Faculty Publications 2021
Maimon, D., *Howell, C. J., & Burruss, G. W. (2021). Restrictive deterrence and the scope of hackers’ reoffending: Findings from
two randomized field trials. Computers in Human Behavior, 125, 106943.
Burruss, G.W., Jaynes, C.M., Moule R., *Fairchild, R. (2021). Modeling Individual Non-Compliance with Covid-19 Pandemic Mitigation Behaviors: Insights from the Expanded Model of Deterrence and Protection Motivation Theories. Criminal Justice & Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1177/00938548211010315
Burruss, G.W., *Howell, J., Maimon, D., and *Wang., F. (2021). Website defacer classification: a finite mixture model approach. Social Science Computer Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0894439321994232
Fox, Bryanna, Kathleen M. Heide, Noriar Khachatryan,* Cedric Michel, and John K. Cochran. “Juveniles Arrested for Murder: A Latent Class Analysis of Male Offenders.” Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 39(4): 470-491. doi: 10.1002/bsl.2531.
Saeed Kabiri, Sevyedeh (Shamila) Shadmanfaat, Christopher Donner, and John K. Cochran. “An Integrated Model of Athletes’ PED Use: A Test of Low Self-Control, Opportunity, Deviant Peer Associations, and Control Deficit.” Deviant Behavior, 42(10): 1313-1328. doi: 10.1080/01639625.2019.1637996
Shadmanfaat, Shamila,* Dustin Richardson,* John K. Cochran, Saeed Kabiri, Caitlyn Muniz,* and Christian Howell.* “Cyberbullying against Rivals: Application of Key Theoretical Concepts Derived from Situational Action Theory.” Deviant Behavior, 42(12): 1549-1564. doi: 10.1080/01639625.2020.1762452
Kabiri, Saeed, Seyyedeh (Shamilla) Masoomeh Shadmanfaat, Hayden Smith, and John K. Cochran. “Aggression in Soccer Fan’s: A Test of Akers’ Social Learning Theory.” Deviant Behavior, 42(12): 1582-1595. doi: 10.1080.01639625.2020.1763119.
Kabiri, Saeed,Seyyedeh Masoomeh (Sahamila) Shadmanfaat, Christopher Jordan Howell,* Christopher Donner, and John K. Cochran. “Performance Enhancing Drug Use among Professional Athletes: A Longitudinal Test of Social Learning Theory.” Crime & Delinquency, doi: 10.1177/0011128719901111.
Ngo, Fawn, Chae Jaynes, and John K. Cochran. “Low Self-Control, Adventurer Tourist Personality Type, and Tourism Victimization: An Exploratory Study.” Victims and Offenders, doi: 10.1080/15564886.2021.2014008. accepted (11/29/2021).
L.G Marcelin, T. Cela, R. Dembo, M. Jean-Gilles, B. Page, D. Demezier, R. Clement, & R. Waldman. Remote delivery of a therapeutic intervention to court mandated youths of Haitian descent during COVID-19. Journal of Community Psychology.
R. Dembo, J. Wareham, J. Schmeidler, & J. Wolff, An Exploration of the Effects of Sexual Assault Victimization among Justice-Involved Youth: Urbanity, Race/Ethnicity, and Sex Differences. Victims and Offenders.
L.H. Marcelin, R. Dembo, T. Cela, C. Burgos, M. Copeland, & B. Page. Collaboration as process: The making of a partnership to serve at-risk youths of Haitian descent. Annals of Anthropological Practice.
G. A. Wasserman, L. S. McReynolds, F.S. Taxman, S. Belenko, K.S. Elkington, A.A. Robertson, M.L. Dennis, D.K. Knight, H. K. Knudsen, R. Dembo, A. Ciarleglio, & T. R. A. Wiley, The Missing Link(age): Multilevel Contributions to Service Uptake Failure Among Youths on Community Service Supervision. Psychiatric Services.
J.M. Krupa, R. Dembo, J. Schmeidler, J, Wolff, & J. Wareham. Health Risk and Risk Factors among Justice Involved Girls: Does Race and Place Matter? Deviant Behavior.
