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2012
Loughran, Thomas A.,  Pogarsky, Greg,  Piquero, Alex R.,  Paternoster, Raymond . Re-examining the functional form of the certainty effect in deterrence theory. Justice Quarterly. 29, (5), 712-741.
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2011
Loughran, Thomas A.,  Paternoster, Raymond,  Piquero, Alex R.,  Pogarsky, Greg . On ambiguity in perceptions of risk: Implications for criminal decision making and deterrence. Criminology. 49, (4), 1029-1061.
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2011
Zimmerman, Gregory M.,  Pogarsky, Greg . The consequences of parental underestimation and overestimation of youth exposure to violence. Journal of Marriage and Family. 73, (1), 194-208.
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2006
Xie, Min,  Pogarsky, Greg,  Lynch, James P.,  McDowall, David . Prior police contact and subsequent victim reporting: Results from the NCVS. Justice Quarterly. 23, (4), 481-501.
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2006
Pogarsky, Greg . Criminal records, employment, and recidivism: Editorial introduction. Criminology and Public Policy. 5, (3), 479-482.
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2005
Pogarsky, Greg,  Kim, KiDeuk,  Paternoster, Ray . Perceptual change in the National Youth Survey: Lessons for deterrence theory and offender decision-making. Justice Quarterly. 22, (1), 1-29.
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2003
Pogarsky, Greg,  Lizotte, Alan J.,  Thornberry, Terence P. The delinquency of children born to young mothers: Results from the Rochester Youth Development Study. Criminology. 41, (4), 1249-1286.
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1997
Nagin, Daniel,  Farrington, David P.,  Pogarsky, Greg . Adolescent mothers and the criminal behavior of their children. Law and Society Review. 31, (1), 137-162.
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