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2010
DeLisi, Matthew,  Caudill, Jonathan W.,  Trulson, Chad R.,  Marquart, James W.,  Vaughn, Michael G.,  Beaver, Kvein M. Angry inmates are violent inmates: A Poisson Regression approach to youthful offenders. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. 10, (5), 419-439.
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2010
DeLisi, Matt,  Drury, Alan J.,  Kosloski, Anna E.,  Caudill, Jonathan W.,  Conis, Peter J.,  Anderson, Craig A.,  Vaughn, Michael G.,  Beaver, Kevin M. The cycle of violence behind bars: Traumatization and institutional misconduct among juvenile delinquents in confinement. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 8, (2), 91-106.
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2003
Haapanen, Rudy,  Steiner, Hans . Identifying Mental Health Treatment Needs Among Serious Institutionalized Delinquents Using Paper-and Pencil Screening Instruments, Executive Summary. NCJ 202975, Paso Robles, CA: California Youth Authority, Standard University School of Medicine [producer], United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice [dis.
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2003
Haapanen, Rudy,  Steiner, Hans . Identifying Mental Health Treatment Needs Among Serious Institutionalized Delinquents Using Paper-and Pencil Screening Instruments, Final Report. NCJ 202980, Paso Robles, California: California Youth Authority, Standard University School of Medicine [producer], United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice [dis.
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2008
Delisi, Matt,  Vaughn, Michael G.,  Beaver, Kevin M.,  Wright, John Paul,  Hochstetler, Andy,  Kosloski, Anna E.,  Drury, Alan J. Juvenile sex offenders and institutional misconduct: The role of thought psychopathology. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. 18, (5), 292-305.
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