Papers and panels at conferences
Developmental and Life-Course Papers Presented at the 2012 ASC Annual Conference
Adams, E.B. Erasing the mark of a criminal past.
Ahonen, L., Degner, J., & Yursza-Warfield, G.A.R. Criminogenic needs in treatment of juveniles: Inventory and relevance.
Anderson, V.R., Stevens, T., Yingling, J., Davidson, W.S., & Morash, M. Triangulating evidence for gender-responsive risk and needs assessment in the juvenile justice system: A mixed method exploration.
Antonaccio, O., Tittle, C.R., & Brauer, J.R. Supported and coerced? A cross-site investigation of the effects of social support and coercion on criminal probability.
Apel, R., & Horney, J. Work instability and crime among adult male offenders.
Augimeri, L., & Walsh, M. An evidence-based approach for children under 12 focused on self-regulation and self-control.
Bachman, R., & Paternoster, R. Testing an identity theory of desistance: The long and winding road to a drug and crime free life.
Baetz, C., & Widom, C. S. Does having a relationship with a significant adult reduce the risk of delinquency for maltreated children?
Bakken, N.W., Visher, C., & Gunter, W.D. Fatherhood and incarceration: The role of children and familial attachment in the transition from prison.
Barnes, A.R., Campbell, C.A., Petersen, J.L., Anderson, V.R., Onifade, E., & Davidson, W.S. The youth level of service/case management inventory: Predicting recidivism for white and non-white juvenile offenders.
Barnes, J.C. Analyzing the origins of life-course-persistent offending: The role of self-control as an endophenotype.
Belknap, J., Lynch, S., DeHart, D., Green, B.L. Jail staff members’ views on jailed women’s mental health, trauma, offending, rehabilitation and reentry.
Bell, V., Van Voorhis, P., & Gehring, K. Co-occurring risk factors for male offenders: Results from exploratory research.
Beneby, D. The fourth grade failure syndrome: Investigating black boys’ early school bonds, turning points and delinquent life trajectories.
Bersani, B., & Di Pietro, S. Immigrant assimilation and desistence from crime: Examining the effect of marriage on offending among U.S. immigrants
Besemer, S., Farrington, D.P., Bijleveld, C. Official bias, labeling and intergenerational transmission.
Birch, I.G. Empirical testing of diet on violence using add health data.
Blokland, A., & van der Geest, V. Life course transitions and desistance in sex offenders: an event history analysis.
Boers, K., Seddig, D., & Reinecke, A.J. Theoretical modeling of delinquency in the life course.
Boisvert, D. Marriage, employment, and criminal behavior: A behavioral genetic analysis.
Boonstoppel, S. Placing parenthood in perspective: How having kids influences involvement in crime for formerly sanctioned at-risk young adults.
Bosick, S.J., & Rennison, C.M. The relationship between adult role statuses and the risk of victimization.
Boutwell, B.B., Barnes, J.C., Wright, J. P. Beaver, K.M. Race differences in intelligence, family adversity, and externalizing problems in a nationally representative sample of children.
Boutwell, B.B., Armstrong, T. Measures of genetic risk for antisocial behavior in an incarcerated sample.
Brame, R. The pathways to desistance study: Using the data to examine developmental trends.
Brown, M.P. Community risk and protective factors for delinquency: The contemporary context.
Brown, S. L., Demuth, S., & Rocheleau, G. C. Early childhood predictors of self-control.
Bruell, C.E. Coercion, social support, and self-efficacy: Exploring the relationships with crime
Bubolz, B. Desistance from gangs: The importance of disillusionment, stress, and identity in the decision to change.
Buchanan, M. Effects of parental incarceration on offspring’s criminal justice and mental health outcomes.
Bunch, J., Clay-Warner, J., & Simons, R. The cycle of crime: Examining the processes linking offending and victimization
Burkes, K.J., Bales, B., & Hay, C. The impact of marriage and employment on prisoner reentry outcomes: A test of social bond theory.
Cale, J., Leclerc, B., Dowling, C., & Smallbone, S. The utility of the criminal career framework in the clinical context with adolescent sex offenders.
Cantara, P. Predicting the presence of mental health and substance use diagnoses among former foster care youth.
