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.
Gene X Environment Interaction
2014. “A Review of the Genetic and Gene-Environment Interplay Contributors to Antisocial Phenotypes” The Development of Criminal and Antisocial Behavior: Theoretical Foundations and Practical Applications.
2014. “A Behavior Genetic Analysis of the Tendency for Youth to Associate According to GPA” Social Networks.
2013. “Genetic and Environmental Influences on the Development of Childhood Antisocial Behavior: Current Evidence and Directions for Future Research” Handbook of Life-Course Criminology: Emerging Trends and Directions for Future Research.
2012. “Genetic Influences on Measures of Parental Negativity and Childhood Maltreatment: An Exploratory Study Testing for Gene X Environment Correlations” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice.
2012. “Genes, Maternal Negativity, and Self-Control: Evidence of a Gene X Environment Interaction” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
2011. “Physical Punishment and Childhood Aggression: The Role of Gender and Gene-Environment Interplay” Aggressive Behavior.
2011. “Evidence of a Gene X Environment Interaction Between Perceived Prejudice and MAOA Genotype in the Prediction of Criminal Arrests” Journal of Criminal Justice.
2011. “Psychopathic Personality Traits, Genetic Risk, and Gene-Environment Correlations” Criminal Justice and Behavior.
2011. “The Interaction Between Neighborhood Disadvantage and Genetic Factors in the Prediction of Antisocial Outcomes” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
2011. “Examining the Association Between MAOA Genotype and Incarceration, Anger and Hostility: The Moderating Influences of Risk and Protective Factors” Journal of Research in Personality.
2011. “Social Adversity, Genetic Variation, Street Code, and Aggression: A Genetically Informed Model of Violent Behavior” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice.
2010. “Genetic Risk, Parent-Child Relations, and Antisocial Phenotypes in a Sample of African-American Males” Psychiatry Research.