» Adolescent boys’ physical fighting and adult life outcomes: Examining the interplay with intelligence
21/10/19 16:07 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, EarlyView.

» Physical aggression toward teachers: Antecedents, behaviors, and consequences
18/10/19 12:53 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, EarlyView.

» The effects of violent video games and shyness on individuals’ aggressive behaviors
15/10/19 09:39 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, EarlyView.

» Associations between violence, criminality, and cognitive control deficits among young men living in low resource communities in South Africa
14/10/19 15:54 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, EarlyView.

» Social relations and presence of others predict bystander intervention: Evidence from violent incidents captured on CCTV
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 598-609, November/December 2019.

» Adolescent sexual aggressiveness and pornography use: A longitudinal assessment
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 587-597, November/December 2019.

» Child‐related attributions of hostile intent and harsh discipline: Moderating effects of anger
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 610-621, November/December 2019.

» Linkages between violence‐associated attitudes and psychological, physical, and sexual dating abuse perpetration and victimization among male and female adolescents
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 622-634, November/December 2019.

» The contagious impact of playing violent video games on aggression: Longitudinal evidence
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 635-642, November/December 2019.

» Effects of cooperative learning on peer relations, empathy, and bullying in middle school
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 643-651, November/December 2019.

» The longitudinal relationships of interpersonal openness trait, hostility, and hostile attribution bias
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 682-690, November/December 2019.

» Evidence for indirect loss of significance effects on violent extremism: The potential mediating role of anomia
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 691-703, November/December 2019.

» Association between substance use disorders and self‐ and other‐directed aggression: An integrated model approach
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 652-661, November/December 2019.

» Violent video games exposure and aggression: The role of moral disengagement, anger, hostility, and disinhibition
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 662-670, November/December 2019.

» Parental media monitoring, prosocial violent media exposure, and adolescents' prosocial and aggressive behaviors
03/10/19 08:24 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 671-681, November/December 2019.

» Issue Information
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Aggressive Behavior, Volume 45, Issue 6, Page 583-586, November/December 2019.

» Emotion regulation mediates relationships between mindfulness facets and aggression dimensions
27/09/19 16:47 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, EarlyView.

» Learning from research: Adapting interventions for sexual offending to improve outcomes
27/09/19 16:00 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, Volume 29, Issue 4, Page 227-238, August 2019.

» What next for adolescent forensic mental health research?
27/09/19 16:00 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, Volume 29, Issue 4, Page 196-206, August 2019.

» Extended suicide, or homicide followed by suicide
27/09/19 16:00 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, Volume 29, Issue 4, Page 239-246, August 2019.

» Discrimination against offenders with mental disorder
27/09/19 16:00 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, Volume 29, Issue 4, Page 247-255, August 2019.

» Mental health in the criminal justice system: A pathways approach to service and research design
27/09/19 16:00 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, Volume 29, Issue 4, Page 207-217, August 2019.

» Looking from the outside: No substitute for rigorous evaluation
27/09/19 16:00 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, Volume 29, Issue 4, Page 189-195, August 2019.

» Mental health and offending in older people: Future directions for research
27/09/19 16:00 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, Volume 29, Issue 4, Page 218-226, August 2019.

» Association between adolescent rough‐and‐tumble play and conduct problems, substance use, and risk‐taking behaviors: Findings from a school‐based sample
25/09/19 12:59 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, EarlyView.

» The myth of school shooters and psychotropic medications
12/09/19 10:18 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, EarlyView.

» Who is more violent in extremist groups? A comparison of leaders and followers
04/09/19 05:15 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, EarlyView.

» The Violence Reduction Programme: An exploration of posttreatment risk reduction in a specialist medium‐secure unit
02/09/19 11:37 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, EarlyView.

» Adopted children who kill their adoptive parents
28/08/19 14:42 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, EarlyView.

» Cyberbullying, cyber aggression, and cyber victimization in relation to adolescents’ dating and sexual behavior: An evolutionary perspective
28/08/19 13:07 from Aggressive Behavior
Aggressive Behavior, EarlyView.