Carlock, A.L. & Lizzotte, A.J. Blood in blood out? Exploring motives for gang desistance
Carlson, C.R., Gibson, C., Osho, G.S. Mental health and juvenile delinquency: adolescent predisposition or psychosis?
Carlsson, C. Masculinities, persistence, and desistance from crime: Findings from a Swedish study of life-courses and crime.
Carriaga, M.L. Closing the maturity gap: Exploring the relationship between changes in the maturity gap and adolescence-limited offending.
Castro, J.M., Cardoso, C.S., & Agra, C. Juvenile delinquency: A crosstalk between individual and contextual factors.
Chauhan, P., & Widom, C. S. Pathways from child maltreatment to alcohol use inmiddle adulthood: The role of adolescent and young adult problem behaviors and neighborhood characteristics.
Chaviano, N., & Beaver, K.M. Corporal punishment and antisocial outcomes in children: The role of genetic risk factors.
Chen, F. Reduced amygdala volumes in proactively aggressive female children.
Childs, K., Ryals, J. Frick, P. Examining the validity of the structured assessment of violence risk in youth (SAVRY) for predicting probation outcomes among adjudicated juvenile offenders.
Choy, O., Raine, A., Portnoy, J., Rudo-Hutt, A., Gao, Y., & Soyfer, L. Low heart rate, child psychopathy, and proactive aggression in females.
Cobbina, J., Oliver, W., & Berg, M. “Where you live and how you live matters”: How neighborhood context influences recidivism and desistance among female offenders.
Colarusso, J.A., Miller, H.A., & Bouffard, J. A. The relationship between psychopathy, arousal, and decisions to offend.
Comfort, M., Turney, K., & Wakefield, S. Unemployment and relationship tensions following men’s release from prison.
Connolly, E.J., & Beaver, K.M. Examining the genetic and environmental influences on self-control and delinquency: Results from a genetically informative analysis of sibling pairs.
Corrado, R.R., & McCuish, E.C. A lifestyles theoretical perspective on patterns of substance use and offending profiles of juvenile offenders.
Costa, E., Gibson, C., & Simons, R. The malleability of self-control: A biosocial investigation of genetic, peer, and parenting influences.
Costello, B., & Hope, T. The dynamics of peer influence on deviant and prosocial behavior.
Couvrette, A., Brochu, S., & Plourde, C. Being an addicted criminal mother: An understanding of intricate relationships
Coyne, M. A., & Wright, J. P. The stability of self-control in early childhood.
Craig, J. The military’s role in desistance.
Crank, B.R. Relating deviant identities to criminal involvement and the process of desistance.
Cruze, J.R., & Sims-Blackwell, B. Bullying typologies: Are there different pathways that lead children into bullying behaviors?
Cundiff, P. Great unmet expectations: The impact of adolescent educational expectations on deviant behavior during the transition to adulthood.
Daigle, L., & Muftic, L. R. The victim-offender overlap in intimate partner violence: The role of individual-level and risky lifestyle factors.
Day, S. E., Bazemore, G., & Pennell, J. T. A crossover population study: Comparing delinquency outcomes.
De Giorgi, A. Return to ghost town: Narratives of incarceration and reentry in a West Oakland neighborhood.
DeHart, D., Lynch, S., Belknap, J., Green, B.L., Using life history calendars to identify risk trajectories and dynamics of the trauma-offending link.
Demuth, S., Brown, S. L., & Rocheleau, G. C. How important is self-control as a predictor of delinquency?
Denno, D. Courts’ increasing consideration of behavioral genetics evidence in criminal cases: Results of a longitudinal study.
Denver, M. Retesting at-risk youth in the GRYD prevention program: Measuring progress
Dhamija, D., Tuvblad, C., Raine, A., & Baker, L.A. The heritability of empathy in 14-16 year-old twins.
Dong, B., & Gibson, C. Cognitive skills and juvenile delinquency: Can good neighborhoods protect not-so-clever kids?
Early, K.W., Baglivio, M., & Blankenship, J. Predictive validity of the Florida Positive Achievement Change Tool (PACT) Risk Assessment Instrument: An examination of the influence of dispositional placement and individual criminal and social history indicators.
Eisner, M.P., & Obsuth, I. Effects of an early universal intervention on adolescent delinquency and substance use.
