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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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2002
Hochstetler, Andy,  Copes, Heath,  DeLisi, Matt . Differential association in group and solo offending. Journal of Criminal Justice. 30, (6), 559-566.
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2014
Vaughn, Michael G.,  Salas-Wright, Christopher P.,  Maynard, Brandy R.,  DeLisi, Matt . Optimizing prevention targets based on behavioral risk in adolescence. Society for Social Work and Research 2014 Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX.
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1999
DeLisi, Matt,  Regoli, Bob . Race, conventional crime, and criminal justice: The declining importance of skin color. Journal of Criminal Justice. 27, (6), 549-557.
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2012
Vaughn, Michael G.,  DeLisi, Matt,  Beaver, Kevin M.,  Perron, Brian E.,  Abdon, Arnelyn . Toward a criminal justice epidemiology: Behavioral and physical health of probationers and parolees in the United States. Journal of Criminal Justice. 40, (3), 165-173.
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2007
Hochstetler, Andy,  DeLisi, Matt,  Puhrmann, Aaron M. Toward an integrated model of offending frequency: A replication study. Justice Quarterly. 24, (4), 582-599.
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2014
Vaughn, Michael G.,  Salas-Wright, Christopher P.,  DeLisi, Matt,  Maynard, Brandy R. Violence and externalizing behavior among youth in the United States: Is there a severe 5%?. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 12, (1), 3-21.
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