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    1. Nagin, DS; Tremblay, RE
      Analyzing developmental trajectories of distinct but related behaviors: A group-based method

      PSYCHOLOGICAL METHODS
    2. Cote, S; Zoccolillo, M; Tremblay, RE; Nagin, D; Vitaro, F
      Predicting girls' conduct disorder in adolescence from childhood trajectories of disruptive behaviors

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    3. Paternoster, R; Brame, R; Farrington, DP
      On the relationship between adolescent and adult conviction frequencies

      JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE CRIMINOLOGY
    4. McDermott, S; Nagin, DS
      Same or different? Comparing offender groups and covariates over time

      SOCIOLOGICAL METHODS & RESEARCH
    5. Land, KC; Nagin, DS; McCall, PL
      Discrete-time hazard regression models with hidden heterogeneity - The semiparametric mixed Poisson regression approach

      SOCIOLOGICAL METHODS & RESEARCH
    6. Jones, BL; Nagin, DS; Roeder, K
      A SAS procedure based on mixture models for estimating developmental trajectories

      SOCIOLOGICAL METHODS & RESEARCH
    7. Brame, B; Nagin, DS; Tremblay, RE
      Developmental trajectories of physical aggression from school entry to late adolescence

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    8. Bushway, SD; Piquero, AR; Broidy, LM; Cauffman, E; Mazerolle, P
      An empirical framework for studying desistance as a process

      CRIMINOLOGY
    9. Turner, S
      Forensic risk assessment in intellectual disabilities: The evidence base and current practice in one English region

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH IN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
    10. Nagin, D; Paternoster, R
      Population heterogeneity and state dependence: State of the evidence and directions for future research

      JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE CRIMINOLOGY
    11. Osgood, DW
      Poisson-based regression analysis of aggregate crime rates

      JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE CRIMINOLOGY
    12. Kruttschnitt, C; Uggen, C; Shelton, K
      Predictors of desistance among sex offenders: The interaction of formal and informal social controls

      JUSTICE QUARTERLY
    13. Piquero, A
      Frequency, specialization, and violence in offending careers

      JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN CRIME AND DELINQUENCY
    14. Paternoster, R; Brame, R
      On the association among self-control, crime, and analogous behaviors

      CRIMINOLOGY
    15. Fergusson, DM; Horwood, LJ; Nagin, DS
      Offending trajectories in a New Zealand birth cohort

      CRIMINOLOGY
    16. Nagin, DS
      Analyzing developmental trajectories: A semiparametric, group-based approach

      PSYCHOLOGICAL METHODS
    17. Baxter, R; Rabe-Hesketh, S; Parrott, J
      Characteristics, needs and reoffending in a group of patients with schizophrenia formerly treated in medium security

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY
    18. Ayers, CD; Williams, JH; Hawkins, JD; Peterson, PL; Catalano, RF; Abbott, RD
      Assessing correlates of onset, escalation, deescalation, and desistance ofdelinquent behavior

      JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE CRIMINOLOGY
    19. Arneklev, BJ; Grasmick, HG; Bursik, RJ
      Evaluating the dimensionality and invariance of "low self-control"

      JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE CRIMINOLOGY
    20. Landsheer, JA; 't Hart, H
      Age and adolescent delinquency - The changing relationship among age, delinquent attitude, and delinquent activity

      CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR
    21. Burr, JA; Hartman, JT; Matteson, DW
      Black suicide in US metropolitan areas: An examination of the racial inequality and social integration-regulation hypotheses

      SOCIAL FORCES
    22. Mitchell, EW
      Does psychiatric disorder affect the likelihood of violent offending? a critique of the major findings

      MEDICINE SCIENCE AND THE LAW
    23. Tibbetts, SG; Piquero, AR
      The influence of gender, low birth weight, and disadvantaged environment in predicting early onset of offending: A test of Moffitt's interactional hypothesis

      CRIMINOLOGY
    24. Hoffmann, JP; Cerbone, FG
      Stressful life events and delinquency escalation in early adolescence

      CRIMINOLOGY
    25. Nagin, D; Tremblay, RE
      Trajectories of boys' physical aggression, opposition, and hyperactivity on the path to physically violent and nonviolent juvenile delinquency

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    26. Taylor, PJ; Goldberg, E; Leese, M; Butwell, M; Reed, A
      Limits to the value of mental health review tribunals for offender patients - Suggestions for reform

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    27. REINHARDT V; ROGERS R
      DIFFERENCES IN ANXIETY BETWEEN FIRST-TIME AND MULTIPLE-TIME INMATES -A MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVE

      journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the law
    28. Arboleda-Florez, J
      Mental illness and violence: An epidemiological appraisal of the evidence

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHIATRIE
    29. Le Blanc, M; Loeber, R
      Developmental criminology updated

      CRIME AND JUSTICE: A REVIEW OF RESEARCH, VOL 23
    30. Schmertmann, CP; Amankwaa, AA; Long, RD
      Three strikes and you're out: Demographic analysis of mandatory prison sentencing