Enzmann, D. Juvenile delinquency and norm transmission strength of family and school.
Espelage, D., De La Rue, L., & Ryan, J. Does bullying involvement predict arrest rates among early adolescents? Results from a 2-year longitudinal study.
Evans-Chase, M., Kim, M., & Zhou, H. Risk-taking and self-regulation: A systematic review of age effects in analyses of delinquency outcomes.
Evans, M. K. The effect of learning disabilities on delinquency among youth: A meta-analysis.
Fagan, A. A., Hanson, K., Arthur, M., & Hawkins, J. D. The implementation of prevention programs in the community youth development study.
Fagan, A.A. Family influences on crime and policy implications.
Farrington, D. P., Ttofi, M. M., & Losel, F. A. Bullying perpetration and victimization as risk factors for drug use later in life.
Farrington, D.P., & Portnoy, J. Resting heart rate and antisocial behavior: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Fetzer, M.D., Ricketts, M., & Higgins, G. Parental regulation and delinquency in a sample of African Americans: A trajectory analysis.
Fitzgibbon, W., & Young, T. The role of the family in facilitating gang membership, criminality and exit.
Focquaert, F. Biomedical treatment of offenders: A neuroethical perspective.
Fontaine, N., Berg, M ., McCrory, E.J.P., Viding, E. Trajectories of callous unemotional traits in children and peer victimization in adolescence.
Ford, J. Depression and delinquency: The moderating roles of peer delinquency and social bonds.
Foster, H., & Brooks-Gunn, J. Multi-level risk and protective factors for school victimization in middle childhood.
Freedman, F. L., & Corrado, R. R. Assessing the role of placement in foster care in the prediction of antisocial behaviors of incarcerated serious and violent young offenders
Ganao, J. Unpacking risk factors for delinquency for African American males and females: Are African Americans a monolith?
Gao, Y., & Tang, S. Prenatal testosterone, psychopathy, and moral judgment: A biosocial perspective.
Gibson, C., & Antle, K. Human agency, street efficacy, and violent victimization among youth: A study of urban disadvantaged neighborhoods.
Gilliard-Matthews, S., & Stevens, R. Navigating risk: The impact of neighborhood effects on female adolescent sexual and substance use behaviors.
Gilman, A. B., Hill, K. G., & Hawkins, J. D. The developmental dynamics of joining a gang in adolescence: Patterns and predictors of gang membership onset in adolescence.
Glenn, A. Biological research on antisocial behavior and its implications for the law.
Gower, A.L., McMorris, B.J., & Sieving, R.E. Exposure to violence as a predictor of girls’ trajectories of violence perpetration.
Greenman, S.J., & Ireland, T.O. The impact of adolescent gang membership on involvement in intimate partner violence during adulthood.
Gregory, C., & Frame, M. Homicide, suicide and accidental death: applying life course theory to victimization.
Grigoryeva, M.S. Parenting, child disclosure, and delinquency: A structural equation panel model.
Gunderman, M. V. Methamphetamine use and motherhood.
Hair, E.C. Engagement in criminal activity from adolescence to young adulthood: The role of protective factors.
Hamilton, L., Koehler, J., Loesel, F.A. a survey of young offender rehabilitation programs in Europe.
Harper, A.J. Adolescent sex and delinquency: The birds and the bees, deviance, and your teens.
Harris, D.A. Desistance from sexual offending: The impact of policies that restrict employment and residence.
Harrison, A.J., Abram, K.M., Welty, L.J., McCoy, K.P., & Teplin, L. Development and persistence of alcohol and drug use disorders: A longitudinal study of delinquent youth.
Hayden, E.A. Relationship typologies and female offending: A life course analysis.
Henderson, B. B., Jones, S., & Lynam, D. R. Interactive effects: Peers, sensation seeking, and substance use.
Hennigan, K. Identifying at-risk youth: The youth services evaluation tool
Hershfied, J.A., Welty, L.J., Teplin, L., & Abram, K.M. Trajectories of substance use disorders: A 12-year longitudinal study of delinquent youth
Hissel, S., Bijleveld, C., Schuengel, C., & van der Laan, P. H. Children of incarcerated mothers: The relationship between mother-child contact, caregiving instability and problem behavior.
