerational Continuity in Depression: Acknowledging the Importance of Time-Varying Effects, Maternal Comorbidities and Child Gender. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.

Augustyn, Megan Bears, & Jean Marie McGloin. 2018. Revisiting Juvenile Waiver: Integrating the Incapacitation Experience. Criminology, 56(1), 154-190.

Baldwin, Julie M., Richard D. Hartley, & Erika Brooke. Forthcoming. Identifying Those Who Served: Modeling Potential Participant Identification in Veterans Treatment Courts. Drug Court Review.

Boccio, Cashen M., Kevin M. Beaver, & Joseph A. Schwartz. 2018. The Role of Intelligence in Becoming a Successful Criminal: Results from a Longitudinal Sample. Intelligence, 66, 24-31.

Boccio, Cashen M., & Kevin M. Beaver. Forthcoming. Psychopathic Personality Traits and the Successful Criminal. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.

Boccio, Cashen M., & Kevin M. Beaver. Forthcoming. The Influence of Changes in Family Structure on Criminal Involvement. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.

Caudy, Michael, Marie Skubak Tillyer, & Rob Tillyer. 2018. The Effects of a Jail Sentence on Recidivism and the Moderating Influence of Offender Risk. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 45, 949-968.

Donovan, Kathleen M., Rob Tillyer, & Charles F. Klahm. 2018. Understanding Perceptions of Citizen Demeanour: Using an Experimental Design to Understand the Impact of Encounter and Observer Characteristics. Policing and Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy, 28(4), 480-496.

Jackson, Dylan B., Jamie Newsome, Michael G. Vaughn, & Kecia R. Johnson. 2018. Considering the Role of Food Insecurity in Low Self-Control and Early Delinquency. Journal of Criminal Justice, 56, 127-139.

Jackson, Dylan B., & Michael G. Vaughn. 2018. Maternal Medical Risks during Pregnancy and Childhood Externalizing Behavior. Social Science & Medicine, 207, 19-24.

Jackson, Dylan B., & Michael G. Vaughn. 2018. Promoting Health Equity to Prevent Crime. Preventive Medicine, 113, 91-94.

Lippert, A., Golding, J.M., Lynch, K.R., & Haak, E. (2018). When a corporation rapes: Perceptions of rape in civil court for corporate defendants. Psychology, Crime, and Law, 24, 703-726. doi: 10.1080/1068316X.2017.1421185

Logan, T., & Lynch, K.R. (2018). Dangerous liaisons: Examining the connection of stalking and gun threats among partner abuse victims. Violence and Victims, 33, 399-416

Lynch, Kellie R., & Dylan B. Jackson. 2018. Ready to Pull the Trigger?: An Application of the Health Belief Model to Implementing Gun Policy at the Community Level. Psychology of Violence.

Lynch, Kellie R., & T.K. Logan. 2018. “You Better Say Your Prayers and Get Ready”: Guns Within the Context of Intimate Partner Abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 33, 686-711.

Lynch, Kellie R., T.K. Logan, & Dylan B. Jackson. 2018. “People Will Bury Their Guns Before They Surrender Them”: Implementing Domestic Violence Gun Control in Rural, Appalachian Versus Urban Communities. Rural Sociology.

Meyers, Travis J., *Infante, Arynn, A., & Wright, Kevin A. (2018). Treating the seriously mentally ill in prison: An evaluation of a contingency management program. Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research Meyers, Travis J., Infante, Arynn A., & Wright, Kevin A. (2018). Addressing serious violent misconduct in prison: Examining an alternative form of restrictive housing. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, (62)14, 4585-4608

Rennó Santos, Mateus, Alexander Testa, & Douglas B. Weiss. 2018. Where Poverty Matters: Examining the Cross-National Relationship between Economic Deprivation and Homicide. British Journal of Criminology, 58(2), 372-393.

Renzetti, C.M., & Lynch, K.R. (2018). Using a crowdsourcing website to study intimate partner violence perpetration. Sage Research Method Cases. doi: 10.4135/9781526439543

Renzetti, C.M., Lynch, K.R., & DeWall, C.N. (2018). Ambivalent sexism, frequency of alcohol use, and IPV perpetration. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 33, 183-210. doi: 10.1177/0886260515604412

Smith, Michael R., & Matthew Petrocelli. 2018. The Effect of Concealed Handgun Carry Deregulation in Arizona on Crime in Tucson. Criminal Justice Policy Review.