» Youth, Community and the Struggle for Social Justice. (Routledge, 2018, 212 pp. £78.70 hb/£39.20 pb). ISBN: 978-1-315-45621-8
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Youth, Community and the Struggle for Social Justice. By GoddardTim and MyersRandy. (Routledge, 2018, 212 pp. £78.70 hb/£39.20 pb). ISBN: 978-1-315-45621-8

» Juvenile homicide offenders: A 35‐year‐follow‐up study
23/08/19 16:38 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, EarlyView.

» Lethal combinations: A conjunctive analysis of crime scene behavior associated with sexual homicide
20/08/19 16:13 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, EarlyView.

» Reasons to Doubt: Wrongful Convictions and The Criminal Cases Review Commission
16/08/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Reasons to Doubt: Wrongful Convictions and the Criminal Cases Review Commission. By HoyleCarolyn and SatoMai ( Oxford University Press, 2019, 414pp. $99 USD)

» Victim body mutilation in sexual homicides: Exploring Chinese sexual homicide cases
08/08/19 09:28 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, EarlyView.

» Mosaic trisomy 20 and mitigation in capital crimes sentencing: A review and case report
07/08/19 05:33 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, EarlyView.

» Technological advances in the assessment of impulse control in offenders: A systematic review
05/08/19 08:49 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, Volume 37, Issue 4, Page 435-451, July/August 2019.

» The impact of mental health court: A Sacramento case study
05/08/19 08:49 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, Volume 37, Issue 4, Page 452-467, July/August 2019.

» Evaluation of a cognitive‐behavioral intervention for high‐ and medium‐risk probationers
05/08/19 08:49 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, Volume 37, Issue 4, Page 329-341, July/August 2019.

» CIT in small municipalities: Officer‐level outcomes
05/08/19 08:49 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, Volume 37, Issue 4, Page 342-352, July/August 2019.

» Learning from a failure in threat assessment: 11 questions and not enough answers
05/08/19 08:49 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, Volume 37, Issue 4, Page 353-371, July/August 2019.

» State of the States: A survey of statutory law, regulations and court rules pertaining to guilty pleas across the United States
05/08/19 08:49 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, Volume 37, Issue 4, Page 388-434, July/August 2019.

» Stigma against false confessors impacts post‐exoneration financial compensation
05/08/19 08:49 from Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Behavioral Sciences &the Law, Volume 37, Issue 4, Page 372-387, July/August 2019.

» CORRIGENDUM
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Behavioral Sciences &the Law, Volume 37, Issue 4, Page 468-468, July/August 2019.

» Comparative outcomes for a national cohort of persons convicted of murder, with and without serious mental illness, and those found not guilty by reason of insanity on a murder charge: A 25‐year follow‐up study
23/07/19 13:18 from Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, EarlyView.

» Making Sense of ‘Joint Enterprise’ for Murder: Legal Legitimacy or Instrumental Acquiescence?
23/05/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract The legal doctrine of ‘joint enterprise’ has been heavily criticized for lacking legitimacy, primarily linked to distributive (in)justice. This paper draws on the narratives of ‘joint enterprise prisoners’ serving long life sent...

» Crimes of the Senses: Yarn Bombing and Aesthetic Criminology
21/05/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Yarn bombing involves the display of knitted or crocheted items in public space, often without permission. This article draws on interviews with yarn bombers in the North West of England and considers who the yarn bombers are, t...

» Does Gender Affect the Number and Type of Charges Laid in Intimate Partner Violence Cases?
16/05/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Pro-charging policies were implemented in Canada in the 1980s to denounce intimate partner violence (IPV). Since pro-charging policies were implemented, the proportion of men charged remains higher than women charged; however, t...

» Immigrant Perceptions of the Police: The Role of Country of Origin and Length of Settlement
05/05/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Relationships between police and minority groups have been shown to be strained with members of these groups often viewing police in a more negative light. Distinguishing between minority group and immigrant populations, more re...

» Cooperation with the Police Against Corruption: Exploring the Roles of Legitimacy, Deterrence and Collective Action Theories
02/05/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract In explaining public willingness to cooperate with the police, researchers have disproportionally emphasized legitimacy. Deterrence is presumed to be irrelevant; where it is considered, the approach appears perfunctory. Using su...

