2015. “A Behavioral Genetic Test of the Evolutionary Taxonomy” Evolutionary Psychological Science 1 (December):241-250.
2015. “Guns, Gangs, and Genes: Evidence of an Underlying Genetic Influence on Gang Involvement and Carrying a Handgun” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 13 (July):228-242.
2015. “Different Slopes for Different Folks: Genetic Influences on Growth in Delinquent Peer Association and Delinquency during Adolescence” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 44 (July):1413-1427.
2015. “Making (Up) the Grade? Estimating the Genetic and Environmental Influences of Discrepancies between Self-Reported Grades and Official GPA Scores” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 44 (April):1125-1138.
2015. “Enlisting in the Military: The Influential Role of Genetic Factors” SAGE Open 5 (April/June):1-8.
2014. “The Relationship Between Self-Control in Adolescence and Social Consequences in Adulthood: A Genetically Informative Analysis” Journal of Criminal Justice.
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. “On the Consequences of Ignoring Genetic Influences in Criminological Research” Journal of Criminal Justice 42 (November/December):471-482.
2014. “Evolutionary Behavioral Genetics of Violent Crime” Evolution of Violence.
2014. “A Quantitative Genetic Analysis of the Associations among Language Skills, Peer Interactions, and Behavioral Problems in Childhood: Results from a Sample of Twins” Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 60 (Spring):142-167.
2014. “The Heritability of Common Risk and Protective Factors to Crime and Delinquency” Criminological Theory: A Life-Course Approach.
2014. “Examining the Genetic and Environmental Influences on Self-Control and Delinquency: Results from a Genetically Informative Analysis of Sibling Pairs” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 29 (March):707-735.
2014. “Exploring Whether Genetic Differences Between Siblings Explain Sibling Differences in Criminal Justice Outcomes” Comprehensive Psychiatry.
2014. “Public Opinion of Genetic and Neuropsychological Contributors to Criminal Involvement” Journal of Criminal Justice Education.