2015. “A Biosocial Explanation for Male-Female Differences in Criminal Involvement” The Biosocial Vs. Nurture Debate in Criminology: On the Origins of Criminal Behavior and Criminality.
2015. “Race, Ethnic, and Gender Divides in Juvenile Court Sanctioning and Rehabilitative Intervention” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52(2):181-212.
2015. “Risky Lifestyles, Low Self-Control, and Violent Victimization across Gendered Pathways to Crime” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31:183-206.
2015. “Arrest Prevalence in a National Sample of Adults: The Role of Sex and Race/Ethnicity” American Journal of Criminal Justice 40 (September):457-465.
2015. “A Partial Test of Moffitt’s Developmental Taxonomy: Examining the Role of Genetic Risk” Justice Quarterly 32 (September/October):768-791.
2013. “Gender Dynamics in the Sentencing of White-Collar Offenders” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society.
2013. “Code of the Street and Romantic Relationships: A Dyadic Analysis” Personal Relationships.
2012. “The Imprisonment Penalty for Young Black and Hispanic Males” Journal of Research in Crime & Deliquency.
2012. “Race and Women’s Imprisonment: Poverty, African American Presence, and Social Welfare” Journal of Quantitative Criminology.
2012. “Gender Differences in the Effects of Prison on Recidivism” Journal of Criminal Justice.
2012. “Is Educational Achievement a Turning Point for Incarcerated Delinquents Across Race and Sex?” Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
2011. “If You Don’t Drink and You Don’t Smoke, What do You do? A Test of Moffitt’s Hypothesis of Delinquency Abstention” Criminal Justice and Behavior.
2011. “Beauty is in the Sex of the Beholder: An Examination of the Effects of Interviewer Characteristics on Assessments of Respondent Attractiveness” Personality and Individual Differences.
2011. “Does Biology Underlie the Oldest Profession? Prostitution and Sex Disparities in John Behavior” Biodemography and Social Biology.
2011. “Gender, Genetic Risk, and Criminal Behavior” Psychiatry Research.