2018. “Juveniles on trial: Mode of conviction and the adult court sentencing of transferred juveniles.” Crime and Delinquency 64:563-586.
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2018. “Self-control stability and change among incarcerated juvenile offenders.” Journal of Criminal Justice.
2018. “Social exclusion and parental incarceration impacts on adolescents’ networks and school engagement” Journal of Marriage and Family.
2018. “Response errors in survey estimates of defensive gun use.” Crime & Delinquency, Online, 3-26-18.
2018. “Macro-level research on the effect of firearms prevalence on suicide rates: a systematic review and new evidence.” Social Science Quarterly, in press.
2018. “Race, plea and charge reduction: An assessment of racial disparities in the plea process.” Justice Quarterly 35:223-253.
2017. “The Complexity of Hate: Variations across Contexts and Types of Bias” Justice Quarterly, 34(1): 55-83.
2017. “Risk factors for substance misuse and adolescents’ symptoms of depression” Journal of Adolescent Health 60(1): 50-56.
2017. “Hate Crime Victimization Data in Pennsylvania: A Useful Complement to the UCR” Violence & Victims. (In press).
2017. “Early sexual initiation and mental health: A fleeting association or enduring change?” Journal of Research on Adolescence 27(3):611-62.
2017. “Sentencing in light of collateral consequences: Does age matter?” Journal of Criminal Justice 53:1-11.
2017. “Sentencing transferred juveniles in the adult criminal court: The direct and interactive effects of race and ethnicity.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 15:172-190.
2017. “Tracing the Rise of Evidence-Based Juvenile Justice in Florida.” Victims & Offenders.
2017. “Predicting Recidivism among Released Juvenile Offenders in Florida: An Evaluation of the Residential Positive Achievement Change Tool.” Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice.
2017. “The impact of police strength and arrest productivity on fear of crime and subjective assessments of the police.” American Journal of Criminal Justice 42:86-111.