Richard Dembo, Julie M. Krupa, Jennifer Wareham, Jessica Wolff, Ralph J. DiClemente, and James Schmeidler. Latent Class Analysis of Exposure to Childhood Trauma and Health Risks among Justice-Involved Youth: An Approach towards Gender Differences. New Frontiers in Medicine and Medical Research. London: BP International
Welsh, W. N., Dembo, R., Lehman, W. E., Bartkowski, J. P., Hamilton, L., Leukefeld, C. G., & Wiley, T. (2021). Critical factors influencing Interorganizational relationships between juvenile probation and behavioral health agencies. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 48, 233-249.
Wareham, J., Dembo, R., Krupa, J., Faber, J., Terminello, A., & Cristiano, J. (2021). Gender differences in an exploratory model of family problems and stress-related experiences among justice-involved youth. Victims & Offenders, 16(6), 819-846.
Dembo, R., Krupa, J. M., Faber, J., DiClemente, R. J., Wareham, J., & Schmeidler, J. (2021). An Examination of Gender Differences in Bullying among Justice-involved Adolescents. Deviant
Behavior, 42(2), 268-287.
Deryol, R., Wilcox, P., & Stone, S. (2021). Individual risk, country-level social support, and
bullying and cyberbullying victimization among youths: a cross-national study. Journal of
interpersonal Violence, https://doi.org/10.1177/08862605211015226.
Duru, H., Deryol, R., & Cam, T. (2021). Adherence to street code and violent victimization and delinquent offending of youth in Turkey: An analysis of mediation and moderation effects. European Journal of Criminology, https://doi.org/10.1177/14773708211006991.
Fox, B., Miley*, L.N., Kortright*, K., & Wetsman**, R. (2021). Assessing the effect of mental health courts on adult and juvenile recidivism: A meta-analysis. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 46(4), 644-664.
Jackson, D., Testa, A., & Fox, B. (2021). Adverse childhood experiences and digital media use among U.S. children. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 60(4), 462-470.
Fox, B., Moule, R. K., Jaynes, C., & Parry, M. (2021). Are the effects of legitimacy and its components invariant?: Operationalization and the generality of Sunshine and Tyler's empowerment hypothesis. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 58(1), 3-40.
Fox, B. & Holt, T. J. (2021). Use of a multi-theoretic model to understand and classify juvenile computer hacking behavior. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 48(7), 943-963.
Reid, J. A., Fox, B., Bilali*, K., & Diaz*, J. (2021). Personality traits and male vulnerability to commercial sexual exploitation victimisation. Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health, 31(2), 120-130.
Moule, R. K. & Fox, B. (2021). The code of the street and offending: A meta-analysis. Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice, 19(2), 227-247.
Fox, B., Kortright*, K., Gill*, L., Oramas Mora*, D., Moule, R. K., & Verona, E. (2021). Heterogeneity in the continuity and change of early and adult risk factor profiles of incarcerated individuals: A latent transition analysis. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 19(1), 68-93.
Moule, R. & Fox, B. (Eds.) (2021). Contemporary Issues in American Policing. Routledge. ISBN: 978-0-367-71485-7.