Hoeben, E.M., Weerman, F. Functional settings of unstructured socializing and adolescent offending
Homel, R.J., Freiberg, K., & Branch, S. Prevention delivery systems in disadvantaged communities: Lessons from the pathways to prevention project.
Hoskin, A. W., & Ellis, L. Criminality and the 2D:4D digit ratio: Evidence of prenatal androgen influences.
Huck, J., & Edwards, M. Bullying in college: How it connects to deviance, crime, and past bullying experiences.
Ireland, T.O., & Henry, K.L. Pathways for continuity: Family violence exposure and subsequent perpetration of intimate partner violence using item response theory.
Ishoy, G. Measuring the impact of parenting practices on the development of self-control in children: A meta-analysis.
Jackson, D.B., & Beaver, K.M. Examining the link between indicators of malnutrition and low self-control.
Jacobsen, S.K. Quantity or quality? The interconnections among household structure, parent-child relationships, and juvenile delinquency.
James, C. van der Laan, P. H., Stams, G. J. J. M., & Asscher, J. Aftercare programs for reducing recidivism among juvenile and young adult offenders: A systematic review
Janssen, H. Parenting and exposure to criminogenic settings.
Jeong, S.J., & Kwak, D.H. Predicting victimization by school bullying.
Jolliffe, D., Turnbull, P., & McSweeney, T. Are levels of empathy predictive of later reoffending?
Jolly, N., & Harris, D.A. Life after expungement: Preliminary findings from the SJSU Record Clearance Project.
Kamerdze, A.S. Exploring the relationship between educational attainment and crime.
Kanter, D., Woods, S., Augimeri, L., Walsh, M. Tough on crime policies at odds with early intervention research: Position paper
Kaukinen, C., Powers, R., & Meyer, S. Using victimization data to estimate childhood exposure to intimate partner violence.
Keenan, C. B., Doogan, N., Haynie, D. L., & Soller, B. Friendship dynamics and homophily on sex behaviors: Selection of influence?
Kennard, J., Wical, N., & Daly, R. The impact of school climate and policy on delinquency and justice system careers.
Kerrison, E.M. Second-chance grandparenting: how an (un)conventional role may impact the desistance process.
Kim, J., & Bushway, S. Study on the age-crime relationship using longitudinal self-report data.
Kim, M., & Lemmey, S.M. Impacts of marital conflicts on future delinquency of the child: A review and synthesis of recent literature.
Koegl, C.J. Childhood, personality and clinical predictors of recidivism for 528 Canadian offenders.
Koehler, J., Loesel, F.A., Akoensi, T.D., & Humphreys, D. A systematic review and meta-analysis on the effects of young offender correctional treatment programs in Europe.
Krieg, A.R. The transmission of alcohol use from parent to child: A life-course perspective
Krohn, M. D., Chu, R., Lizotte, A. J., Thornberry, T. P., Carlock, A. L., & Emmert, A. D. Intergenerational consistency of parents and children on Achenbach CBCL Behaviors.
Kuch, J., Mears, D.P., & Siennick, S. Family size and delinquency: A comprehensive examination.
Kuklinski, M., Briney, J., Hawkins, J. D., & Catalano, R. Communities that care is a good investment: A cost-benefit analysis of eighth grade prevention effects.
Landers, M., & Mitchell, O.F. Teenage fatherhood as a potential turning point in the lives of delinquent youth.
Larson, M., & Wallace, D. Untangling the ties that bind: Marriage, marital transitions, and recidivism.
Lee, A. The effects of the label of mental illness on offending through the life course.
Lemmey, S.M., & Hsu, C.F. Illicit drug use among high school seniors in the United States from 1976 to 2009: An analysis of the utility of competing criminological paradigms.
Liu, S. Post-Peak age analysis of crime by gender from a life course perspective.
Loesel, F.A., Jaursch, S., Runkel, D., & Stemmler, M. Long-term evaluation of a parent- and child-oriented prevention program: From preschool to adolescence.
Loughran, T. A. The pathways to desistance study: Using the data to assess policy impact.
Louton, B., & Rees, C. Defining best friends for measuring delinquency associations.
Lovegrove, P., & Cornell, D. Bullying prevention’s importance in reducing school offending and suspensions.