Testa, Alexander, Lauren C. Porter, & Kiminori Nakamura. Forthcoming. Examining All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality among Former Prisoners in Pennsylvania. Justice Quarterly

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, James V. Ray, & Marissa E. Hinton. 2018. Protecting High-Risk Youth in High-Risk Contexts: Neighborhoods, Parenting, and Adolescent Victimization. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, Pamela Wilcox, & Erica Fissel. 2018. Violence in Schools: Repeat Victimization, Low Self-Control, and the Mitigating Influence of School Efficacy. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 34, 609-632.

Tillyer, Rob. 2018. Assessing the Impact of Community-Oriented Policing on Arrest. Justice Quarterly, 35(3), 526-555.

Wallace, Danielle, Alyssa W. Chamberlain, & Chantal Fahmy. 2018. Changes in Neighborhood Social Control and Disorder and their Relationship to Exercise Behavior. Environment & Behavior.

Weiss, Douglas B., Alexander Testa, & Mateus Rennó Santos. 2018. Heavy Alcohol Drinking and Cross-National Homicide Rates: The Role of Demographic, Political, and Cultural Context. Journal of Drug Issues, 48(2), 246-268.

2017

Augustyn, Megan Bears, & Dylan B. Jackson. 2017. An Intersectional Look at the Rush to “Adulthood”: Considering the Role of Gender, Race and SES in the Link between Precocious Transitions and Adult Antisocial Behavior. Youth & Society.

Augustyn, Megan Bears, Jeffrey T. Ward, & Marvin D. Krohn. 2017. Exploring Intergenerational Continuity in Gang Membership. Journal of Crime and Justice, 40(3), 252-274.

Augustyn, Megan Bears, & Thomas Loughran. 2017. Juvenile Waiver as a Mechanism of Social Stratification: A Focus on Human Capital. Criminology, 55(2), 405-437.

Boccio, Cashen M., & Kevin M. Beaver. 2017. Examining the Influence of Adolescent Marijuana Use on Adult Intelligence: Further Evidence in the Causation versus Spuriousness Debate. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 177, 199-206.

Fahmy, Chantal, & Danielle Wallace. 2017. Incarceration, Reentry, and Health. The Collateral Consequences of Sentencing and Punishment Decisions. Edited by Beth M. Huebner & Natasha Frost, Routledge.

Fahmy, Chantal, & Meghan M. Mitchell. 2017. From Working on a Grant to Chasing Grants: Graduate Student Experiences with Funded Research. The Criminologist, 42(5), 33-35.

Hoskin, Anthony W., Richard D. Hartley, Lee Ellis, & Haley McMurray. 2017. Does Religiosity Explain Cross-National Differences in Crime? The Case of the United States versus Malaysian University Students. Journal of Religion & Society, 19, 1-17.

Jackson, Dylan B., Jamie Newsome, & Kellie R. Lynch. 2017. Adverse Housing Conditions and Early-Onset Delinquency. American Journal of Community Psychology, 60(1/2), 160-174.

Jackson, Dylan B., & Michael G. Vaughn. 2017. Household Food Insecurity during Childhood and Adolescent Misconduct. Preventive Medicine, 96, 113-117.

Jackson, Dylan B., & Michael G. Vaughn. 2017. Parental Incarceration and Child Sleep and Eating Behaviors. Journal of Pediatrics, 185, 211-217.

Kelsay, James, Marie Skubak Tillyer, Rob Tillyer, & Jeffrey T. Ward. 2017. The Violent Victimization of Children, Adolescents, Adults, and the Elderly: Situational Characteristics and Victim Injury. Violence and Victims, 32, 342-361.

Lynch, K. R., Jenna A. Jewell, Jonathan M. Golding, & Hannah B. Kembel. 2017. Associations Between Relationship Sexual Behavior Norm Beliefs and Intimate Partner Rape Judgments: A Structural Equation Model. Violence Against Women, 23, 426-451.

Lynch, K.R., Jenna A. Jewell, Nesa E. Wasarhaley, Jonathan M. Golding, & Claire M. Renzetti. 2017. Great Sexpectations: The Impact of Participant Gender, Defendant Desirability, and Date Cost on Attributions of a Date Rape Victim and Defendant. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Lynch, Kellie R., & T.K. Logan. 2017. Implementing Domestic Violence Gun Confiscation Policy in Urban and Rural Communities: Assessing the Perceived Risk, Effectiveness, and Barriers. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Maddan, Sean., & Richard D. Hartley. 2017. Towards the Development of a Standardized Focal Concerns Theory of Sentencing. In Ulmer, Jeffery T. and Mindy Bradley (editors). Punishment Decisions: Locations of Disparity. ASC Division on Corrections and Sentencing Handbook, Vol. 2. New York: Routledge.

Moon, Byongook, & Merry Morash. 2017. A Test of General Strain Theory in South Korea: A Focus on Objective/Subjective Strains, Negative Emotions, and Composite Conditioning Factors. Crime & Delinquency, 63(6), 731-756.

