Faculty Publications 2013
Boggess, Lyndsay, Greenbaum, and Tita. "Does Crime Drive Housing Sales? Evidence from Los Angeles." Journal of Crime and Justice, 36:299-318.
Cochran, Joshua and Mears. "Social Isolation and Inmate Behavior: A Conceptual Framework for Theorizing Prison Visitation and Guiding and Assessing Research." Journal of Criminal Justice, 41(4):252-261.
Mears and Joshua Cochran. "What is the Effect of IQ on Offending?" Criminal Justice and Behavior, 40(11):1280-1300.
Mears, Joshua Cochran, and Beaver. "Self-Control Theory and Nonlinear Effects on Offending." Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 29(3):447-476.
Bingham, John K. Cochran and Kathleen Heide, "Public Support for Preventive/Corrective Remedies Against Miscarriages of Justice in Capital Cases." Justice Quarterly, 30(4), 594-618.
Wholl, Doug, Wilson Palacios, John K. Cochran, and Sellers. "The Feasibility of the Qualitative Meta-Synthesis: Professional Crime and Rational Choice." Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology, 1(1): 78-121.
Wen-Hsu, Richard Dembo, Sellers, John K. Cochran, and Tom Mieczkowski "Strain, Negative Emotions, and Juvenile Justice: The U.S. vs. Taiwan Case." International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 20:1-23.
Dembo, Richard, Rhissa Robinson, Barrett, Winters, Schmeidler, Ungaro, Karas, Belenko, and Laura Gulledge. "Mental Health, Substance use, and Delinquency Among Truant Youths in the Brief Intervention Project: A Longitudinal Study." Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 21: 176-192.
Fox, Bryanna, Farrington & Ttofi. "Successful Bullying Prevention Programs: Influence of Research Design Implementation Features, and Program Components". International Journal of Conflict and Violence, 6(2), 273-283.
Coupe and Bryanna Fox. "A Risky Business: How Do Access, Exposure and Guardians Affect the Chances of Non-Residential Burglars Being Seen?" Security Journal. (Advance online publication- doi:10.1057/sj.2012.44).
Chan, Kathleen Heide and Myers. "Juvenile and Adult Offenders Arrested for Sexual Homicide: An Analysis of Victim-Offender Relationship and Weapon Used by Race". Journal of Forensic Sciences, 58(1), 85-89.
Heide, Kathleen. "Matricide and Stepmatricide Victims and Offenders: An Empirical Analysis of U.S. Arrest Data". Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 31(2), 203-214.
Jennings, Wesley, Piquero, and Farrington. "Does Resting Heart Rate at Age 18 Distinguish General and Violent Offending Up to Age 50? Findings from the Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development". Journal of Criminal Justice, 41, 213-219.
Reingle, Wesley Jennings, and Komro. "A Case-Control Study of Risk and Protective Factors for Incarceration Among Urban Youth". Journal of Adolescent Health, 53, 471-477.
Jennings, Wesley, Zgoba, Piquero, and Reingle. "Offending Trajectories Among Native-Born and Foreign-Born Hispanics to Late Middle Age". Sociological Inquiry, 83, 622-647.
Baker, Metcalfe, and Wesley Jennings. "What are the Odds? Predicting Specialization in Offending Over the Life-Course". Criminal Justice & Behavior, 40, 909-932.
Reingle, Wesley Jennings, Maume, and Komro. "The Substance-Related Etiology of Teen Dating Violence Victimization: Does Gender Matter?". Women & Criminal Justice, 23, 185-208.
Piquero, Connell, Piquero, and Wesley Jennings. "Does Adolescent Bullying Distinguish Between Male Offending Trajectories in Late Middle Age?". Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 42, 444-453.
Reingle, Wesley Jennings, Lynne-Landsman, Cottler, and Maldonado-Molina. "Toward an Understanding of Risk and Protective Factors for Violence Among Adolescent Boys and Men: A Longitudinal Analysis". Journal of Adolescent Health, 52, 493-498.
Jennings, Wesley, Richards, Tomsich, Gover, and Rachael Powers. "A Critical Examination of the Causal Link Between Child Abuse and Adult Dating Violence Perpetration and Victimization from a Propensity-Score Matching Approach". Women & Criminal Justice, 23, 167-184.
Richards, Wesley Jennings, Tomsich, and Gover. "A Longitudinal Examination of Offending and Specialization Among a Sample of Massachusetts Domestic Violence Offenders". Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28, 643-662.
Piquero, Wesley Jennings, and Farrington. "The Monetary Costs of Crime to Middle Adulthood: Findings from the Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development". Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency, 50, 53-74.
Jennings, Wesley, Higgins, Akers, Khey, and Jason Dobrow. "Examining the Influence of Delinquent Peer Association on the Stability of Self-Control in Late Childhood and Early Adolescence: Toward an Integrated Theoretical Model". Deviant Behavior, 34, 407-422.
Jennings, Wesley. "On the Importance of the Journal of Criminal Justice Education: A Historical Analysis Using an Alternative Method". Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 33, 122-133.