» When Peaceful People Fight: Beyond neutralization and subcultural theory
02/05/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Fights are widespread in society, but for most people it happens once or twice and is not part of a consistent pattern or lifestyle. Using a narrative criminological framework, we study the stories of violence among people who o...

» (De-)Criminalizing Welfare? The Rise and Fall of Social Security Fraud Prosecutions in Australia
22/04/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract The social security fraud prosecution rate has fallen by approximately 74.9 per cent in Australia since 2010. This is remarkable considering the national dialogue continues to propound a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to fraud in the...

» An Unpaid Debt to Society: How ‘Punishment Debt’ Affects Reintegration and Desistance from Crime in Norway
15/04/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract The Scandinavian exceptionalism literature has highlighted the relatively progressive and rehabilitative nature of imprisonment in Norway, with the Norwegian Correctional Services taking the view that those convicted of crimes h...

» Mapping Criminological Engagements Within Radicalization Studies
07/04/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Radicalization theories positing a process towards violence are de rigueur in policy circles yet solicit mixed reactions within the academy. Attempting to build a more robust theory of radicalization, scholars have turned toward...

» Conservation Criminology: Modelling Offender Target Selection for Illegal Fishing in Marine Protected Areas
26/03/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract The emergence of conservation criminology over the past decade provides a unique insight into patterns of wildlife crime. Wildlife crime has a dramatic impact on many vulnerable species and represents a significant challenge to ...

» Understanding the Differential Effects of Land Uses on Crime: An Examination Across Philadelphia Neighbourhoods
26/03/19 21:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract Although criminology presumes that the physical structural qualities of neighbourhoods have important consequences for crime, there is a dearth of research to test the effects of different land uses on crime rates. Using data on...

» Going Spatial: Applying Egohoods to Fear of Crime Research
26/02/19 20:00 from British Journal of Criminology - current issue
Abstract A central theme in criminology is how fear of crime is influenced by the residential context. Most researchers rely on administrative neighbourhoods to define context. These administrative units do not necessarily align with how...

» “EXPERIENCE OF THE EXPECTED?” RACE AND ETHNICITY DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECTS OF POLICE CONTACT ON YOUTH*
12/03/18 12:25 from Criminology
Proponents of police reform have called for changes in the way police interact with citizens, particularly with people of color. The rationale, in part, is that when people have more favorable perceptions of their police encounters, they...

» MARKETIZED MENTALITY, COMPETITIVE/EGOISTIC SCHOOL CULTURE, AND DELINQUENT ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR: AN APPLICATION OF INSTITUTIONAL ANOMIE THEORY
01/03/18 02:16 from Criminology
We analyze the individual-level and school-level determinants of delinquency through the lens of a macro-sociological theory of crime—institutional anomie theory (IAT). The concept of a “marketized mentality” is introduced as a predictor...

» POISONED DEVELOPMENT: ASSESSING CHILDHOOD LEAD EXPOSURE AS A CAUSE OF CRIME IN A BIRTH COHORT FOLLOWED THROUGH ADOLESCENCE
20/02/18 12:50 from Criminology
The consequences of lead exposure for later crime are theoretically compelling, but direct evidence from representative, longitudinal samples is sparse. By capitalizing on an original follow-up of more than 200 infants from the birth coh...

» REASSESSING THE BREADTH OF THE PROTECTIVE BENEFIT OF IMMIGRANT NEIGHBORHOODS: A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS OF VIOLENCE RISK BY RACE, ETHNICITY, AND LABOR MARKET STRATIFICATION
02/02/18 12:00 from Criminology
Researchers in the United States have increasingly recognized that immigration reduces crime, but it remains unresolved whether this applies to people of different racial–ethnic and economic backgrounds. By using the 2008–2012 area-ident...

» CORRELATES OF VIOLENT POLITICAL EXTREMISM IN THE UNITED STATES*
02/02/18 11:55 from Criminology
Although research on terrorism has grown rapidly in recent years, few scholars have applied criminological theories to the analysis of individual-level political extremism. Instead, researchers focused on radicalization have drawn primar...

