• Akande, Abigail O., Christina Riehman-Murphy, Christiana Oji-Mmuo, Abenaa Acheampong Jones, Qiushi Chen, Joel E. Segel, Glenn E. Sterner, and Marianne T. Adam. 2023. “A Scoping Review of the Opioid Epidemic Among U.S. Immigrants: Implications for Treatment Practices.” Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse
  • Brothers, Sarah., Adam Palayew, Caty Simon, Abby Coulter, Knina Strichartz, Nick Voyles, Louise Vincent. 2023. “Patient Experiences of Methadone Treatment Changes During the First Wave of COVID-19: A National Community Driven Survey.” Harm Reduction Journal 20(31).
  • Dillavou, Julia. 2023. “Solidarity or Solitude? Correlates of Incarceration and the Peer Networks of Imprisoned Women.” Justice Quarterly
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  • Green, R., Fowler, K., & Palombi, A. (2023). The Black pill pipeline: A process-tracing analysis of the Incel’s continuum of violent radicalization. Sexualities, 13634607231169509. 

  • LaForest, Michael. 2023. “The Effects of High School Career and Technical Education on Employment, Wages, and Educational Attainment.” Journal of Human Capital
  • Silva, Constanza P., Jennifer L. Maggs, Brian C. Kelly, Mike Vuolo, and Jeremy Staff. 2023. “Associations Between E-Cigarettes and Subsequent Cocaine Use in Adolescence: An Analysis of the UK Millennium Cohort Study.” Nicotine and Tobacco Research


  • Bucklen, Kristofer B., and Michael LaForest. 2022. “Comparing COVID-19 Mortality Rates between Prisons and the Community.” Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research

  • Dillavou, Julia, Derek A. Kreager, Theodore Greenfelder, and Yiwen Zhang. 2022. “Mothers inside and out? Pseudo-Families and motherhood in a women’s prison,” Crime and Delinquency doi:10.1177/00111287221083884.
  • Du, Yu. 2022. “The Effect of Defendant Gender on Jurors’ Decision Making.” University of Baltimore
    Law Review 52(1):1-32.
  • Du, Yu. 2022. “The Effect of Neuro-evidence on Jurors’ Decision Making.” Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy 20(1): 174-212.
  • Galvin, Miranda A.. 2022.“ Stacking punishment: The impositionof consecutive sentences in Pennsylvania.” Criminology & Public Policy doi: 10.1111/1745-9133.12587.
  • Galvin, Miranda A., Matthew Kleiman, and Megan C. Kurlychek. 2022. “The consequences of counting juvenile adjudications in adult sentencing.” Federal Sentencing Reporter 34(4): 251–258.
  • Jones, Abenaa A., Kristin E. Schneider, Oluwaseun O Falade-Nwulia, Glenn Sterner, Karin Tobin, and Carl A. Latkin. 2022. “Social Networks, Stigma, and Hepatitis C Care Among Women Who Inject Drugs: Findings from a community recruited sample.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs

  • Kurlychek, Megan C., Matthew C. Kijowski, and Alysha M. Gagnon. 2022. “The long-term consequences of imprisoning our youth: The lasting impact of time spent in adult jails and prisons.” Social Problems

  • Mackey-Simpkin, Sean., Robert J. Williams, Carrie A. Shaw, and Gillian E.H. Russell, 2022. “Prevalence and Predictors of Illegal Gambling in Canada.” International Gambling Studies

  • Mayo, Chelsea O., Holly Pham, Brandon Patallo, Celina M. Joos, and Martha E. Wadsworth. 2022. “Coping with poverty-related stress: A narrative review.” Developmental Review

  • Qiushi, Chen, Glenn Sterner, Joel Segel, and Zixuan Feng. 2022. “Trends in opioid-related crime incidents and comparison with opioid overdose outcomes in the United States.” International Journal of Drug Policy
  • Rhubart, Danielle., Qiushi Chen, Glenn Sterner, Robert Newton, Bethany Shaw, and Dennis Scanlon. 2022. “Conceptualizing and Measuring Abatement from the Opioid Epidemic: A Case Study from Pennsylvania.” Millbank Quarterly 100(4): 991-1005.