Jones, Shayne. "Personality and Antisocial Behavior: Theoretical Perspectives". In J. B. Helfgott (Ed.), Criminal Psychology (pp. 189-207). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO/Praeger.
Jones, Shayne, Chan, Myers, and Kathleen Heide. "A Proposed Sexual Homicide Category: The Psychopathic-Sexually Sadistic Offender". In J. B. Helfgott (Ed.), Criminal Psychology (pp. 403-422). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO/Praeger.
Parks, Shayne Jones, and Hughey. "Belief, Truth, and Positive Organizational Deviance". Howard Law Journal, 56, 399-445.
Ray, Shayne Jones, Loughran, and Wesley Jennings. "Testing the Stability of Self-Control: Identifying Unique Developmental Patterns and Associated Risk Factors". Criminal Justice & Behavior, 40, 588-607.
Leiber, Michael. "Race, Pre- and Post-Adjudication Detention, and Juvenile Justice Decision Making" Crime & Delinquency, 59: 369-395.
Leiber, Michael and Jennifer Peck. "Probation Violations and Juvenile Justice Decision-Making: Implications for Blacks and Hispanics" Journal of Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice, 11(1): 60-78.
Leiber, Michael and Jennifer Peck "Race in Juvenile Justice and Sentencing Policy: An Overview of Research and Policy Recommendations" Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory & Practice. University of Minnesota Law School. Summer. No. 2. Pgs 331-368.
Lynch, Michael, Long, Barrett and Stretesky. "Is it a Crime to Produce Ecological Disorganization? Why Green Criminology and Political Economy Matter in the Analysis of Global Ecological Harms". British Journal of Criminology, 55, 3; 997-1016.
Lynch, Michael. "The Extraordinary Relevance of Gregg Barak's 'Theft of a Nation'". Western Criminological Review, 14,2 : 52-60. Stretesky, Long and Michael Lynch. "Does Environmental Enforcement Slow the Treadmill of Production? The Relationship Between Large Monetary Penalties, Ecological Disorganization and Toxic Releases within Offending Corporations." Journal of Crime and Justice, 36, 2: 235-249.
Lynch, Michael. "Reexamining Political Economy and Crime: Exploring the Crime Expansion and Drop." Journal of Crime and Justice, 36,2: 250-264.
Lynch, Michael. "Political Economy and Crime: An Overview." Journal of Crime and Justice, 36, 2: 138-140.
Lynch, Long and Stretesky. "Add Parsimony and Stir... Exploring the Explanation of State Crime." American Journal of Criminal Justice, 38, 1: 99-118.
Lynch, Michael and Stretesky. (2013). The Distribution of Water-Monitoring Organizations Across States: Implications for Community Policing. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 36,1: 6-26.
Mitchell, OJ, Caudy, and MacKenzie. "A Re-Analysis of the Self-Appraisal Questionnaire: Psychometric Properties and Predictive Validity." Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 57(4): 445-459.
Eggers, Amy, Wilson, Ojmarrh Mitchell, and MacKenzie. Drug Courts' Effects on Criminal Offending for Juveniles and Adults. No. 11 of Crime Prevention Research Review. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.
Mitchell, Ojmarrh. "The History of Boot Camps." Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Editors Gerben Bruinsma and David Weisburd.
Wilson, OJ Mitchell, and MacKenzie. "Drug Courts." Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Editors Gerben Bruinsma and David Weisburd.
Apel, Dugan, and Rachael Powers. "Gender and Injury Risk in Incidents of Assaultive Violence". Justice Quarterly, 30(4), 561-593.
Fogel, Dwayne Smith, and Bjerregaard. "Capital Punishment." In Cynthia Franklin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Work (20th ed.). Washington, DC: NASW Press/Oxford University Press. Available on-line here.
Gillespie, Richards, Givens, and Dwayne Smith. "Framing Deadly Domestic Violence: Why The Media's Spin Matters in Newspaper Coverage of Femicide." Violence Against Women, 19:222-244.
Green, Zaller, Wilson R. Palacios, Bowman, Ray, Heimer, and Case. "Law Enforcement Attitudes toward Overdose Prevention and Response." Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 133:677.684.
Heimer, Grau, Wilson R. Palacios, Barbour, and Nichols. "Characteristics and the Influence of Towns of Residence on Health Status, Injection Behaviors, and Prevention Knowledge of Drug Injectors Who Reside in the Suburbs of Southwestern Connecticut." AIDS & Behavior, DOI 10.1007/s10461-013-0572-3.
Root, Carl, Ferrell, and Wilson R. Palacios. "Brutal Serendipity: Criminological Verstehen and Victimization" Critical Criminology, 21:141-155. First Published on 19th of April (iFirst), DOI: 10.1007/s10612-013-9181-8.
Romero-Daza, Baldwin, Williamson, Tilley, Chan, Tewell, and Wilson R. Palacios. "Syndemic Theory as a Model for Training and Mentorship to Address HIV/AIDS Among Latinos in the U.S." Annals of Anthropological Practice, 36(2): 232-256.