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1.
2006
Sampson, Robert J.,  Laub, John H.,  Wimer, Christopher . Does marriage reduce crime? A counterfactual approach to within-individual causal effects. Criminology. 44, (3), 465-508.
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2005
Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Coming of age in wartime: How World War II and the Korean War changed lives. Historical Influences on Lives and Aging. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
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2004
Eggleston, Elaine P.,  Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Methodological sensitivities to latent class analysis of long-term criminal trajectories. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 20, (1), 1-26.
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2004
Bouffard, Leana Allen,  Laub, John H. Jail or the army: Does military service facilitate desistance from crime?. After Crime and Punishment: Pathways to Offender Reintegration. London, UK: Willan Publications.
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2003
Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Shared Beginnings, Divergent Lives: Delinquent Boys to Age 70. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
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2002
Cook, Philip J.,  Laub, John H. After the epidemic: Recent trends in youth violence in the United States. Crime and Justice: A Review of Research. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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2002
Eggleston, Elaine P.,  Laub, John H. The onset of adult offending: A neglected dimension of the criminal career. Journal of Criminal Justice. 30, (6), 603-622.
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2002
Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Sheldon and Eleanor Glueck's unraveling delinquency study: The lives of 1,000 Boston men in the Twentieth Century. Looking at Lives: American Longitudinal Studies of the Twentieth Century. New York, NY: Russell Sage.
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2001
Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Understanding desistance from crime. Crime and Justice: A Review of Research. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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1998
Cook, Philip J.,  Laub, John H. The unprecedented epidemic in youth violence. Youth Violence. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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1998
Cook, Philip J.,  Laub, John H. The epidemic in youth violence. Youth Violence. Crime and Justice: A Review of Research. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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1998
Hawkins, Darnell F.,  Laub, John H.,  Lauritsen, Janet L. Race, ethnicity, and serious juvenile offending. Serious and Violent Juvenile Offenders: Risk Factors and Successful Interventions. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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1998
Laub, John H.,  Nagin, Daniel S.,  Sampson, Robert J. Trajectories of change in criminal offending: Good marriages and the desistance process. American Sociological Review. 63, (2), 225-238.
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1996
Sampson, Robert J.,  Laub, John H. Socioeconomic achievement in the life course of disadvantaged men: Military service as a turning point, circa 1940-1965. American Sociological Review. 61, (3), 347-367.
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1995
Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Crime and context in the lives of 1,000 Boston men, circa 1925-1995. Current Perspectives on Aging and the Life Cycle, Vol. 4. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
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1993
Sampson, Robert J.,  Laub, John H. Crime in the Making: Pathways and Turning Points Through Life. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
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1993
Sampson, Robert J.,  Laub, John H. Structural variations in juvenile court processing: Inequality, the underclass, and social control. Law and Society Review. 27, (2), 285-311.
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1992
Lauritsen, Janet L.,  Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Conventional and delinquent activities: Implications for the prevention of violent victimization among adolescents. Violence and Victims. 7, (2), 91-108.
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1991
Lauritsen, Janet L.,  Sampson, Robert J.,  Laub, John H. The Link Between Offending and Victimization among Adolescents. Criminology. 29, (2), 265-292.
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1990
Sampson, Robert J.,  Laub, John H. Crime and deviance over the life course: The salience of adult social bonds. American Sociological Review. 55, (5), 609-627.
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1988
Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Unraveling families and delinquency: A reanalysis of the Gluecks' data. Criminology. 26, (3), 355-380.
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1987
Garofalo, James,  Siegel, Leslie,  Laub, John H. School-related victimizations among adolescents: An analysis of National Crime Survey (NCS) narratives. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 3, (4), 321-338.
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1987
Laub, John H. Data for positive criminology. Positive Criminology. Newbury Park, CA: SAGE Publications.
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1985
Laub, John H.,  McDermott, M. Joan . An Analysis of Serious Crime by Young Black Women. Criminology. 23, (1), 81-98.
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1983
Laub, John H. Trends in serious juvenile crime. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 10, (4), 484-506.
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1983
Laub, John H. Urbanism, race, and crime. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 20, (2), 183-198.
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1983
Laub, John H. Patterns of offending in urban and rural areas. Journal of Criminal Justice. 11, (2), 129-142.
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1981
Danser, Kenneth R.,  Laub, John H. Analysis of National Crime Victimization Survey to Study Serious Delinquent Behavior. Monograph Four: Juvenile Criminal Behavior and Its Relation to Economic Conditions. Albany, NY: Criminal Justice Research Center.
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1981
Danser, Kenneth R.,  Laub, John H. Juvenile Criminal Behavior and its Relation to Economic Conditions. Analysis of National Crime Victimization Survey Data To Study Serious Delinquent Behavior. 4, Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office.
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1981
Laub, John H. Ecological considerations in victim reporting to the police. Journal of Criminal Justice. 9, (6), 419-430.
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1981
Laub, John H.,  Hindelang, Michael J. Juvenile Criminal Behavior in Urban, Suburban, and Rural Areas. Analysis of National Crime Victimization Survey Data To Study Serious Delinquent Behavior. 3, Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office.
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1981
Laub, John H.,  Hindelang, Michael J. Juvenile Criminal Behavior in Urban, Suburban, and Rural Areas, Monograph Three. Analysis of National Crime Victimization Survey Data to Study Serious Delinquent Behavior. NCJ 75127, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
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Laub, John H.,  Sampson, Robert J. Criminal Careers and Crime Control: A Matched Sample Longitudinal Research Design, Phase I, Final Report. NCJ 127097, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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