Lu, Y.F., Boutwell, B.B., Beaver, K.M., & Barnes, J.C. The origins of self-control and antisocial behavior: The role of intelligence and heritability.
Luther, K. Pathways to resiliency for children of incarcerated parents.
Lynch, S., DeHart, D., Belknap, J., Green, B.L., Dass-Braolsford, P., Johnson, K., &
Lyons, H., Burgess-Proctor, A., & Huebner, B. M. The gendered effects of parental incarceration on adult offending outcomes.
Mack, K., Leiber, M., & Peck, J. Family structure, gender, and later life problems.
Martin, S., & O’Connell, D. When desistence isn’t desistence: low-level offending and self-harm reduction.
Maruna, S. Knowledge exchange workshops on desistance.
Mathesius, J., & Lussier, P. Career initiation, detection avoidance and the spillover effect across crime types.
Mathis, C.W., & Love, T.P. Control balance theory as a predictor of delinquency and victimization at two early stages in the life course.
Matsuda, M., & Thornberry, T. The intergenerational impacts of incarceration.
McCarthy, D. Catching them early: status crimes, gender vulnerabilities, and the consequences of early intervention initiatives.
McGee, T.R., & Farrington, D.P. The stability of antisocial personality over time.
McNeill, F. Producing a film on desistance from an international perspective.
McNulty, T.L., & Bellair, P.E. The emergence of racial/ethnic disparities in health outcomes in early childhood.
Megan Bears Augustyn, M.B., Kamerdze, A.S., & Loughran, T.A. Untangling the heterogeneity in the marriage effect.
Melde, C., Mark Berg., M., & Esbensen, F.A. Striking a balance: A prospective examination of the cognitive-emotional elements of violence reduction.
Meldrum, R. C., & Boman, J. H. Assessing the construct validity between self-reported delinquency and direct and indirect measures of peer delinquency.
Miller, R., Fagan, A. A., & Wright, E. Pathways from victimization to substance use among adolescents
Mioduszewski, M.D., & Stalans, L.J. Do victims resort to tendencies of their bullies? An examination of aggression among victims of psychological and physical bullying.
Morash, M., Yingling, J., & Stevens, T. Juvenile court intervention with girls exposed to trauma, abuse, violence and loss.
Mulvey, E. P. The pathways to desistance study: Design and methods.
Mulvey, P. Coming of age in the military post-9/11: An examination of early life outcomes for a new generation of military veterans.
Myrick, S. Beyond recidivism: Positive youth development as a juvenile justice outcome.
Nedelec, J. L., & Beaver, K. M. Cognitive abilities during infancy and behavioral problems during childhood: A genetically informed assessment.
Newsome, A., Sullivan, C. J., & Benson, M. Risk, resilience, and antisocial behavior: An investigation of the orchid hypothesis.
Nguyen, H. The ugly duckling: juvenile delinquents in non-delinquent networks.
Niv, S., Tuvblad. C., Raine, A., & Baker, L.A. Genetic correlations between EEG patterns and externalizing behavior problems in childhood.
Nofziger, S. Violent behavior by abused and neglected children.
Nuno, L.E., & Katz, C.M. Examining individual risk and protective factors on gang joining within the context of neighborhood and school.
Oesterle, S., Hawkins, J. D., Brown, E., Monahan, K., Abbott, R., Arthur, M., & Catalano, R. Sustained decreases in risk exposure and youth problem behaviors after installation of the communities that care prevention system.
Olson, N.D., Abram, K.M., Zwecker, N.N., Welty, L.J., & Teplin, L. Patterns of comorbid psychiatric disorders over time: A five-year longitudinal study of youth in the juvenile justice system.
Ortiz, N.R., Decker, S., & Spohn, C. Criminal stigma, race, gender and employment: An expanded assessment of the consequences of imprisonment for employment.
Osgood, D.W. More complicated than we thought: Peer influence from a social network perspective.
Panuccio, E. Reentry from incarceration during young adulthood: The impact of family context on youth in transition.
Payne, K. Integrating theories within a developmental model.
Petersen, J.L. Using risk prediction methods that better reflect context.
Petkovsek, M.A., Boutwell, B.B., Pyrooz, D.C., & Barnes, J.C. Gang membership, life-course persistent, and adolescent limited offending: A test of alternative hypotheses.