» STUDYING CRIME TRENDS: NORMAL SCIENCE AND EXOGENOUS SHOCKS*
23/01/18 07:45 from Criminology
The study of crime trends has proceeded along two paths: 1) normal science investigations of slow-moving and tractable changes in crime rates and explanatory conditions and 2) research encounters with unexpected and abrupt changes in cri...

» REVISITING JUVENILE WAIVER: INTEGRATING THE INCAPACITATION EXPERIENCE*
29/12/17 07:50 from Criminology
More than 20 years after an expansion of juvenile transfer policies, questions remain regarding the specific deterrent effect of juvenile waiver given the singular focus on the court of jurisdiction and neglect of other critical aspects ...

» THE ROLE OF TURNING POINTS IN ESTABLISHING BASELINE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PEOPLE IN DEVELOPMENTAL AND LIFE-COURSE CRIMINOLOGY
15/12/17 08:06 from Criminology
Turning points, between-person differences, and within-person changes have all been linked to desistance from crime. Nevertheless, the means through which between-person differences are frequently captured in life-course criminology make...

» TRACING CHARGE TRAJECTORIES: A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF RACE IN CHARGE CHANGES AT CASE SCREENING, ARRAIGNMENT, AND DISPOSITION*
04/12/17 09:45 from Criminology
Although social scientists and legal scholars have made valuable headway in identifying and explaining the relationships between myriad demographic, social, and legal factors and case outcomes, a sizable gap in understanding remains with...

» M.N.: FBI, get your hands off the Sciences!!! We do need the comprehensive, in-depth, objective investigation, reassessment, and reevaluation of the FBI. The FBI’s darling “special”, “professional”, and “VIP” informants made the nice careers for themselve
04/12/17 08:44 from Behavior and Law

» Behavior and Law: M.N.: FBI, get your hands off the Sciences!!! We d...
04/12/17 07:48 from Behavior and Law

» 11:40 AM 11/9/2017 - Online therapy proves effective for treating depression and anxiety
09/11/17 12:41 from Behavior and Law

» DO CELLMATES MATTER? A CAUSAL TEST OF THE SCHOOLS OF CRIME HYPOTHESIS WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR DIFFERENTIAL ASSOCIATION AND DETERRENCE THEORIES
04/11/17 10:15 from Criminology
In the schools of crime hypothesis, social interactions between inmates are assumed to produce criminogenic rather than deterrent prison peer effects, thus implicating them in the persistence of high recidivism rates and null or criminog...

» TOWARD A BIFURCATED THEORY OF EMOTIONAL DETERRENCE
05/10/17 15:50 from Criminology
Since Hobbes (1957 [1651] and Beccaria (1963 [1764]), scholars have theorized that the emotion of fear is critical for deterrence. Nevertheless, contemporary deterrence researchers have mostly overlooked the distinction between perceived...

» The principles of political criminology - Links Reviewed on 9.29.17
29/09/17 15:36 from Behavior and Law

» TESTING THE TRANSITIVITY OF REPORTED RISK PERCEPTIONS: EVIDENCE OF COHERENT ARBITRARINESS
25/09/17 08:55 from Criminology
An often implicit assumption of perceptual deterrence tests is that the elicited values pertaining to arrest risk reflect stable underlying beliefs. But researchers in other disciplines have found that reported expectations are highly su...

» Renowned psychiatrist warns Americans: You have a duty to call out Trump as danger to others
23/09/17 08:24 from Behavior and Law

» Is Donald Trump actually crazy?
19/09/17 12:34 from Behavior and Law

» The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump and “A Duty to Warn”
14/09/17 19:55 from Behavior and Law

» Harvard Psychiatrist: Trump Is a ‘Sociopath’ and a ‘Very Sick Individual’
13/09/17 20:54 from Behavior and Law

» Will Trump Be the Death of the Goldwater Rule? - The New Yorker | Hundreds of pages of new details on Trump-Russia dossier and Pee Pee Tape are on verge of being released - Thursday August 24th, 2017 at 9:30 AM - Palmer Report
25/08/17 08:20 from Behavior and Law

» Who cares about the American Psychiatric Association (is it just a "professional" branch of the FBI?!) and its "rules or no-rules"?! Just disband the little nincompoops!
26/07/17 10:13 from Behavior and Law

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» An Experimental Evaluation of the Impact of Intensive Supervision on the Recidivism of High-Risk Probationers
09/12/16 07:18 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
This article reports the results of an experimental evaluation of the impact of Intensive Supervision Probation (ISP) on probationer recidivism. Participants, who were assessed at an increased likelihood of committing serious crimes and ...

