Raymond Paternoster
Raymond Paternoster
Department of Criminology, University of Maryland
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Using the correct statistical test for the equality of regression coefficients
R Paternoster, R Brame, P Mazerolle, A Piquero
Criminology 36 (4), 859-866, 1998
Desistance and the" feared self": Toward an identity theory of criminal desistance
R Paternoster, S Bushway
The journal of criminal law and criminology, 1103-1156, 2009
Enduring individual differences and rational choice theories of crime
DS Nagin, R Paternoster
Law & Society Review 27 (3), 467-496, 1993
Sanction threats and appeals to morality: Testing a rational choice model of corporate crime
R Paternoster, S Simpson
Law & Society Review 30 (3), 549-583, 1996
How much do we really know about criminal deterrence?
R Paternoster
Deterrence, 57-115, 2019
Do fair procedures matter? The effect of procedural justice on spouse assault
R Paternoster, R Bachman, R Brame, LW Sherman
Law & society review 31 (1), 163-204, 1997
The deterrent effect of the perceived certainty and severity of punishment: A review of the evidence and issues
R Paternoster
Justice Quarterly 4 (2), 173-217, 1987
The labeling perspective and delinquency: An elaboration of the theory and an assessment of the evidence
R Paternoster, L Iovanni
Justice Quarterly 6 (3), 359-394, 1989
General strain theory and delinquency: A replication and extension
R Paternoster, P Mazerolle
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 31 (3), 235-263, 1994
On the relationship of past to future participation in delinquency
DS Nagin, R Paternoster
Criminology 29 (2), 163-189, 1991
The rationality of sexual offending: Testing a deterrence/rational choice conception of sexual assault
R Bachman, R Paternoster, S Ward
Law & Society Review 26 (2), 343-372, 1992
Personal capital and social control: The deterrence implications of a theory of individual differences in criminal offending
DS Nagin, R Paternoster
Criminology 32 (4), 581-606, 1994
Perceived risk and social control: Do sanctions really deter?
R Paternoster, LE Saltzman, GP Waldo, TG Chiricos
Law & Society Review 17 (3), 457-479, 1983
Population heterogeneity and state dependence: State of the evidence and directions for future research
D Nagin, R Paternoster
Journal of quantitative criminology 16, 117-144, 2000
Understanding the antecedents of the" school-to-jail" link: The relationship between race and school discipline
M Rocque, R Paternoster
The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 633-665, 2011
The gender gap in theories of deviance: Issues and evidence
DA Smith, R Paternoster
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 24 (2), 140-172, 1987
Cybercrime victimization: An examination of individual and situational level factors
FT Ngo, R Paternoster
International Journal of Cyber Criminology 5 (1), 773, 2011
Does the perceived risk of punishment deter criminally prone individuals? Rational choice, self-control, and crime
BRE Wright, A Caspi, TE Moffitt, R Paternoster
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 41 (2), 180-213, 2004
Decisions to participate in and desist from four types of common delinquency: Deterrence and the rational choice perspective
R Paternoster
Law & Society Review 23 (1), 7-40, 1989
Reconceptualizing deterrence: An empirical test of personal and vicarious experiences
R Paternoster, A Piquero
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 32 (3), 251-286, 1995
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