Moon, Byongook, & Merry Morash. 2017. Gender and General Strain Theory: A Comparison of Strains, Mediating, and Moderating Effects Explaining Three Types of Delinquency. Youth & Society, 49(4), 484-504.

Richards, Tara N., Marie Skubak Tillyer, & Emily M. Wright. 2017. Child Maltreatment Type and IPV Victimization, Perpetration, and Victimization/Perpetration. Child Abuse & Neglect, 67, 240-248.

Smith, Michael R., Jeff J. Rojek, Matthew Petrocelli, & Brian Withrow. 2017. Measuring Disparities in Police Activities: A State-of-the Art Review. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 40, 166-183.

Testa, Alexander, David Maimon, Michel Cukier, & Bertrand Sobesto. 2017. Illegal Roaming and File Manipulation on Target Computers: Assessing the Effect of Sanction Threats on System Trespassers Online Behaviors. Criminology & Public Policy, 16(3), 689-726.

Testa, Alexander, Joseph K. Young, & Christopher Mullins. 2017. Does Democracy Enhance or Reduce Lethal Violence? Examining the Role of the Rule of Law. Homicide Studies, 21(3), 219-239.

Testa, Alexander, & Lauren C. Porter. 2017. No Rest for the Wicked? The Consequences of Incarceration for Sleep Problems. Society and Mental Health, 7(3), 196-208.

Wright, Emily M., & Marie Skubak Tillyer. 2017. Neighborhood Social Ties, Collective Efficacy, and Intimate Partner Violence Against Women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

2016

Augustyn, Megan Bears. 2016. Updating Perceptions of (In)Justice. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 53(2), 255-286.

Augustyn, Megan Bears, & James V. Ray. 2016. Psychopathy and Perceptions of Procedural Justice. Journal of Criminal Justice, 46, 170-183.

Beaver, Kevin M., Joseph L. Nedelec, J. C. Barnes, Brian B. Boutwell, & Cashen M. Boccio. 2016. The Association between Intelligence and Personal Victimization in Adolescence and Adulthood. Personality and Individual Differences, 98, 355-360.

Boccio, Cashen M., & Kevin M. Beaver. 2016. The Association between Multilingualism and Psychopathic Personality Traits. Journal of Criminal Justice, 47, 151-158.

Fahmy, Chantal, & Jacob T.N. Young. 2016. Gender Inequality and Knowledge Production in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 28(2), 285-305.

Golding, Jonathan M., Kellie R. Lynch, & Nesa E. Wasarhaley. 2016. Impeaching Rape Victims in Criminal Court: Does Concurrent Civil Action Hurt Justice? Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 31, 3129-3149.

Hartley, Richard D., & Julie M. Baldwin. 2016. Waging War on Recidivism Among Justice-Involved Veterans: An Impact Evaluation of a Large Urban Veterans Treatment Court. Criminal Justice Policy Review.

Jackson, Dylan B. 2016. Breastfeeding Duration and Offspring Conduct Problems: The Moderating Role of Genetic Risk. Social Science & Medicine, 166, 128-136.

Jackson, Dylan B. 2016. The Link between Poor Quality Nutrition and Childhood Antisocial Behavior: A Genetically Informative Analysis. Journal of Criminal Justice, 44, 13-20.

Jackson, Dylan B., & Kevin M. Beaver. 2016. The Interplay between Neuropsychological Deficits and Adverse Parenting in the Prediction of Adolescent Misconduct: A Partial Test of the Generalizability of Moffitt’s Theory. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 43(11), 1505-1521.

Mitchelle, Meghan M., Chantal Fahmy, David C. Pyrooz, & Scott H. Decker. 2016. Criminal Crews, Codes, and Contexts: Differences and Similarities across the Code of the Street, Convict Code, Street Gangs, and Prison Gangs. Deviant Behavior, 38(10), 1197-1222.

Moon, Byongook, & John McCluskey. 2016. School-based Victimization of Teachers in Korea: Focusing on Individual and School Characteristics. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 31/7, 1340-1361.

Nix, Justin, Michael R. Smith, Matthew Petrocelli, Jeff Rojek, & Victor M. Manjarrez. 2016. The Use of Social Media by Alleged Members of Mexican Cartels and Affiliated Drug Trafficking Organizations. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 13, 395-418.

Nobles. Matt R., Jeffrey T. Ward, & Rob Tillyer. 2016. The Impact of Neighborhood Context on Spatiotemporal Patterns of Burglary. Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency, 53(5), 711-740.

Smith, Michael R. 2016. TASER® Exposure, Miranda Warnings, and Police Interrogations: New Evidence and Implications. Criminology and Public Policy, 15, 75-78.

