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California State University, Long Beach
Department of Criminal Justice

Refereed Publications from August 2012 through August 2015

School of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Emergency Management

CSU-Long Beach

 

  • Barratt, M. J., Bouchard, M., Decorte, T.,  Frank, V., Hakkarainen, P., Lenton, S.,  Malm, A.E.,  Nguyen, H. and Potter, G. (2012). Understanding global patterns of domestic cannabis cultivation. Drugs and Alcohol Today, 12(4): 213-221.

  • Barratt, M. J. , Potter, G., Malm, A.E., Bouchard, M., Blok, T., Christensen, A. , Decorte, T., Frank, V., Hakkarainen, P., Klein, A., Lenton, S., Perala, J., Werse, B. and Wouters, M. (2015). Trans-national internet-mediated participatory research with hidden populations: lessons from the ICCQ. International Journal of Drug Policy, 26(3): 238-249. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2014.12.004

  • Bichler, G., Bush, S. and Malm, A.E. (2015). Regulatory foresight: A systems approach to anticipating crime policy effects on illicit markets. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. 31(3): 297-318. doi:10.1177/1043986215583387

  • Bichler, G., Hauck, S.  and Malm, A.E. (2013). Bad actors and illicit props: Scripting the system of illicit trade in fine art. Global Crime, 14(4): 359-385. doi:10.1080/17440572.2013.828999

  • Bichler, G. and Malm, A.E. (2013). Small arms, big guns: A dynamic model of illicit market opportunity. Global Crime, 14(3): 261-286. doi:10.1080/17440572.2013.787928 (Reprinted in Bouchard, M. (2015). Advances in Research on Illicit Networks. New York, NY: Routledge.)

  • Bichler, G. and Malm, A.E. (2014). The routine nature of transnational crime. In Andresen, M. and Farrell, G. (Eds.), The Criminal Act: The role and influence of routine activity theory (pp. 33-58). New York, NY: Routledge.

  • Bichler, G. and Malm, A.E. (2015). Disrupting Criminal Networks: Network Analysis in Crime Prevention. Volume 28 of the Crime Prevention Studies Series. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

  • Bichler, G., Malm, A.E. and Enriquez, J. (2014). Identifying key juvenile convergence places with social network analysis. Crime and Delinquency, 60(7): 971-998. doi:10.1177/0011128710382349

  • Binnall, J. (2014). “A Field Study of the Presumptively Biased: Is There Empirical Support for Excluding Convicted Felons from Jury Service,” Law & Policy, 36(1), 1-34
  • Bohm.R. and Vogel, B.L. (2015) A Primer on Crime and Delinquency Theory. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
  • Bouchard, M., Nash, R., (2015). Researching terrorism and counter-terrorism through a network lens. In M. Bouchard, (Eds.). Social networks, terrorism and counter-terrorism: Radical and connected. Routledge, New York.
  • Brar, G. K., & Schug, R. A. (in press). Schizophrenia and crime. In J. M. Miller (Ed.), Encyclopedia of theoretical criminology. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Chen, F. R., Gao, Y., Glenn, A. L., Niv, S., Portnoy, J., Schug, R. A., Yang, Y., & Raine, A. (in press). Biosocial bases of antisocial and criminal behavior. In Piquero, A. R. (Ed.), Handbook of Criminology. Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ.

  • Choy, O., Portnoy, J., Raine, A., Remmel, R. J., Schug, R. A., Tuvblad, C., & Yang, Y. (in press). Biosocial influences on offending across the life course. Oxford handbook on developmental and life-course criminology. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

  • Dario, L. M., Morrow, W. J., Wooditch, A., & Vickovic, S. G. (2015). The point break effect: an examination of surf, crime, and transitory opportunities. Criminal Justice Studies, 28(3), 257-279.

  • Frederick, B. J. and Perrone, D. (2014). “’Party N Play’ on the Internet: Subcultural formation, Craigslist, and escaping from stigma” Deviant Behavior, 35(11): 859-884.

  • Galeste, M.2, Munoz-Duran, S. & Ireland, C. (2013).  Residential substance abuse aftercare treatment: A multi-site examination of structure, goals, and staff.  Justice Policy Journal, 10(1), 1-31.

  • Gao, Y., Glenn, A. L., Peskin, M., Rudo-Hutt, A., Schug, R. A., Yang, Y., & Raine, A. (2012). Neurocriminological approaches. In D. Gadd, S. Karstedt, and S. Messner (Eds.), Sage handbook of criminological research methods (pp. 63-75). London: Sage.

  • Gao, Y., Raine, A., & Schug, R. A. (2012). Somatic aphasia: Mismatch of body sensations with autonomic stress reactivity in psychopathy. Biological Psychiatry, 90, 228-233.

