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2015
Zavala, Egbert,  Melander, Lisa A.,  Kurtz, Don L. The importance of social learning and critical incident stressors on police officers' perpetration of intimate partner violence. Victims and Offenders. 10, (1), 51-73.
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2015
Kurtz, Don L.,  Zavala, Egbert,  Melander, Lisa A. The influence of early strain on later strain, stress responses, and aggression by police officers. Criminal Justice Review. 40, (2), 190-208.
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2013
Zavala, Egbert . Testing the link between child maltreatment and family violence among police officers. Crime and Delinquency. 59, (3), 468-483.
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2013
Zavala, Egbert . Examining the offender-victim overlap among police officers: The role of social learning and job-related stress. Violence and Victims. 28, (4), 731-748.
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2012
Kurtz, Don L. Roll call and the second shift: The influences of gender and family on police stress. Police Practice and Research. 13, (1), 71-86.
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2011
Anderson, Anita S.,  Lo, Celia C. Intimate partner violence within law enforcement families. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 26, (6), 1176-1193.
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2011
Gachter, Martin,  Savage, David A.,  Torgler, Benno . Gender variations of physiological and psychological strain amongst police officers. Gender Issues. 28, (1-2), 66-93.
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2011
Ivie, Don,  Garland, Brett . Stress and burnout in policing: Does military experience matter?. Policing. 34, (1), 49-66.
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2011
Gachter, Martin,  Savage, David A.,  Torgler, Benno . The relationship between stress, strain and social capital. Policing. 34, (3), 515-540.
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2010
Halbesleben, Jonathon R.B. . Spousal support and coping among married coworkers: Merging the transaction stress and conservation of resources models. International Journal of Stress Management. 17, (4), 384-406.
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2010
Gachter, Martin,  Savage, David A.,  Torgler, Benno . The role of social capital in reducing negative health outcomes among police officers. International Journal of Social Inquiry. 3, (1), 141-161.
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2009
Gershon, Robyn R. M.,  Barocas, Briana,  Canton, Alison N.,  Li, Xianbin,  Vlahov, David . Mental, physical, and behavioral outcomes associated with perceived work stress in police officers. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 36, (3), 275-289.
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2009
Gachter, Martin,  Savage, David A.,  Torgler, Benno . The Relationship between Stress and Social Capital among Police Officers. Discussion Paper and Working Paper Series. 250, Brisbane, Australia: Queensland University of Technology, School of Economics and Finance.
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2009
Gachter, Martin,  Savage, David A.,  Torgler, Benno . Retaining the Thin Blue Line: What Shapes Workers' Willingness Not to Quit the Current Work Environment. Working Paper No. 2009-28. Basel, Switzerland: Center for Research in Economics, Management and the Arts.
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2008
Kurtz, Don L. Controlled burn: The gendering of stress and burnout in modern policing. Feminist Criminology. 3, (3), 216-238.
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2008
Gustafson, Joseph L. Tokenism in policing: An empirical test of Kanter's hypothesis. Journal of Criminal Justice. 36, (1), 1-10.
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2008
Dowler, Kenneth,  Arai, Bruce . Stress, gender and policing: The impact of perceived gender discrimination on symptoms of stress. International Journal of Police Science and Management. 10, (2), 123-135.
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2008
Gul, Serdar Kenan . Police job stress in the USA. Turkish Journal of Police Studies. 10, (1), 1-13.
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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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2007
McCarty, William P.,  Zhao, Jihong S.,  Garland, Brett E. Occupational stress and burnout between male and female police officers: Are there any gender differences. Policing. 30, (4), 672-691.
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2006
Geltz, Sara . Partner Violence by Police Officers. Thesis, Southern Illinois University.
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2006
Kurtz, Don L. Controlled Burn: The Gendering of Stress, Burnout, and Violence in Modern Policing. Dissertation, Kansas State University.
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2005
He, Ni,  Zhao, Jihong,  Ren, Ling . Do race and gender matter in police stress? A preliminary assessment of the interactive effects. Journal of Criminal Justice. 33, (6), 535-547.
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2005
2003
Zhao, Jihong S.,  He, Ni P.,  Lovrich, Nicholas,  Cancino, Jeffrey . Marital status and police occupational stress. Journal of Crime and Justice. 26, (2), 23-46.
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