Petrosino, A., Turpin-Petrosino, C., & Lavenberg, J. The effects of Scared Straight and similar juvenile awareness programs on subsequent delinquency: An updated systematic review.
Pfeffer, R.D. A whole new kind of naive: The autistic child, risk, and maltreatment.
Pinchevsky, G.M., Wright, E., & Fagan, A.A. Victimization experiences and future substance use among adolescents: do type and degree of victimization matter?
Piper, D. Gendered pathways: A theoretical influenced investigation of juvenile females’ paths to delinquency
Pyrooz, D. C. Age-graded patterns of gang membership within a nationally-representative longitudinal sample of youth.
Querol, N., Cuquerella, A., Ascione, F., Rubira, S., Puccia, A., Arkow, P., Philips, A., & Pintor, M. Cruelty to animals and antisocial personality disorder: Criminological and forensic correlations.
Ragan, D.T., Osgood, D.W., & Feinberg, M.E. The social transmission of delinquency: Revisiting the importance of peer attitudes.
Raine, A. Brain mechanisms and the responsible mind: The curious case of Mr. Oft.
Rajca, E., Augimeri, L., Levene, K., & Walsh, M. Understanding SNAP®: transforming theoretical underpinnings of an early intervention and crime prevention model into clinical practice and outcomes.
Ramakers, A., van Wilsem, J., Paul Nieuwbeerta, P., & Dirkzwager, A. The effect of length of imprisonment on the labor market outcomes of Dutch ex-prisoners.
Randa, R., Reyns, B., & Henson, B. The consequences of bullying and cyberbullying: School avoidance behaviors of students from a national sample.
Ratchford, M. A. Adolescent predictors of adult deviance: A test of the gene-environment interaction hypothesis.
Rebellon, C.J., & Modecki, K. When direct peer measures are not available: The utility and limits of latent variable approaches.
Reckdenwald, A., Mancini, C., & Beauregard, E. Examining the impact of maltreatment early in life and adult offending among incarcerated sex offenders.
Rees, C. E., & Vogel, M. School contexts, school networks, and illicit drug use: Specifying a multi-contextual explanation of adolescent substance use.
Rees, C., & Burt, C.H. Behavioral heterogeneity in adolescent friendship networks.
Reid, J.A., & Sullivan, C.J. Examining the latent class structure of delinquency across informants.
Reid, S.E. Institutional friendship: Predicting egocentric networks of incarcerated youth.
Reimbold, H.R., & Elkin, E. Access and alternatives for youth in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
Rezey, M. The role of marital status in women’s risk for violent victimization.
Robinson, R.A., & Ryder, J.A. Psychosocial perspectives of girls and violence: implications for policy and praxis.
Rocca, G., & Verde, A. Behavioral biogenetics in clinical criminology: Problems and prospects.
Rocheleau, G. C., & Shoenberger, N. A. The generality of low self-control: Is there a difference by gender?
Rocque, M., Posick, C. The lost concept: Re-introducing maturation as a cause of desistance.
Rosario, J.L. Examining the cycle of violence: The intergenerational transmission of intimate partner violence and child maltreatment.
Rose, C., & Simpson, C. psychological factors associated with bully perpetration and victimization among students with disabilities.
Rudo-Hutt, A., Raine, A., Gao, Y., & Soyfer, L. Do callous-unemotional traits moderate the relationship between autonomic reactivity and conduct disorder?
Salvatore, C. The influence of marriage and parenthood on emerging adults’ drug use.
Savage, J. Do intelligence and academic achievement have a special relationship with violence? A systematic review of the literature.
Schreck, C., Berg, M., & Stewart, E. Linking verbal deficits with violent victimization risk.
Schubert, C. A. The pathways to desistance study: Measures over time.
Schug, R. Cortical thickness alterations in Chinese murderers with schizophrenia.
Schwartz, J.A., & Beaver, K.M. Smoking during pregnancy and antisocial behavior in offspring: Reexamining the association
Seddig, D., & Reinecke, A.J., & Boers, K. Trajectories of adolescent delinquency: development and explanation.
Shukla, R.K., Bartgis, E.E. Gautier, A., Letourneau, K., Jackson, S., Chrisco, E.S. Exiting the life: Understanding desistance from methamphetamine.