  • Geraci, G. G., & Schug, R. A. (in press). Neurology and crime. In J. M. Miller (Ed.), Encyclopedia of theoretical criminology. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

  • Glenn, A. L., Remmel, R. J., Raine, A., Schug, R. A., Gao, Y., & Granger, D. (2015). Alpha- amylase reactivity in relation to psychopathic traits in adults. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 54, 14-23.

  • Hernandez, E., & Perrone, D. (2013). Harm reduction and nightlife: Best Practices Report. Denver, CO: DanceSafe.

  • Mallicoat, S. & Ireland, C. (2013).  Women in Crime: The Essentials.  Sage Book Series: The Criminal Justice System
  • Malm, A.E. and Bichler, G. (2013). Using friends for money: The positional importance of money launderers in the drug market. Trends in Organized Crime, 16(4): 365-381. doi: 10.1007/s12117-013-9205-5

  • Malm, A.E. and Bichler, G. (2015). Seeds of Collaboration: The Illicit Networks Workshop. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 31(3): 236-242. doi:10.1177/1043986215575138

  • Malm, A.E. and Bichler, G. (2015). Why Networks? In Bichler, G. and Malm, A.E. (Eds.), Disrupting Criminal Networks: Network analysis in crime prevention (pp. 1-8). Boulder, CO: Lynne Reiner.

  • Malm, A.E., Schoepfer, A., Bichler, G. and Boyd, N. (2013). Pushing the Ponzi: The rise and fall of a network fraud. In C. Morselli (Ed.), Crime and Networks (pp. 249-262). New York, NY: Routledge.

  • Morrow, W. J., Vickovic, S. G., & Fradella, H. F. (2014). Examining the prevalence and correlates of a ‘senior citizen discount’in US federal courts. Criminal Justice Studies, 27(4), 362-386.

  • Nash, R., Bouchard, M. (2015). Travel broadens the network: Turning points in the network trajectory of an American Jihadi. In M. Bouchard, (Eds.). Social networks, terrorism and counter-terrorism: Radical and connected. Routledge, New York.
  • Nash, R. , Bouchard, M. and Malm, A.E. (2013). Investing in people: The role of social networks in the diffusion of a large-scale fraud. Social Networks, 35(4): 686-698. doi:10.1016/j.socnet.2013.06.005

  • Nguyen, H. , Malm, A.E. and Bouchard, M. (2015). Production, perceptions, and punishment: Restrictive deterrence and intensity of involvement in cannabis cultivation. International Journal of Drug Policy, 26(3): 267-276. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2014.08.012

  • Nordstrom, B. R., Gao, Y., Glenn, A. L., Peskin, M., Rudo-Hutt, A. S., Schug, R. A., Yang, Y., & Raine, A. (2013). Perspectives in neurocriminology. In J. B. Helfgott (Ed.), Criminal psychology (pp. 117-161). Westport, CT: Praeger.

  • Nordstrom, B. R., Gao, Y., Glenn, A. L., Peskin, M., Rudo-Hutt, A. S., Schug, R. A., Yang, Y., Raine, A. (in press). Neurocriminology. In R. Huber (Ed.), Aggression. Advances in genetics, volume 75. New York: Elsevier.

  • Perrone, D., Helgesen, R.D., and Fischer, R.D. (2013). “United States drug prohibition and legal highs: How drug testing may lead cannabis users to spice.” Drugs: Education, Prevention, and Policy, 20(3): 216–224.

  • Perrone, D., and Hernandez, E.  (2014). “Drug enforcement”. In B.A. Arrigo, & J. G. Golson. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics (pp. 299-303). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 

  • Peskin, M., Glenn, A. L., Yang, Y., Schug, R. A., Gao, Y., Liu, J., & Raine, A. (2012). Personal characteristics of delinquents: Neurobiology, genetic predispositions, and  individual psychosocial attributes. In M. Tonry (Series Ed.) & D. M. Bishop & B. Feld (Vol. Eds.), Oxford handbook of juvenile crime and juvenile justice: Vol. 1. Individual level variables (pp. 73-106). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Portnoy, J., Chen, F. R., Gao, Y., Niv, S., Schug, R. A., Yang, Y., & Raine, A. (2014).  Biological perspectives on sex differences in crime and antisocial behavior.  In R. Gartner & B. McCarthy (Eds.), Oxford handbook of gender, sex, and crime (pp. 260-285). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

  • Portnoy, J., Gao, Y., Glenn, A. L., Niv, S., Peskin, M., Rudo-Hutt, A. Schug, R. A., Yang, Y., & Raine, A. (2013). The biology of childhood crime and antisocial behavior. In C. Gibson and M. Khron (Eds.). Handbook of life-course criminology (pp. 21-42). New York: Springer. 