  • Shaw, Anuj, and Michael LaForest, 2022. “Knowledge about others reduces one’s own sense of anonymity.” Nature

  • Shi, Yunfeng., Glenn Sterner, Kelly A. Wolgast, Laina McInerney, Varidhi Duggal, Hannah Earley, Isabella Rater, Kristine Gonnella, and Elaine Arsenault. 2022. “A Multistakeholder Effort in Pennsylvania to Improve the Accuracy of Reporting Fatal Drug Overdoses.” The American Journal of Accountable Care 10(4):16-22.

  • Simpson, Sally S., Miranda A. Galvin, Thomas A. Loughran, and Mark A. Cohen. 2022. “Perceptions of white-collar crime seriousness: Unpacking and translating attitudes into policy preferences.” Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency doi:10.1177/00224278221092094.

  • Silva, Constanza P., Constanza de la Fuente Castro, Tomás González Zarzar, Maanasa Raghavan, Ayelén Tonko-Huenucoy, Felipe I. Martínez, and Nicolás Montalva. 2022. “The Articulation of Genomics, Mestizaje, and Indigenous Identities in Chile: A Case Study of the Social Implications of Genomic Research in Light of Current Research Practices.” Frontiers in Genetics

  • Staff, Jeremy, Brian C. Kelly, Jennifer L. Maggs, and Mike Vuolo. 2022. “Adolescent electronic cigarette use and tobacco smoking in the millennium cohort study.” Addiction 117:484-494.
  • Staff, Jeremy, Mike Vuolo, Brian C. Kelly, Jennifer L. Maggs, and Constanza P. Silva. 2022. “Electronic cigarette use in adolescence is associated with later cannabis sse.”Drug and Alcohol Dependence 232: 109302.
  • Strange, C. Clare, Sarah M. Manchak, Jordan M. Hyatt, Damon M. Petrich, Alisha Desai, and Cory P. Haberman. 2022. Opioid-specific medication-assisted therapy and its impact on criminal justice and overdose outcomes. Campbell Collaboration Systematic Reviews, [National Institute of Health Research-funded project, plain language summary available].
  • Ulmer, Jeffery., Lily Hanrath, and Eric Silver. 2022. “Back to Basics: A Critical Examination of the Focal Concerns Framework from The Perspective of Judges.” Justice Quarterly

  • Wadsworth, Martha E., Jarl A. Ahlkvist, A.F. Pequet, and Chelsea O. Mayo. 2022. Income, income inequality, community, and the development of coping: The reformulated adaptation to poverty-related stress model. In M. Zimmer-Gembeck & E. Skinner (Eds.), Handbook of Coping.