Sullivan, Michael J., & Roger Enriquez. 2016. The Impact of Interior Immigration Enforcement on Mixed-Citizenship Families. Boston College Journal of Law & Social Sciences, 36, 33-57.

Thornberry, Terence P., Marvin D. Krohn, Megan Bears Augustyn, Sarah Greenman, & Molly Buchanon. 2016. The Impact of Adolescent Risk Behavior on Partner Relationships. Advances in Life Course Research, 28, 6-21.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, Brooke Miller Gialopsos, & Pamela Wilcox. 2016. The Short-Term Repeat Sexual Victimization of Adolescents in School. Crime and Delinquency, 62, 81-106.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, & Rob Tillyer. 2016. Race, Ethnicity, and Adolescent Violent Victimization. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 45, 1497-1511.

Tillyer, Rob, & Richard D. Hartley. 2016. The Use and Impact of Fast-Track Departures: Exploring Prosecutorial and Judicial Discretion in Federal Immigration Cases. Crime & Delinquency, 62(12), 1624-1647.

Wallace, Danielle, Chantal Fahmy, Lindsy Cotton, Charis Jimmons, Rachal McKay, Sidney Stoffer, & Sarah Syed. Examining the Role of Familial Support during Prison and After Release on Post- Incarceration Mental Health. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 60(1), 3-20.

Ward, Jeffrey, T., Richard D. Hartley, & Rob Tillyer. 2016. Unpacking Gender and Racial/Ethnic Biases in the Federal Sentencing of Drug Offenders: A Causal Mediation Approach. Journal of Criminal Justice, 46, 196-206.

Weiss, Douglas B., Mateus Rennó Santos, Alexander Testa, & Sumit Kumar. 2016. The 1990s Homicide Decline: A Western World or International Phenomenon? A Research Note. Homicide Studies, 20(4), 321-334.

2015

Augustyn, Megan Bears. 2015. The (Ir)Relevance of Procedural Justice in the Pathways to Crime. Law and Human Behavior, 39(4), 388-401.

Augustyn, Megan Bears, & Jeffrey T. Ward. 2015. Exploring the Sanction–Crime Relationship through a Lens of Procedural Justice. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43(6), 470-479.

Boccio, Cashen M., & Kevin M. Beaver. 2015. Psychopathic Personality Traits, Intelligence, and Economic Outcomes. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 26, 551-569.

Jackson, Dylan B., & Kevin M. Beaver. 2015. A Shared Pathway of Antisocial Risk: A Path Model of Parent and Child Effects. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43(2), 154-163.

Jackson, Dylan B., & Kevin M. Beaver. 2015. Sibling Differences in Low Birth Weight, Dopaminergic Polymorphisms, and ADHD Symptomatology: Evidence of GxE. Psychiatry Research, 226(2), 467-473.

Lynch, Kellie R. & T.K. Logan. 2015. Police Officers’ Attitudes and Challenges with Charging Stalking. Violence and Victims, 30, 1037-1048.

Lynch, Kellie R. & T.K. Logan. 2015. Risk Factors in Arrest of Rural and Urban Female Victims of Intimate Partner Violence. Violence and Victims, 30, 488-501.

Magyarics, Casey L., Kellie R. Lynch, Jonathan M. Golding, & Anne Lippert. 2015. The Impact of Frequency of Behavior and Type of Contact on Judgments Involving a Criminal Stalking Case. Law and Human Behavior, 39, 602-613.

Moon, Byongook, Merry Morash, June Oh Jang, & SeokJin Jeong. 2015. Violence against Teachers in South Korea: Negative Consequences and Factors Leading to Emotional Distress. Violence and Victims, 30/2, 279-292.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, & Rob Tillyer. 2015. Maybe I Should Do This Alone: A Comparison of Co-Offending and Solo Robbery Outcomes. Justice Quarterly, 32, 1064-1088.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak, Rob Tillyer, & James Kelsay. 2015. The Nature and Influence of the Victim-Offender Relationship in Kidnapping Incidents. Journal of Criminal Justice, 43, 377-385.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak. 2015. The Relationship between Childhood Maltreatment and Adolescent Violent Victimization. Crime and Delinquency, 61, 973-995.

Tillyer, Marie Skubak. 2015. Victimization, Offending, and Perceived Risk for Early Violent Death. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 42, 529-545.

Tillyer, Rob, Richard D. Hartley & Jeffrey Ward. 2015. Differential Treatment of Female Defendants: Does Criminal History Moderate the Effect of Gender on Sentence Length in Federal Narcotics Cases? Criminal Justice and Behavior, 7, 703-721.