Shayne Jones
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Self-reported psychopathy: A validation study
DR Lynam, S Whiteside, S Jones
Journal of personality assessment 73 (1), 110-132, 1999
Personality, antisocial behavior, and aggression: A meta-analytic review
SE Jones, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Journal of Criminal Justice 39 (4), 329-337, 2011
Busy places and broken windows? Toward defining the role of physical structure and process in community crime models
P Wilcox, N Quisenberry, DT Cabrera, S Jones
Sociological Quarterly 45 (2), 185-207, 2004
“Does it take a village?” Assessing neighborhood influences on children’s self-control
CL Gibson, CJ Sullivan, S Jones, AR Piquero
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 47 (1), 31-62, 2010
Investigating different factor structures of the Psychopathy Checklist: Youth version: Confirmatory factor analytic findings.
S Jones, E Cauffman, JD Miller, E Mulvey
Psychological assessment 18 (1), 33, 2006
The built environment and community crime risk interpretation
P Wilcox, N Quisenberry, S Jones
Journal of Research in crime and delinquency 40 (3), 322-345, 2003
Externalizing behavior through the lens of the five-factor model: A focus on agreeableness and conscientiousness
JD Miller, DR Lynam, S Jones
Journal of Personality Assessment 90 (2), 158-164, 2008
Psychopathic traits from the perspective of self and informant reports: Is there evidence for a lack of insight?
JD Miller, SE Jones, DR Lynam
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 120 (3), 758, 2011
Does psychopathy manifest divergent relations with components of its nomological network depending on gender?
JD Miller, A Watts, SE Jones
Personality and individual differences 50 (5), 564-569, 2011
Exploited vulnerability: Legal and psychological perspectives on child sex trafficking victims
JA Reid, S Jones
Victims and Offenders 6 (2), 207-231, 2011
The general theory of crime: How general is it?
S Jones, N Quisenberry
Deviant Behavior 25 (5), 401-426, 2004
In the eye of the impulsive beholder: The interaction between impulsivity and perceived informal social control on offending
S Jones, DR Lynam
Criminal Justice and behavior 36 (3), 307-321, 2009
The influence of parental support among incarcerated adolescent offenders: The moderating effects of self-control
S Jones, E Cauffman, AR Piquero
Criminal Justice and Behavior 34 (2), 229-245, 2007
Substance use, personality, and inhibitors: Testing Hirschi’s predictions about the reconceptualization of self-control
S Jones, DR Lynam, AR Piquero
Crime & Delinquency 61 (4), 538-558, 2015
Juvenile psychopathy and judicial decision making: An empirical analysis of an ethical dilemma
S Jones, E Cauffman, Ph. D
Behavioral sciences & the law 26 (2), 151-165, 2008
Psychopathic traits and externalizing behaviors: A comparison of self-and informant reports in the statistical prediction of externalizing behaviors.
S Jones, JD Miller
Psychological Assessment 24 (1), 255, 2012
The link between traditional police sub‐culture and police intimate partner violence
L Blumenstein, L Fridell, S Jones
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 2012
Using structural equations to model Akers’ social learning theory with data on intimate partner violence
JK Cochran, J Maskaly, S Jones, CS Sellers
Crime & Delinquency 63 (1), 39-60, 2017
Hirschi’s redefined self-control: Assessing the implications of the merger between social-and self-control theories
JT Ward, JH Boman IV, S Jones
Crime & Delinquency 61 (9), 1206-1233, 2015
Social learning and self-control: Assessing the moderating potential of criminal propensity
A Yarbrough, S Jones, C Sullivan, C Sellers, J Cochran
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 56 (2 …, 2012
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