  • Bendezu, Jason J., Casey D. Calhoun, and Martha E. Wadsworth. 2021. “Within-person patterns of psychobiological stress response correspondence: Links to preadolescent internalizing problems and coping behaviors.” Anxiety, Stress, and Coping doi: 10.1080/10615806.2021.1982912.
  • Bergstrom, Mark, H., Brett A. Miller, and Jordan T. Zvonkovich. 2021. “Harnessing the power of data: The role of sentencing commissions in the information age. “Federal Sentencing Reporter 33 (4): 229–236.
  • Dillavou, Julia, and Yiwen Zhang. 2021. “Is the probation population’s health and health care utilization gendered?” American Journal of Public Health
  • Chalfin, Aaron, Jacob Kaplan, and Michael LaForest, 2021. “Street light outages, public safety and crime attraction.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology
  • Chalfin, Aaron, Michael LaForest, and Jacob Kaplan. 2021. “Can precision policing reduce gun violence? Evidence from “Gang Takedowns” in New York City.” Journal of Policy Analysis and
  • Galvin, Miranda A., and Jeffery T. Ulmer. 2021. “Expanding our understanding of focal concerns: Alternative sentences, race, and “salvageability.” Justice Quarterly doi: 10.1080/07418825.2021.1954234.
  • Galvin, Miranda A., Kimberly M. Davidson, and Matthew Kleiman. 2021. “Substance involvement and probation outcomes: Evidence from a cohort study.” Journal of Drug Issues doi:10.1177/00220426211062560.
  • Galvin, Miranda A., Matthew Logan, and Daniel Snook. 2021. “Assessing the Conceptual Validity of White-Collar Crime Definitions Using Experimental Survey Data.” Journal of Experimental Criminology doi:
  • Flannery, Daniel J., James A. Fox, Lacey N. Wallace, Edward Mulvey, and William Modzeleski. 2021. “Guns, school shooters and school safety: What we know and directions for change.” School Psychology Review doi: 10.1080/2372966X.2020.1846458.
  • Johnson, Royel M., Rafael E. Alvarado, and Kelly O. Rosinger. 2021. “What’s the “Problem” of Considering Criminal History in College Admissions? A Critical Analysis of “Ban the Box” Policies in Louisiana and Maryland.” The Journal of Higher Education 1-31. doi: 10.1080/00221546.2020.1870849.
  • Jones, Ben. and Eduardo Mendieta, eds. The ethics of policing: New perspectives on law enforcement (New York: NYU Press, 2021).
  • Kaiper-Marquez, Anna, Tabitha Stickel, and Esther Prins. 2021. “Daddy made a mistake and needed a time out’: Incarcerated parents as moral educators.” Journal of Moral Education
  • Kreager, Derek A., Jacob T. N. Young, Dana L. Haynie, David R. Schaefer, Martin Bouchard, and Kimberly M. Davidson. 2021. “In the Eye of the Beholder: Meaning and Structure of Informal Status in Women’s and Men’s Prisons.” Criminology 59:42-72.
  • Kurlychek, Megan, James Lee, Emerson Waite, and Alexander Vanhee. 2021. “In search of the smoking gun: Consensus and division in the gun control debate.” Justice Evaluation Journal 5:1, 1-18, doi: 10.1080/24751979.2021.1952644.
  • Nguyen, Holly, Greg Midgette, Thomas Loughran, and Yiwen Zhang. 2021. “Random drug testing in prisons: Does a little testing go a long way?” Criminology & Public Policy
  • Ranjan, Sheetal, Aakash K Shah, C. Clare Strange, and Kate Stillman. 2021. Hospital-based violence intervention: Strategies for cultivating community partnerships and strengthening practitioner engagement. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research,
  • Said, Iman and Kimberly M. Davidson, 2021. “A mixed method evaluation of the role of religion in desistance and reentry.” Justice Quarterly doi: 10.1080/07418825.2021.2016893.
  • Schaefer, David R., Kimberly M. Davidson, Dana L. Haynie, & Martin Bouchard. 2021. “Network Integration within a Prison-Based Therapeutic Community.” Social Networks 64: 16-28.
  • Stickel, Tabitha, Esther Prins, and Anna Kaiper-Marquez. 2021. “‘The video is an upgrade from them all’: How incarcerated fathers view the affordances of video in a family literacy programme.” Learning, Media, and Technology doi: 10.1080/17439884.2021.1888117
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  • Ulmer, Jeffrey T., Lily Hanrath and Gary Zajac. 2021. “Racialized victim gender differences in capital decision making in Pennsylvania.” Justice Quarterly doi: 10.1080/07418825.2021.1965187.


  • Davidson, Kimberly M. 2020. “Testing an Interactionist Theory of Treatment Engagement in a Pennsylvania Prison-Based Therapeutic Community.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, doi: 10.1177/0093854820919782.
  • Galvin, Miranda A. 2020. “Gender and White-Collar Crime: Theoretical Issues.” Criminal Justice Studies 33(1): 61-69.
  • Schaefer, David R., and Derek A. Kreager. Online First. “New on the Block: Analyzing Network Selection Trajectories in a Prison Treatment Program.” American Sociological Review, doi: 10.1177/0003122420941021
  • Stickel, Tabitha, Anna Kaiper-Marquez, and Esther Prins. 2020. “Creative fatherhood behind bars: The Read to Your Child Program.” Temas Em Educação Journal 29(2): 209-228. doi: 10.22478/ufpb.2359-7003.2020v29n2.53969.
  • Ulmer, Jeffery T., Gary Zajac and John H. Kramer. 2020. “Geographic Arbitrariness? County Court Variation in Capital Prosecution and Sentencing in Pennsylvania.” Criminology & Public Policy 19(4), 1073-1112.
  • Ulmer, Jeffrey T., John H. Kramer and Gary Zajac. 2020. “The Race of Defendants and Victims in Pennsylvania Death Penalty Decisions: 2000-2010.” Justice Quarterly, doi: 10.1080/07418825.2019.1679865.
  • Wadsworth, Martha E., Ashely McDonald, Celina M. Joos, Jarl A. Ahlkvist, Sarah E.D. Perzow, Emile M. Tilghman-Osborne, Kristine Creavey, and Gina Brelsford. 2020.Reducing the Biological and Psychological Toxicity of Poverty-related Stress: Building a Strong Identity and Coping Skills.” American Journal of Community Psychology, doi:
  • Whichard, Corey, Sara Wakefield, and Derek A. Kreager. 2020. “Collecting Social Network Data in Prison and During Re-Entry: A Field Guide.” Pp. 81-99 in Moving Beyond Recidivism: Expanding Approaches to Research on Prisoner Reentry and Reintegration, edited by A. Leverentz, E. Chen, and J. Christian. New York: NYU Press.
  • Zajac, Gary and Debbie Dawes. 2020. “HOPE is a Good Thing? Probationer Perceptions of and Experiences with the Honest Opportunity Probation with Enforcement Demonstration Field Experiment.” Journal of Crime and Justice doi: 10.1080/0735648X.2020.1835692.
  • Zajac, Gary, Debbie Dawes and Elaine Arsenault. 2020. “The Implementation of the Honest Opportunity Probation with Enforcement Demonstration Field Experiment: Experiences from the Field.” Journal of Crime and Justice, In-Press.


