More than 60 co-authored publications were published by FSU Criminology students and faculty in the last six years.
2014. “MAOA Genotype Contributes to Violent and Criminal Behaviors” Taking Sides:Controversial Issues in Crime and Delinquency (11th Edition).
2014. “The Impact of Physical Exercise on Inmate Offending and Violent Behavior: A Neurocognitive Perspective” The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Forensic Neuroscience.
2013. “The 2-Repeat Allele of the MAOA Gene Confers an Increased Risk for Shooting and Stabbing Behaviors” Psychiatric Quarterly.
2013. “No Evidence of Racial Discrimination in Criminal Justice Processing: Results from a Nationally Representative and Longitudinal Sample” Personality and Individual Differences.