Siddique, J.A. Female victims: risk factors for violent victimization by crime type.
Siegel, J. A. Adult criminal outcomes in an at-risk sample of youth.
Siennick, S., & Ladny, R. T. Sibling resemblance in criminal behavior across the transition to adulthood.
Silva, M. Life stories of desisting ex-offenders.
Simi, P., & Bubolz, B. Comparing desistance from different types of violent groups.
Simmons, S., Knight, K., & Menard, S. Intergenerational continuity of drug use.
Sinclair, R., Low, S., & Thompson, E. Middle school sibling and peer bullying: Relationships with individual and family factors.
Skardhamar, T. Criminal trajectories of men with marginal labor market status: Is there evidence for the turning-point hypothesis?
Slotboom, A-M. Girls in the juvenile justice system: The relation between risk factors and the severity of the sentence.
Smith, C.A., & Greenman, S.J. Developmental risk factors for intimate partner violence.
Smith, L. The impact of changes in illicit drug markets on drug use and criminal activity desistance.
Soyer, M. Doing the right thing: The imagination of desistance.
Spano, R. The overlap between sibling and index victim maltreatment: Quantifying cumulative risk of abuse and neglect in the household.
Spraitz, J., & Brewer, S.L. Using Baumrind’s typology to examine the effects of parenting style on college-aged women
Staring, R., & Geelhoed, F. Turkish Dutch youngsters in the Netherlands: The relation between poor incorporation, crime and radicalization.
Stevens, T., & Morash, M. The roles of school-level and neighborhood-level characteristics in explaining delinquency and involvement with the criminal justice system: A cross-classified multilevel analysis.
Stewart, M.C. The effect of victimization on health outcomes: similarities and differences between men and women.
Stogner, J. Exploring the influence of genetic risk and poor parent-child relationships on the susceptibility to deviant peer influence.
Stokes, M., Welty, L.J., Abram, K.M., Olson, N.D., & Jakubowski, J.A. Psychosocial determinants and racial/ethnic disparities in early violent death: A prospective study of delinquent youth.
Stork, A. Gender differences in risk and protective factors among juvenile probationers.
Straus, M.A., & Michel-Smith, Y. Relation of violence between parents of university students to students’ criminogenic beliefs, assaults on dating partners, and property crime: A comparison of father-only, mother-only, and mutual parental violence.
Sullivan, C.J., & Ousey, G. A comparative study of developmental processes in victimization and delinquency.
Sullivan, M. Fatherhood, crime, and masculinities: Moving beyond the “turning point” question.
Sweeten, G., Piquero, A., & Brame, R.Age and the explanation of crime, revisited.
Taxman, F.S. Thinking about desistance.
Taylor, K.A. Policy in practice: An evaluation of the Florida Juvenile Detention Risk Assessment Instrument (DRAI).
Taylor, L., & Hiller, M. Do indicators of childhood attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and conduct disorder influence treatment engagement and retention in a modified therapeutic community?
Tevlin, C., & Beaver, K.M. Examining the associations among neuropsychological deficits, family adversity, and antisocial outcomes in a nationally representative sample.
Thomas, J., Young, N., Rebellon, C.J., Barnes, J.C., & Weerman, F. Unpacking the black box of ‘how peers matter’ using the integrative model of interpersonal influence.
Thomas, K., & McGloin, J. A dual-systems approach for understanding differential susceptibility to processes of peer influence
Thompson, M., & Woo, H. Gendering depression, drugs, and crime among young adults.
Thornberry, T.P., Augustyn, M.B., & Matsuda, M. Identifying risk factors for the perpetration of child maltreatment.
Tsang, S. & Reppucci, N.D. The influence of neighborhood factors on juvenile delinquency.
Ttofi, M. M., Farrington, D. P., & Losel, F. A. Protective factors that interrupt continuity from school bullying to later offending: A systematic review.
Turner, H.A. The prevalence and consequences of child poly-victimization.
Tuvblad. C., Gao, Y., Bezdjian., S., Raine, A., & Baker, L.A. The relationship between psychopathic personality and skin conductance orienting response is explained by common genetic influences in 14 to 16 year-old twins.
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