(Chapter) Fox, B., Burckley* J., & Corona*, A. (2021). Psychological profiling and sex offenders: A review of the research and recommendations for police investigations. In N. Deslauriers-Varin & C. Bennell (Eds.), Criminal Investigations of Sexual Offenses: Investigative Techniques and Operational Challenges. Springer
DeLisi, M. & Fox, B. (2021). Psychopathy is integral to understanding homicide and violence. In M. Paulino, P. Marques & K. Alho (Eds.), Psychopathy and Criminal Behavior: Current Trends and Challenges. Elsevier
Fox, B. (2021). Offender profiling: A review of the research and state of the field. In M. Paulino & P. Marques (Eds.), Police Psychology (pp. 381-394). Elsevier
Pieri, Z.P., & Grosholz, J.G. (2021). “Soldiers of the faith”: A comparative analysis of white power songs and Islamist nasheeds. Deviant Behavior. Advance Online Publication. doi:10.1080/01639625.2021.1994359
Semenza, D.C., Stansfield, R., Grosholz, J.M., & Link, N. (2021). The community consequences of eviction: A longitudinal analysis of crime in Philadelphia neighborhoods. Crime & Delinquency. Advance Online Publication. doi:10.1177/00111287211035989
Fogel, S.J., Ringhoff, D., Lersch, K., & Grosholz, J.M. (2021). Returning citizens and points of entry: Is there a match? Families in Society. Advance Online Publication. doi:10.1177/1044389420956436
Grosholz, J.M., & Semenza, D.C. (2021). Health conditions and victimization among incarcerated individuals in U.S. jails. Journal of Criminal Justice. 74, 101797. doi:10.1016/j.jcrimjus.2021.101797
Fox, B.H., Heide, K.M., Khachatryan, N., Michel, C., Cochran, J.K. (2021). Juveniles Arrested for Murder: A Latent Class Analysis of Male Offenders. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 39(4), 470-491. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/bsl.2527
Heide, K.M. (2021). Juvenile homicide offenders: Why They Were Involved in Serious Crime., Behavioral Sciences & the Law 39(4), pp. 492-505. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/bsl.2530
Hubbell, J.T., Heide, K.M., & Wagers, S.M. (2021). Adopted Children Who Kill Their Adoptive Parents: An Examination of Attachment Theory. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 39(4), pp. 450-469. https://doi.org/10.1002/bsl.2529
Heide, K.M. (2021). Killing of Parents in Humans. In T.K. Shackelford (Ed.), The SAGE Handbook of Domestic Violence, Volume 2 (pp. 892-909. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Hubbell, J.T., Heide, K.M., & Khachatryan, N. (2021). Children who kill their adoptive parents: Case characteristics and illustrations. (pp. 131-154). In Fitz-Gibbon, K, Douglas, H., & Maher, JM (Ed.), Young People Using Family Violence. Springer Publishing.
Chae Testa, A., Jackson, D.B., Turney, K., Jaynes, C.M. (2021). Police Contact and Future Orientation from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: Findings from the Pathways to Desistance Study. Criminology, 60(2): 263-290.
Jaynes, C.M., Moule Jr., R.K., Hubbell*, J.T., M.R. Santos (2021). Impulsivity or Discounting?: Evaluating the Influence of Individual Differences in Temporal Orientation on Offending. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. DOI:10.1007/s10940-021-09518-5.
Moule, R.K., Burruss, G.W., Jaynes, C.M., Weaver*, C.., Fairchild*, R. (2021). Concern, Cynicism, and the Coronavirus: Assessing the Influence of Instrumental and Normative Factors on Individual Defiance of COVID-19 Mitigation Guidelines. Crime & Delinquency. DOI:10.1177/00111287221074962
Jaynes, C.M., & Wilson, T.H. (2021). Dreading Delayed Punishment: Reconceptualizing Sanction ‘Celerity.’ Journal of Crime and Justice.DOI:10.1080/0735648X.2021.199183
Ngo, F., Jaynes, C.M., Cochran, J., Piquero, A.R. (2021). Tourist Personality Type, Low Self-Control, and Tourism Victimization: An Exploratory Study. Victims & Offenders. DOI:10.1080/15564886.2021.2014008
Burruss, G.W, Jaynes, C.M., Moule Jr., R.K., Fairchild*, R.E. (2021). Modeling Individual Defiance of COVID-19 Pandemic Mitigation Strategies: Insights from the Expanded Model of Deterrence and Protection Motivation Theories. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 48(9): 1317-1338
Fox, B., Moule, R. K., Jaynes, C.M., Perry, M. M. (2021). Are the Effects of Legitimacy and its Components Invariant?: Operationalization and the Generality of Sunshine and Tyler's Empowerment Hypothesis. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency,58(1): 3-40.
Lee, J., Jaynes, C.M., Ropp*, J. (2021). Satisfaction, Legitimacy, and Guilty Pleas: How Perceptions and Attorneys Affect Defendant Decision-Making. Justice Quarterly, 36(6): 1095-1127.
Centelles, Vanessa*, Ráchael A. Powers, and Richard K. Moule Jr. An examination of location-based real-time dating application infrastructure, profile feature and cybervictimization. Social Media and Society. DOI: 10.1177/20563051211043218. Fine,
Adam D., Richard K. Moule Jr., Rick Trinkner, Elizabeth Cauffman, Laurence Steinberg, and Paul J. Frick. In press.