» Using Structural Equations to Model Akers Social Learning Theory With Data on Intimate Partner Violence
09/12/16 07:18 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Akers’ social learning theory (SLT) is one of the predominate theories of criminal behavior; moreover, its empirical validity has been consistently supported by the extant research literature. However, a number of limitations plagu...

» Utilizing Alternate Models for Analyzing Count Outcomes
09/12/16 07:18 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Although ordinary least squares (OLS) regression was once a common tool for modeling discrete count outcomes in criminology and criminal justice, the past several decades have seen an increasing reliance on regression techniques specific...

» Managing Inflation: On the Use and Potential Misuse of Zero-Inflated Count Regression Models
09/12/16 07:18 from Crime & Delinquency current issue
Poisson and negative binomial regression procedures have proliferated, and now are available in virtually all statistical packages. Along with the regression procedures themselves are procedures for addressing issues related to the over-...

» Book Review: Serial killers: The psychosocial development of humanitys worst offenders
31/10/16 21:00 from Homicide Studies: Most-Read Full-Text Articles
Dara C. Drawbridge Nov 1, 2016; 20:338-341 Book Review

» Book Review: Understanding sexual homicide offenders: An integrated approach
31/10/16 21:00 from Homicide Studies: Most-Read Full-Text Articles
Marieke Liem Nov 1, 2016; 20:335-338 Book Review

» A Multivariate Model for Analyzing Crime Scene Information: Predicting Stranger, Solo Offender, and Money-Oriented Motive of Japanese Homicides
31/10/16 21:00 from Homicide Studies: Most-Read Full-Text Articles
Goro Fujita, Kazumi Watanabe, Kaeko Yokota, Mamoru Suzuki, Taeko Wachi, Yusuke Otsuka, Hiroki Kuraishi Nov 1, 2016; 20:295-320 Article

» Trump Anxiety - 2016 elections and mental health - News Review
26/10/16 12:48 from Behavior and Law

» "Charismatic" and "Archetypal" Leaders, their groups, and crowds - Psychiatry and Political Science review
25/10/16 15:07 from Behavior and Law

» Psychiatry, Politics, and National Security - News Review
25/10/16 14:43 from Behavior and Law

» Trump, Putin The Mob, and Terrorism
21/10/16 11:38 from Behavior and Law

» Nobel Laureate and Columbia professor Dr Eric Kandel discusses the nature of good and evil via the Trump candidacy
20/10/16 18:49 from Behavior and Law

» The 1990s Homicide Decline: A Western World or International Phenomenon? A Research Note
05/10/16 03:29 from Homicide Studies recent issues
Recent studies suggest that the United States was not the only country that experienced a drop in crime in the 1990s. However, this line of research is largely limited to a small number of developed countries and only recently has explor...

» Addendum to "Homicide Injury Quantification: Correlations and Reliability of Injury Severity Scores Applied to Homicide Victims." Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 88-100
05/10/16 03:29 from Homicide Studies recent issues

» The psychoanalysis of Donald Trump - Links
25/09/16 00:18 from Behavior and Law

» Trump team builds 'psychological profile' of Clinton for debate - Politico | The psychoanalysis of Donald Trump
24/09/16 15:09 from Behavior and Law

» Trump's Diagnosis: The Samson Syndrome | Trump, Samson, and the mythological approach in Political Personology
16/09/16 13:42 from Behavior and Law

» Analyze zis, to your hearts' content! No "Goldwater rules"! We use zi "Hot Water Rules"!
12/09/16 13:27 from Behavior and Law

» Moral Truth and Compounded Trauma: The Effects of Acquittal of Homicide Defendants on the Families of the Victims
22/06/16 07:50 from Homicide Studies recent issues
This article examines the impact of acquittal of homicide defendants on the families of the homicide victim(s), illustrating how the families’ trauma was framed and complicated by the criminal justice process. Homicide trials had p...