  • Bendezú, Jason J., John Loughlin-Presnal, and Martha E. Wadsworth. 2019. “Attachment Security Moderates Effects of Uncontrollable Stress on Preadolescent HPA Reactivity.” Clinical Psychological Science, 7(6): 1355-1371.
  • Galvin, Miranda. 2019. “Substance of Semantics? The Consequences of Definitional Ambiguity for White-collar Research.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, doi:
  • Joos, Celina M., Ashley McDonald, and Martha E. Wadsworth. 2019. “Extending the Toxic Stress Model into Adolescence: Profile of Cortisol Reactivity.” Psychoneuroendocrinology, 107: 46-58. doi:
  • Kreager, Derek A., David R. Schaefer, Kimberly M. Davidson, Gary Zajac, Dana L. Haynie and George De Leon. 2019. “Evaluating Peer-Influence Processes in a Prison-Based Therapeutic Community: A Dynamic Network Approach.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 203, 13-18.
  • McLean, Katherine., Shannon Monnat, Khary Rigg, Glenn Sterner, and Ashton Verdery. 2019. “You Never Know What You’re Getting”: Opioid Users’ Perceptions of Fentanyl in Southwest Pennsylvania.” Substance Abuse and Misuse, doi:
  • Prins, Esther, Tabitha Stickel, and Anna Kaiper-Marquez. 2019. “Incarcerated Fathers’ Experiences in the Read to Your Child/Grandchild Program: Supporting Children’s Literacy, Learning, and Education.” Journal of Prison Education and Reentry, 6(2): 168-188.
  • Rigg, Khary, Katherine McLean, Shannon Monnat, Glenn Sterner, and Ashton Verdery. 2019. “Nonmedical opioid use onset: Implications for intervention.” Journal of Addictive Diseases, doi: 10.1080/10550887.2019.1609336.
  • Segel, Joel, Douglas L. Leslie, Gary Zajac, Max Crowley and Paul L. Morgan. 2019. “Opioid Epidemic May Have Cost States at Least $130 Billion in Treatment and Related Expenses – And That’s Just the Tip of the Iceberg.” The Conversation, July 30.
  • Sentse, Miranda, Derek A. Kreager, Anouk Bosma, Paul Nieuwbeerta, and Hanneke Palmen. 2019. “Social Organization in Prison: A Social Network Analysis of Interpersonal Relationships among Dutch Prisoners.” Justice Quarterly, doi:
  • Sterner, Glenn. 2019. “A Colemparative Case Study of the Main Street Program in the United States.” Pp. 507-512. in The Routledge Handbook of Comparative Rural Policy, edited by M. Vittuari, J. Devlin, M. Pagani, and T. G. Johnson. London: Routledge.
  • Verma, Dinesh, Rithvik Yarlagadda, Scott Gartner, and Diane Felmlee. 2019. “Understanding Patterns of Terrorism in India (2007-2017) Using Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning.” The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge, and Society, 15(4): 23-39.
  • Wallace, Lacey N. 2019. “Gun Ownership and Gun Purchasing: Before and After Mass Shootings.” Pp. 74-97 in the Handbook of Research on Mass Shootings and Multiple Victim Violence, edited by evaluatingGordon Crews. IGI Global.
  • Whichard, Corey, David R. Schaefer, and Derek A. Kreager. 2019. “Charting the Hidden City: Collecting Prison Social Network Data.” Social Networks, doi:
  • Zajac, Gary, Sam Nur, Derek Kreager and Glenn Sterner. 2019. “Estimated Costs to the Pennsylvania Criminal Justice System Resulting from the Opioid Crisis.” American Journal of Managed Care, 25(13): 250-256.


