More than 60 co-authored publications were published by FSU Criminology students and faculty in the last six years.
2014. “Demonstrating the Validity of Twin Research in Criminology” Criminology 52 (November):588-626.
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.
2013. “A Partial Test of Moffitt’s Developmental Taxonomy: Examining the Role of Genetic Risk” Justice Quarterly.
2013. “Social Support or Biosocial Support? A Genetically Informative Analysis of the Social Support Construct and its Relation to Self-Control” Criminal Justice and Behavior.
2013. “Analyzing the Origins of Childhood Externalizing Behavioral Problems” Developmental Psychology.
2012. “Exploring the Association Between IQ and Differential Life Outcomes: Results from a Longitudinal Sample of Monozygotic Twins” Sociedade Brasileira de Psicologia.
2011. “Physical Punishment and Childhood Aggression: The Role of Gender and Gene-Environment Interplay” Aggressive Behavior.
2011. “The Effects of Non-shared Environments on Adolescent Depression: Findings from a Sample of Monozygotic Twins” Journal of Adolescent Health.
2011. “The Effects of Genetics, the Environment, and Low Self-Control on Perceptions of Maternal and Paternal Socialization: Results from a Longitudinal Sample of Twins” Journal of Quantitative Criminology.