  • Potter, G., Barratt, M. J. , Malm, A.E., Bouchard, M., Blok, T. 2, Christensen, A. , Decorte, T., Frank, V., Hakkarainen, P., Klein, A., Lenton, S., Perala, J., Werse, B. 2 and Wouters, M.  (2015). Global patterns of domestic cannabis cultivation: A comparison of sample characteristics and patterns of growing across eleven countries. International Journal of Drug Policy, 26(3): 226-237. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2014.12.007

  • Schug, R. A. (2013). Commentary: Violent victimization is more common among people with schizophrenia-spectrum disorders than among the general population. Evidence Based Mental Health, 16(3), 90.

  • Schug, R. A., & Fradella, H. F. (2015). Mental illness and crime. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  • Schug, R. A., Gao, Y., Glenn, A. L., Peskin, M., Yang, Y., & Raine, A. (in press). The developmental evidence base: Neurobiological research and forensic applications. In G. Towl & D. Crighton (Eds.), Forensic psychology (2nd ed.). West Sussex, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

  • Schug, R. A., Geraci, G. G., Marmolejo, G., McLernon, H. L., Partida, L. S., & Roberts, A. J. (2015). Neuroimaging and antisocial behavior. In M. DeLisi & M. G. Vaughn (Eds.), Handbook of Biosocial Criminology (pp. 205-217). New York: Routledge.

  • Schug, R. A., Geraci, G. G. , Marmolejo, G., McLernon, H. L., & Roberts, A. J. (in press). The neuroscience of violent offending. In A. Beech, A. J. Carter, R. Mann, & P. Rotshtein (Eds.), The Wiley Handbook of Forensic Neuroscience. Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell.

  • Schug, R. A., Geraci, G. G., Holdren, S., Marmolejo, G., McLernon, H. L., & Thompson, S. (in press). Disorders of defiance, aggression, and violence: Oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, and antisocial personality disorder in males. In C. M. Zaroff & R. C. D’Amato (Eds.), Neuropsychology of men. New York: Springer.

  • Schug, R. A. & McLernon, H. L. (2014) Psychological tests in the courtroom (Uses and abuses). In B.A. Arrigo (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  • Schug, R. A., & Partida, L. S. (in press). Neuroimaging and forensic psychology. In R. Rosner & C. Scott (Eds.), Principles and practice of forensic psychiatry. New York: Taylor and Francis Publishing Company.

  • Schug, R. A., Raine, A., Gao, Y., Glenn, A., & Yang, Y. (in press). Neurocriminology: applications for forensic psychiatry. In R. Sadoff (Ed.), Forensic psychiatry: History, current developments, future directions. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Scott-Hayward, C. (2011). Shadow Sentencing: The Imposition of Federal Supervised Release. Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law 18(2): 181-230.

  • Scott-Hayward, C. (2012). “Parole,” in Encyclopedia of Community Corrections (Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa ed.).

  • Scott-Hayward, C. (2015). Book Review: Hadar Aviram, Cheap on Crime: Recession-Era Politics and the Transformation of American Punishment  (2015) (Forthcoming in Law and Society Review).
  • Scott-Hayward, C. (2015) Post-Custody Supervision in the United States: A Review of Best Practices. Irish Social Work Journal 2-4.
  • Scott-Hayward, C. “The Second Chance Act,” in Encyclopedia of Community Corrections (Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa ed.) (2012)

  • Vickovic, S. G., & Griffin, M. L. (2014). A Comparison of Line and Supervisory Officers and the Impact of Support on Commitment to the Prison Organization. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 25(6), 719-742.

  • Vickovic, S. G., Griffin, M. L., & Fradella, H. F. (2013). Depictions of correctional officers in newspaper media: an ethnographic content analysis. Criminal Justice Studies, 26(4), 455-477.

  • Yang, Y., Gao, Y., Schug, R. A., Glenn, A., Peskin, M., & Raine, A. (in press). Biosocial contributions to antisocial behavior. In M. DeLisi & K. Beaver (eds.), The life-course of antisocial behavior: Aggression to delinquency to crime. Jones & Bartlett.

  • Yang, Y., Raine, A., Joshi, A. A., Joshi, S., Chang, Y. T., Schug, R. A., Wheland, D., Leahy, R., & Narr, K. L. (2012). Disturbed frontal information flow and connectivity in psychopathy. British Journal of Psychiatry: The Journal of Mental Science, 201(5), 408-409.