  • Alwin, Duane. F., Diane H. Felmlee, and Derek A. Kreager. eds. 2018. Social Networks and the Life Course: Integrating the Development of Human Lives and Social Relational Networks. New York: Springer.
  • Engle, Elyzabeth W., Susannah H. Barsom, Lydia Vandenberg, Glenn E. Sterner, and Theodore R. Alter. 2018. “Developing a Framework for Sustainability Meta-Competencies.” International Journal of Higher Education and Sustainability, 1(4): 285-303.
  • Haynie, Dana L., Corey Whichard, Derek A. Kreager, David R. Schaefer, and Sara Wakefield. 2018. “Social Networks and Health in a Prison Unit.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 59(3): 318-334.
  • Kreager, Derek A., and Candace Kruttschnitt. 2018. “Inmate Society in the Era of Mass Incarceration.” Annual Review of Criminology, 1: 261-283.
  • Kreager, Derek A., Martin Bouchard, George De Leon, David R. Schaefer, Michaela Soyer, Jacob T.N. Young, and Gary Zajac. 2018. “A Life Course and Networks Approach to Prison Therapeutic Communities.” Pp. 433-451 in Social Networks and the Life Course: Linking Human Lives and Social Relational Structures, edited by D. Alwin, D. Felmlee, and D.A. Kreager. New York: Springer.
  • Wadsworth, Martha E., Jarl A. Ahlkvist, Ashley McDonald, and Emile M. Tilghman-Osborne. 2018. “Future Directions in Research and Intervention with Youths in Poverty.” Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 47(6): 1023-1038. doi:10.1080/15374416.2018.1485108.
  • Wadsworth, Martha E., Jason J. Bendezú, John E. Loughlin-Presnal, Jarl A. Ahlkvist, Emile M. Tilghman-Osborne, Hannah Bianco, Laura A. Rindlaub, and Eliana Hurwich-Reiss. 2018. “Unlocking the Black Box: A Multilevel Analysis of Preadolescent Children’s Coping.” Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 47(4): 527-541. doi:


  • Harrell, A., Sterner, G., Alter, T.R., & Lonie, J. (2017). Student perceptions of the impact of their diverse study abroad experiences. North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, 61(1).
  • Kreager, Derek A., Jacob T.N. Young, Dana L. Haynie, Martin Bouchard, David R. Schaefer, and Gary Zajac. 2017. “Where ‘Old Heads’ Prevail: Inmate Hierarchy in a Men’s Prison Unit.” American Sociological Review, 82(4):685-718.
  • Schaefer, David R., Martin Bouchard, Jacob T.N. Young, and Derek A. Kreager. 2017. “Friends in Locked Places: An Investigation of Prison Inmate Network Structure.” Social Networks, 51:88-103.
  • Sterner, G. & Felmlee, Diane. (2017). The Social Networks of Cyberbullying on Twitter. International Journal of Technoethics, 8(2).
  • Soyer, M., McNeeley, S., Zajac G., and Bucklen, K.B. 2017. “Measuring the Criminal Mind: The Relationship Between Intelligence and CSS-M Results Among a Sample of Pennsylvania Prison Inmates.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 44(11):1444-1461.