Legal socialization and individual belief in the code of the streets: A theoretical
integration and longitudinal test. Justice Quarterly. DOI: 10.1080/07418825.2021.1944285.
Jaynes, Chae M., Richard K. Moule Jr., James Hubbell*, and Mateus Renno Santos. In Press. Impulsivity or discounting?: Evaluating the influence of individual differences in temporal orientation of offending. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. DOI: 10.1007/s10940-021-09518-5.
Pyrooz, David C., Meghan M. Mitchell, Richard K. Moule Jr., and Scott H. Decker. In press. Look who’s talking: The snitching paradox in a representative sample of prisoners. British Journal of Criminology. DOI:10.1093/bjc/azaa103.
Burruss, George W., Chae M. Jaynes, Richard K. Moule Jr., and Rachel E. Fairchild*. 2021. Modeling individual non-compliance with Covid-19 pandemic mitigation behaviors: Insights from the expanded model of deterrence and protection motivation theories. Criminal Justice and Behavior 48: 1317-1338.
Ngo, Fawn T., Nicole L. Piquero, Nicholas J. Mastracchio & Alex R. Piquero (2021). Sexual Harassment among Male and Female Public Accountants: An Exploratory Study. Deviant Behavior, 43, 556-572. DOI: 10.1080/01639625.2021.1890534.
Ngo, Fawn T., Jaynes, Chae, Cochran, John, & Piquero, Alex R. (2021). Low self-control, the adventurer personality, and victimization: A tourism evaluation. Victims & Offender: An International Journal of Evidence-based Research, Policy, and Practice. DOI:10.1080/15564886.2021.2014008.
Fernández Cruz, Victoria & Ngo, Fawn. T. (2021). Stalking victimization and emotional consequences: a cross-cultural comparison between American and Spanish university students. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. DOI:10.1177/0306624X21990816.
Victoria Fernández-Cruz, José R Agustina, Fawn T Ngo (2021). An exploratory investigation of traditional stalking and cyberstalking victimization among university students in Spain and the United States: A comparative analysis. IDP: revista d'Internet. DOI:10.7238/idp.v0i32.373814
Jeanis, M.N., Powers, R.A., Miley, L.N., Shunick, C.E., and Storms, M. (2021). The new milk carton campaign: An analysis of social media engagement with missing persons cases. Social Forces, 100(2), 454-476.
Moule, R.K., and Powers, R.A. (2021). An experimental assessment of third parties as potential guardians: Victim gender, conflict, and individual perceptions of social situations. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 36(13-14), 7740-7764.
Uggen, C., Powers, R.A., McLaughlin, H., and Blackstone, A. (2021). Toward a criminology of sexual harassment. Annual Review of Criminology, 4(21), 33-51.
Barn, R., and Powers, R.A. (2021). Rape myth acceptance in contemporary times: A comparative study of India and the UK. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 36(7-8), 3514-3535.
Hayes, B.E., Powers, R.A., and O’Neal, E.N. (2021). What’s under the regalia? An examination of campus concealed weapon carrying behavior and attitudes towards policies. Journal of School Violence, 20(2), 101-113.
Jennings, W.G., Powers, R.A., and Perez, N.M. (2021). A review of the effects of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) on law enforcement. Violence Against Women, 27(1), 69-83.
