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2007
Langton, Lynn,  Piquero, Nicole Leeper . Can general strain theory explain white-collar crime? A preliminary investigation of the relationship between strain and select white-collar offenses. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (1), 1-15.
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2010
Piquero, Nicole Leeper,  Piquero, Alex R.,  Farrington, David P. Criminal offender trajectories and (white-collar) occupational prestige. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (3), 134-143.
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2010
Bouffard, Leana Allen,  Piquero, Nicole Leeper . Defiance theory and life course explanations of persistent offending. Crime and Delinquency. 52, (2), 227-252.
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2013
Piquero, Alex R.,  Connell, Nadine M.,  Piquero, Nicole Leeper,  Farrington, David P.,  Jennings, Wesley G. Does adolescent bullying distinguish between male offending trajectories in late middle age?. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 42, (3), 444-453.
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2007
Swatt, Marc L.,  Gibson, Chris L.,  Piquero, Nicole Leeper . Exploring the utility of general strain theory in explaining problematic alcohol consumption by police officers. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (6), 596-611.
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2006
Piquero, Nicole Leeper,  Schoepfer, Andrea . Exploring Whtie-Collar Crime and the American Dream: A Partial Test of Institutional Anomie Theory. Journal of Criminal Justice. 34, (3), 227-235.
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2004
Piquero, Nicole Leeper,  Davis, Jason L. Extralegal factors and the sentencing of organizational defendants: An examination of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. Journal of Criminal Justice. 32, (6), 643-654.
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