  • Alter, T., Barsom, S., Calore, G., Engle, E., Goldberg, D., & Sterner, G. (2016). Achieving the Promise of Sustainability Though Civic Engagement and Public Scholarship. In T. Alter, S. Barsom, G. Calore, E. Engle, D. Goldberg, & G. Sterner (eds.), Public Scholarship, Sustainability, Community Engagement Colloquium Proceedings. Available:
  • Kreager, Derek A., David R. Schaefer, Martin Bouchard, Dana L. Haynie, Sara Wakefield, Jacob Young, and Gary Zajac. 2016. “Toward a Criminology of Inmate Networks.” Justice Quarterly 33(6):1000-1028.
  • Kreager, Derek A., Kimberly M. Davidson, and Corey Whichard. 2016. “A Network Approach to Understanding Prison-Based Therapeutic Communities.” The Addiction Newsletter: Official Newsletter of APA Division 50 – Society of Addiction Psychology 25(2):20-22.
  • Lattimore, P.K., MacKenzie, D.L., Zajac, G., Dawes, D., Arsenault, E., & Tueller, S. (2016). Outcome findings from the HOPE demonstration field experiment: Is swift, certain, and fair an effective supervision strategy? Criminology & Public Policy, 15 (4).
  • Muscato, A., Sterner, G., and Alter, T. (Accepted). Student perceptions of the impact of their study abroad experiences. Submitted to the Journal of the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, 2016.
  • Sterner, G. & Felmlee, D. (In press). The networks of cyberbullying on Twitter. Submitted to the Journal of Technothics, 2016.
  • Sterner, G. E., M.W.P. Fortunato, T.R. Alter, W.C. Shuffstall, and J.C. Bridger. (2016). Unequal Access: An Examination of the Barriers Rural Areas Continue to Face in Broadband Development. Zeszyty Naukowe/Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomiczno-Społeczna w Ostrołęce. Available:
  • Ulmer, J.T. & Laskorunsky, J.A. (2016). The role of juvenile adjudications in the disproportional incarceration of African American and Hispanic defendants. Journal of Crime and Justice, 39(1), 9-27.


  • Elliott, I.A., & Zajac, G. (2015). The Implementation of Circles of Support and Accountability in the United States. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 25, 113-123.
  • Ulmer, J.T. & Laskorunsky, J.A. (2015). Sentencing policies and practices in Pennsylvania: Four decades of change. Oxford Handbooks Online, 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199935383.013.150.
  • Yuan, Y. & McNeeley, S. (2015). Social ties, collective efficacy, and crime-specific fear in Seattle neighborhoods. Victim & Offenders: An International Journal of Evidence-based Research, Policy, and Practice. DOI:10.1080/15564886.2015.1006799.
  • Yuan, Y. & McNeeley, S. (2015). Reactions to crime: multilevel analysis of fear of crime and defensive and participatory behavior. Journal of Crime and Justice. DOI:10.1080/0735648X.2015.1054297.
  • Zajac, G. (2015). Implementation and Outcomes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Among Female Prisoners. Crime & Public Policy. doi: 10.1111/1745-9133.12137.
  • Zajac, G., Lattimore, P.K., Dawes, D., & Winger, L. (2015). All implementation is local: Findings from the process evaluation of the honest opportunity probation and enforcement (HOPE) demonstration field experiment. Federal Probation Journal. Available online June 2015.


  • McNeeley, S. (2014). Lifestyle-Routine Activities and Crime Events. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. First Published Online: October 13, 2014.
  • Soyer, M. (2014). “We knew our time had come”: The dynamics of threat and microsocial ties in three polish ghettos under Nazi oppression. Mobilization, 19, 489-507.


  • Soyer, M. (2013). The Imagination of Desistance: A Juxtaposition of the Construction of Incarceration as a Turning Point and the Reality of Recidivism. The British Journal of Criminology. First published online: October 24, 2013. Abstract available here.
  • Welsh, W.N., Zajac, G., & Bucklen, K. (2013). For Whom Does Prison Based Drug Treatment Work? Results from a Randomized Experiment. Journal of Experimental Criminology. Online First.
  • Welsh, W.N. & Zajac, G. (2013). A Multi-Site Evaluation of Prison-Based Drug Treatment: Five Year Follow-up Results. The Prison Journal, 93(3), 251-271.
  • Eggers, A., Wilson, D.B., Mitchell, O., & MacKenzie, D.L. (2013). Drug Courts’ Effect on Criminal Offending for Juveniles and Adults. No. 11 of Crime Prevention Research Review. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.
  • Stahler, G., Mennis, J., Belenko, S., Welsh, W., Hiller, M., & Zajac, G. (2013). Predicting Recidivism for Released State Prison Offenders: Examining the Influence of Individual and Neighborhood Factors on the Likelihood of Reincarceration. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 40(6), 690-711.


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