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2007
Murray, Joseph,  Janson, Carl-Gunnar,  Farrington, David P. Crime in adult offspring of prisoners: A cross-national comparison of two longitudinal samples. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 34, (1), 133-149.
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2009
Murray, Joseph,  Farrington, David P.,  Sekol, Ivana,  Olsen, Rikke F. Effects of Parental Imprisonment on Child Antisocial Behavior and Mental Health: A Systematic Review. Campbell Systematic Reviews. NCJ 229378, Cambridge, UK: Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University.
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2008
Murray, Joseph,  Farrington, David P. The effects of parental imprisonment on children. Crime and Justice. 37, (1), 133-206.
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2009
Farrington, David P.,  Coid, Jeremy W.,  Murray, Joseph . Family factors in the intergenerational transmission of offending. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. 19, (2), 109-124.
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2005
Murray, Joseph,  Farrington, David P. Parental imprisonment: Effects on boys' antisocial behaviour and delinquency through the life-course. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. 46, (12), 1269-1278.
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2008
Murray, Joseph,  Farrington, David P. Parental imprisonment: Long-lasting effects on boys' internalizing problems through the life course. Development and Psychopathology. 20, (1), 273-290.
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2011
Besemer, Sytske,  Van der Geest, Victor,  Murray, Joseph,  Bijleveld, Catrien C.J.H.,  Farrington, David P. The relationship between parental imprisonment and offspring offending in England and the Netherlands. British Journal of Criminology. 51, 1-25.
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