Hay’s research examines the causes and prevention of crime with special attention to the family environment, the development of self-control, and policy efforts to reduce juvenile crime.
2018. “Self-control stability and change among incarcerated juvenile offenders.” Journal of Criminal Justice.
2017. “Predicting Recidivism among Released Juvenile Offenders in Florida: An Evaluation of the Residential Positive Achievement Change Tool.” Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice.
2017. “Early Aggression and Later Delinquency: Considering the Redirecting Role of Good Parenting.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
2017. “Tracing the Rise of Evidence-Based Juvenile Justice in Florida.” Victims & Offenders.
2016. “The Implications of Arrest for College Enrollment: An Analysis of Long-Term Effects and Mediating Mechanisms.” Criminology 54:621-652.