      DEMOGRAPHY
    31. ZORN CJW
      AN ANALYTIC AND EMPIRICAL-EXAMINATION OF ZERO-INFLATED AND HURDLE POISSON SPECIFICATIONS

      Sociological methods & research
    32. LAURITSEN JL
      THE AGE-CRIME DEBATE - ASSESSING THE LIMITS OF LONGITUDINAL SELF-REPORT DATA

      Social forces
    33. DUNGER AV; LAND KC; MCCALL PL; NAGIN DS
      HOW MANY LATENT CLASSES OF DELINQUENT CRIMINAL CAREERS - RESULTS FROMMIXED POISSON REGRESSION-ANALYSES/

      American journal of sociology
    34. ELKINS IJ; IACONO WG; DOYLE AE; MCGUE M
      CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PERSISTENCE OF ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR - RESULTS FROM RECENT LONGITUDINAL RESEARCH

      Aggression and violent behaviour
    35. SLOBODIAN PJ; BROWNE KD
      CAR CRIME AS A DEVELOPMENTAL CAREER - AN ANALYSIS OF YOUNG OFFENDERS IN COVENTRY

      Psychology, crime & law
    36. HARDING RW; MALLER RA
      AN IMPROVED METHODOLOGY FOR ANALYZING AGE-ARREST PROFILES - APPLICATION TO A WESTERN-AUSTRALIAN OFFENDER POPULATION

      Journal of quantitative criminology
    37. PATERNOSTER R; DEAN CW; PIQUERO A; MAZEROLLE P; BRAME R
      GENERALITY, CONTINUITY, AND CHANGE IN OFFENDING

      Journal of quantitative criminology
    38. JUNGER M; MARSHALL IH
      THE INTERETHNIC GENERALIZABILITY OF SOCIAL-CONTROL THEORY - AN EMPIRICAL-TEST

      Journal of research in crime and delinquency
    39. BARTUSCH DRJ; LYNAM DR; MOFFITT TE; SILVA PA
      IS AGE IMPORTANT - TESTING A GENERAL VERSUS A DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY OFANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR

      Criminology
    40. PATERNOSTER R; BRAME R
      MULTIPLE ROUTES TO DELINQUENCY - A TEST OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND GENERAL THEORIES OF CRIME

      Criminology
    41. CANELACACHO JA; BLUMSTEIN A; COHEN J
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE OFFENDING FREQUENCY(LAMBDA) OF IMPRISONED AND FREE OFFENDERS

      Criminology
    42. MOFFITT TE; CASPI A; DICKSON N; SILVA P; STANTON W
      CHILDHOOD-ONSET VERSUS ADOLESCENT-ONSET ANTISOCIAL CONDUCT PROBLEMS IN MALES - NATURAL-HISTORY FROM AGES 3 TO 18 YEARS

      Development and psychopathology
    43. OSGOOD DW; WILSON JK; OMALLEY PM; BACHMAN JG; JOHNSTON LD
      ROUTINE ACTIVITIES AND INDIVIDUAL DEVIANT-BEHAVIOR

      American sociological review
    44. PEDERSEN W; WICHSTROM L
      PATTERNS OF DELINQUENCY IN NORWEGIAN ADOLESCENTS

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY
    45. GREENBERG DF
      THE HISTORICAL VARIABILITY OF THE AGE CRIME RELATIONSHIP

      Journal of quantitative criminology
    46. POLAKOWSKI M
      LINKING SELF-CONTROL AND SOCIAL-CONTROL WITH DEVIANCE - ILLUMINATING THE STRUCTURE UNDERLYING A GENERAL-THEORY OF CRIME AND ITS RELATION TODEVIANT ACTIVITY

      Journal of quantitative criminology
    47. ROGERS R; BAGBY RM
      DIMENSIONS OF PSYCHOPATHY - A FACTOR-ANALYTIC STUDY OF THE MMPI ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY-DISORDER SCALE

      International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology
    48. ESBENSEN FA; ELLIOTT DS
      CONTINUITY AND DISCONTINUITY IN ILLICIT DRUG-USE - PATTERNS AND ANTECEDENTS

      Journal of drug issues
    49. TEPLIN LA; ABRAM KM; MCCLELLAND GM
      DOES PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDER PREDICT VIOLENT CRIME AMONG RELEASED JAIL DETAINEES - A 6-YEAR LONGITUDINAL-STUDY

      The American psychologist
    50. KNECHT G; MORAWITZ I; SCHANDA H
      DISCHARGE OF MENTALLY DISORDERED OFFENDER S - EXPERIENCES IN AUSTRIA CENTRAL THERAPEUTIC INSTITUTION

      Psychiatrische Praxis
    51. MOFFITT TE
      ADOLESCENCE-LIMITED AND LIFE-COURSE-PERSISTENT ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR - A DEVELOPMENTAL TAXONOMY

      Psychological review
    52. BLUMSTEIN A; CANELACACHO JA; COHEN J
      FILTERED SAMPLING FROM POPULATIONS WITH HETEROGENEOUS EVENT FREQUENCIES

      Management science


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