Centelles, V., Powers, R.A., and Moule, R.K. (2021). An examination of location-based real-time dating application infrastructure, profile features, and cybervictimization. Social Media + Society, 7(3), 1-11
Muniz, C., Powers, R.A., and Leili, J. (2021). The influence of gender on perceptions of culpability and victim status in statutory rape offenses involving teachers. Sexual Abuse, 33(5), 529-551
Chamberlain, A.W., Boggess, L.N., and Powers, R.A. (2021). Neighborhood predictors of the gendered structure of non-lethal violent interactions. Social Science Research, 96, 102545
Muniz, C., and Powers, R.A. (2021). Applying the classic rape scenario to robbery: An examination of situational characteristics and reporting victimization to police. Journal of Criminal Justice, 72, 101737
Reid, Joan A., Tiffany Chenneville, Sarah Gardy, & Michael Baglivio (2021). An Exploratory Study of COVID-19’s Impact on Psychological Distress and Antisocial Behavior among Justice-Involved Youth. Crime & Delinquency. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F00111287211054729
Baglivio, Michael, Kevin Wolff, Joan A. Reid, Alex R. Piquero & Sherry Jackson (2021). Did Juvenile Domestic Violence Offending Change During COVID-19? Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F15412040211047266
Doody, J. Sean, Joan. A. Reid, Klejdis Bilali, Jennifer Diaz & Nichole Mattheus (2021). In the Post-COVID-19 Era, Is the Illegal Wildlife Trade the Most Serious Form of Trafficking? Crime Science. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40163-021-00154-9
Reid, Joan A., Bryanna Fox, Klejdis Bilali & Jennifer Diaz (2021). Personality Traits and Male Vulnerability to Commercial Sexual Exploitation Victimization. Criminal Behavior & Mental Health, 31(2), 120-130. https://doi.org/10.1002/cbm.2189
Reid, Joan A. & Thomas A. Loughran (2021). A Latent Class Typology of Justice-Involved Youth Victims and Exploration of Trauma-Related Psychological Symptoms. Justice Quarterly, 38(2), 181-195.https://doi.org/10.1080/07418825.2019.159570
Reid, Joan A. (2021) Human Trafficking. The International Encyclopedia of Ethics. West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons.https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444367072.wbiee951
Santos, M. R., Testa, A., Weiss, D.B. (2021). Inflation and cross-national homicide: Assessing nonlinear and moderation effects across 65 countries, 1965–2015. International Criminal Justice Review, 31(2), 122-139. https://doi.org/10.1177/1057567720981624
Santos, M. R., Lu, Y., & Fairchild, R. (2021). Age, period, and cohort differences between the homicide trends of Canada and the United States. The British Journal of Criminology, 61(2), 389-413. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azaa080
(Chapter) Concha-Eastman, A., Muñoz, A., & Santos, M. R. (2021). Homicides in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Latin America. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190926557.013.46
Weiss, D. B., Santos, M. R., & Testa, A. (2021). Operationalizing the “American Dream”: A comparison of approaches. International Criminology, (1)4, 281-298. https://doi.org/10.1007/s43576-021-00023-0
Santos, M. R., Jacobson, D., & Georgiev, G. G. (2021). The cross-national relationship between women’s autonomy and long-term homicide trends. International Criminology, (1)4, 299-314. https://doi.org/10.1007/s43576-021-00025-y
(Chapter) Santos, M. R. (2021). How Changing Inequality Predicts Homicides Trends: A Longitudinal Analysis across 126 Countries, 1990-2017. In International Association of Universities & United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (Eds.), Higher Education engages with SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions (pp. 37-52). Paris, France: International Association of Universities. Retrieved from https://www.iau-aiu.net/Higher-Education-engages-with-SDG-16-Peace-Justice-and-Strong-Institutions-1298
Testa, A., Weiss, D. B., Santos, M. R. (2021). Opioid mortality, public health care expenditures, and cross-national homicide rates: findings from 25 OECD countries, 2000–2017. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00127-021-02177-8
Santos, M. R., Weiss, D. B., & Testa, A. (2021). International migration and cross-national homicide: Considering the role of economic development. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice. https://doi.org/10.1080/01924036.2020.1844250
Chen, Fei-Lin, Ivan Sun, Yuning Wu, S.-Y. Kevin Wang. (2021) “Does officer self-legitimacy mediate the linkage between internal and external procedural justice? Evidence from Taiwanese police officers” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 44(5): 893-908.
Wang, S.-Y. Kevin, & Ming-Li Hsieh. (2021 ) "Digital robbery” Springer International Publishing.
Hsieh, Ming-Li, S.-Y. Kevin Wang, & Liqun Cao. (2021) "Understanding cyberbullying victimization from an integrated approach: Offline preventive attributes and behavior problems do matter" Victims & Offenders, 16(4): 610-630.