» Neighborhood Sociostructure and Adolescent Homicide Victimization in Johannesburg, South Africa
22/06/16 07:50 from Homicide Studies recent issues
The socioeconomic conditions of communities in which young South Africans live may be an important contributor to the high levels of violence in the country. Informed by social disorganization theory, this study examined the relationship...

» Democratic Cultural Values as Predictors of Cross-National Homicide Variation in Europe
22/06/16 07:50 from Homicide Studies recent issues
This study examines the extent to which variations in homicide rates across Europe, particularly differences between Western and Eastern Europe, can be explained by democratic cultural values. Prior studies have shown that individualism ...

» The (Null) Effects of Percent Young on 15 to 24 Age-Specific and Male- and Female-Specific Cross-National Homicide Rates
22/06/16 07:50 from Homicide Studies recent issues
Recent systematic research indicated percent of the population that is young is not significantly associated with cross-national homicide victimization rates. However, there are theoretical reasons to expect percent young may be associat...

» Effective Police Homicide Investigations: Evidence From Seven Cities With High Clearance Rates
30/04/16 21:00 from Homicide Studies: Most-Read Full-Text Articles
David L. Carter, Jeremy G. Carter May 1, 2016; 20:150-176 Article

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» Racial (In)variance, Disadvantage, and Lethal Violence: A Survival Analysis of Black Homicide Victimization Risk in the United States
04/04/16 08:05 from Homicide Studies recent issues
This research is a race-specific analysis of homicide victimization risk in the United States. It contributes to the literature by examining risk factors at multiple levels using data from the National Health Interview Survey, National D...

» Religiosity and Regional Variation of Lethal Violence: Integrated Model
04/04/16 08:05 from Homicide Studies recent issues
The present study tested the impact of religiosity and region on lethal violence in 83 countries by applying an integrated model. The regression results provided support for Durkheim’s proposition that religious passion might lead ...

» Prolonged Grief, Posttraumatic Stress, Anger, and Revenge Phenomena Following Homicidal Loss: The Role of Negative Cognitions and Avoidance Behaviors
04/04/16 08:05 from Homicide Studies recent issues
This study examined associations of symptoms of Prolonged Grief Disorder (PGD), Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), anger, and revenge thoughts and feelings with different categories of negative cognitions and indices of anxious and de...

» Sex Abuse in Prisons
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A reader notes that a majority of women prisoners were abused before they were incarcerated, and the violence continues while in prison.

» Italian Cuisine Worth Going to Prison For
06/03/16 01:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
InGalera, a restaurant that opened recently to rave reviews, is inside the Bollate Penitentiary on the outskirts of the city.

» Review: Memoirs From Two Eras Testify to Prison’s Corrosive Effect
04/03/16 01:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
“The Life and the Adventures of a Haunted Convict” and “Writing My Wrongs” paint harrowing portraits of incarceration in America.

» Mount Vernon, N.Y., Police Found Not Responsible for Woman’s Death in Holding Cell
04/03/16 01:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman said the inquiry into Raynette Turner’s death also showed that there was “no good reason” for the delay in her arraignment on theft charges.

» Jail Injury Claims Against New York City Surge
03/03/16 01:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Personal injury complaints from correction employees and inmates rose by 27 percent, the city comptroller said, and most came from the Rikers Island complex.

» Family Says Death of Black Woman in South Carolina Jail Was Easily Preventable
27/02/16 01:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Court documents showed the chain of events leading up to Joyce Curnell’s death in July while in police custody.

» Jailed for Stealing Tools in 1980, ‘Prison Houdini’ Is Denied Release
26/02/16 01:00 from NYT > Prisons and Prisoners
Mark DeFriest, whose prison sentences snowballed after repeated escape attempts, was given an additional six months by a parole board on Wednesday.

» Suit Alleges Persistent Sexual Abuse of Female Inmates in New York State Prisons
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