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A little early risk goes a long bad way: Adverse childhood experiences and life-course offending in the Cambridge study
JM Craig, AR Piquero, DP Farrington, MM Ttofi
Journal of Criminal Justice 53, 34-45, 2017
1982017
Assessing research on workplace violence, 2000–2012
NL Piquero, AR Piquero, JM Craig, SJ Clipper
Aggression and violent behavior 18 (3), 383-394, 2013
1982013
Do social bonds buffer the impact of adverse childhood experiences on reoffending?
JM Craig, MT Baglivio, KT Wolff, AR Piquero, N Epps
Youth violence and juvenile justice 15 (1), 3-20, 2017
1432017
Desistance in the transition to adulthood: The roles of marriage, military, and gender
J Craig, H Foster
Deviant Behavior 34 (3), 208-223, 2013
982013
Sex offenders and sex offending in the Cambridge study in delinquent development: Prevalence, frequency, specialization, recidivism, and (dis) continuity over the life-course
AR Piquero, DP Farrington, WG Jennings, B Diamond, J Craig
Journal of Crime and Justice 35 (3), 412-426, 2012
912012
The racial and gender differences in the impact of adverse childhood experiences on juvenile residential placement
HR Zettler, K Wolff, M Baglivio, JM Craig, N Epps
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 16 (3), 319-337, 2018
842018
Sensational offending: An application of sensation seeking to white-collar and conventional crimes
JM Craig, NL Piquero
Crime & Delinquency 63 (11), 1363-1382, 2017
692017
Toward an understanding of the impact of adverse childhood experiences on the recidivism of serious juvenile offenders
JM Craig, CR Trulson, M DeLisi, JW Caudill
American journal of criminal justice 45, 1024-1039, 2020
652020
Does morality condition the deterrent effect of perceived certainty among incarcerated felons?
AR Piquero, JA Bouffard, NL Piquero, JM Craig
Crime & Delinquency 62 (1), 3-25, 2016
652016
Extending situational action theory to white-collar crime
JM Craig
Deviant Behavior 40 (2), 171-186, 2019
632019
The effects of low self-control and desire-for-control on white-collar offending: A replication
JM Craig, NL Piquero
Deviant Behavior 37 (11), 1308-1324, 2016
622016
Considering the mediating effects of drug and alcohol use, mental health, and their co-occurrence on the adverse childhood experiences–recidivism relationship
JM Craig, HR Zettler, KT Wolff, MT Baglivio
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 17 (3), 219-240, 2019
592019
Marriage as an intervention in the lives of criminal offenders
JM Craig, B Diamond, AR Piquero
Effective interventions in the lives of criminal offenders, 19-37, 2014
572014
Which bond matters more? Assessing the differential strengths of parental bonding measures on adolescent delinquency over time
JM Craig
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 14 (3), 225-242, 2016
552016
The potential mediating impact of future orientation on the ACE–crime relationship
JM Craig
Youth violence and juvenile justice 17 (2), 111-128, 2019
522019
What can help? Examining levels of substance (non) use as a protective factor in the effect of ACEs on crime
JM Craig, J Intravia, KT Wolff, MT Baglivio
Youth violence and juvenile justice 17 (1), 42-61, 2019
512019
The effects of marriage and parenthood on offending levels over time among juvenile offenders across race and ethnicity
JM Craig
Journal of Crime and Justice 38 (2), 163-182, 2015
452015
All in the family? Exploring the intergenerational transmission of exposure to adverse childhood experiences and their effect on offending behavior
JM Craig, C Malvaso, DP Farrington
Youth violence and juvenile justice 19 (3), 292-307, 2021
432021
Assessing general strain theory and measures of victimization, 2002–2018
N Barbieri, SJ Clipper, C Narvey, A Rude, JM Craig, NL Piquero
Aggression and violent behavior 49, 101304, 2019
402019
The effects of criminal propensity and strain on later offending
JM Craig, SM Cardwell, AR Piquero
Crime & Delinquency 63 (13), 1655-1681, 2017
392017
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