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Bibliographic Entry Race, Sex, and Discrimination in School Settings: A Multilevel Analysis of Associations With Delinquency
Chambers, Brittany D.; & Erausquin, Jennifer Toller. (2018). Race, Sex, and Discrimination in School Settings: A Multilevel Analysis of Associations With Delinquency. Journal of School Health, 88(2), 159-166.
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Bibliographic Entry Educational and Criminal Justice Outcomes 12 Years After School Suspension
Rosenbaum, Janet. (2018). Educational and Criminal Justice Outcomes 12 Years After School Suspension. Youth & Society.
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Bibliographic Entry Modeling the association between academic achievement and delinquency: An application of interactional theory
Hoffmann, John P.; Erickson, Lance D.; & Spence, Karen R. (2013). Modeling the association between academic achievement and delinquency: An application of interactional theory. Criminology, 51(3), 629-660.
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Bibliographic Entry Examining the Reciprocal Nature of the Health-Violence Relationship: Results from a Nationally Representative Sample
Stogner, J.; Gibson, C. L.; & Miller, J. M. (2014). Examining the Reciprocal Nature of the Health-Violence Relationship: Results from a Nationally Representative Sample. Justice Quarterly, 31(3), 473-499.
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Bibliographic Entry Dopaminergic Polymorphisms, Academic Achievement, and Violent Delinquency
Yun, I.; Lee, J.; & Kim, S. G. (2014). Dopaminergic Polymorphisms, Academic Achievement, and Violent Delinquency. International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology, 59(13), 1409-1428.
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Bibliographic Entry Does Alcohol or Delinquency Help Adolescents Feel Better Over Time? A Study on the Influence of Heavy Drinking and Violent/Property Offending on Negative Emotions
Jang, S. J.; Ferguson, T. W.; & Rhodes, J. R. (2014). Does Alcohol or Delinquency Help Adolescents Feel Better Over Time? A Study on the Influence of Heavy Drinking and Violent/Property Offending on Negative Emotions. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 60(6), 619-639.
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Bibliographic Entry Delinquent Peers and Offending: Integrating Social Learning and Biosocial Theory
Watts, S. J.; & McNulty, T. L. (2015). Delinquent Peers and Offending: Integrating Social Learning and Biosocial Theory. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 13(2), 190-206.
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Bibliographic Entry Delinquent Peer Influence on Offending Versatility: Can Peers Promote Specialized Delinquency?
Thomas, Kyle J. (2015). Delinquent Peer Influence on Offending Versatility: Can Peers Promote Specialized Delinquency? Criminology, 53(2), 280-308.
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Bibliographic Entry A Partial Test of Moffitt’s Developmental Taxonomy: Examining the Role of Genetic Risk
Schwartz, J. A.; & Beaver, K. M. (2015). A Partial Test of Moffitt’s Developmental Taxonomy: Examining the Role of Genetic Risk. Justice Quarterly, 32(5), 768-791.
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Bibliographic Entry Within-Individual Differences in Offending from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: A Modified Theoretical Approach to Understanding Academic Achievement and Delinquency
Hawes, Janelle M. (2016). Within-Individual Differences in Offending from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: A Modified Theoretical Approach to Understanding Academic Achievement and Delinquency. Master's thesis / Doctoral dissertation, Bowling Green State University.
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