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Criminology

Boutwell, Brian B., J.C. Barnes, and Kevin M. Beaver. 2015. “Why We Need a Nature/Nurture Book in Criminology” The Biosocial Vs. Nurture Debate in Criminology: On the Origins of Criminal Behavior and Criminality.

Beaver, Kevin M. and Eric Connolly. 2014. “Key Findings from Biosocial Research and What They Mean for the Future of Criminology” Handbook of Biosocial Criminology.

Barnes, J.C., John Paul Wright, Brian B. Boutwell, Joseph A. Schwartz, Eric J. Connolly, Joseph L. Nedelec, and Kevin M. Beaver. 2014. “Demonstrating the Validity of Twin Research in Criminology” Criminology 52 (November):588-626.

Blomberg, Thomas G. . 2010. “Why I Became a Criminologist” Exploring Criminal Justice: The Essentials.

Blomberg, Thomas G. . 2009. “Advancing Criminology in Policy and Practice” Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Policy: Policy Proposals from the American Society of Criminology Conference.

Berg, Mark T. and Eric A. Stewart. 2009. “Examining the Logic of Subcultural Models” Criminological Theory: Readings and Retrospectives.

Berg, Mark T. and Eric A. Stewart. 2009. “Cultural Transmission Theory” 21st Century Criminology: A Reference Handbook, Vol. 1.

DeLisi, Matt, Peter J. Conis, and Kevin M. Beaver. 2008. “The Importance of Violent Offenders to Criminology” Violent Offenders: Theory, Research, Public Policy, and Practice.

Walsh, Anthony and Kevin M. Beaver. 2008. “The Promise of Evolutionary Psychology for Criminology: The Examples of Gender and Age” Evolutionary Forensic Psychology: Darwinian Foundations of Crime and Law.

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