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2011
Schwartz, Joseph A.,  Beaver, Kevin M. Evidence of a gene x environment interaction between perceived prejudice and MAOA genotype in the prediction of criminal arrests. Journal of Criminal Justice. 39, (5), 378-384.
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2013
Schwartz, Joseph A.,  Beaver, Kevin M. Examining the effects of dopamine genes on verbal IQ within and between families. Journal of Neural Transmission. 120, (3), 477-486.
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2011
Beaver, Kevin M.,  Rowland, Meghan W.,  Schwartz, Joseph A.,  Nedelec, Joseph L. The genetic origins of psychopathic personality traits in adult males and females: Results from an adoption-based study. Journal of Criminal Justice. 39, (5), 426-432.
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2013
Beaver, Kevin M.,  Schwartz, Joseph A.,  Nedelec, Joseph L.,  Connolly, Eric J.,  Boutwell, Brian B.,  Barnes, J.C. . Intelligence is associated with criminal justice processing: Arrest through incarceration. Intelligence. 41, (5), 277-288.
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2013
Schwartz, Joseph A.,  Beaver, Kevin M. A partial test of Moffitt's developmental taxonomy: Examining the role of genetic risk. Justice Quarterly.
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2011
Beaver, Kevin M.,  Barnes, J. C.,  May, Joshua S.,  Schwartz, Joseph A. Psychopathic personality traits, genetic risk, and gene-environment correlations. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 38, (9), 896-912.
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2013
Schwartz, Joseph A.,  Beaver, Kevin M. Serious fighting-related injuries produce a significant reduction in intelligence. Journal of Adolescent Health. 53, (4), 520-525.
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