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1 Curriculum Vitae JOHN PAUL WRIGHT Assistant Chair, School of Criminal Justice Director, Graduate Program Associate Professor Senior Research Fellow, Center for Criminal Justice Research Fellow, Arlitt Child and Family Development Research Center WORK ADDRESS HOME ADDRESS School of Criminal Justice 1173 Constitution Drive University of Cincinnati Independence, KY ML Home: (859) Dyer Hall Cincinnati, OH Work: (513) ACADEMIC POSITIONS 2000-present Associate Professor, School of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, East Tennessee State University Adjunct Professor, Department of Justice Studies, Northern Kentucky University Research/Teaching Assistant, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati Research Assistant, Graduate School of Nursing, Indiana State University. EDUCATION Ph.D., Criminal Justice, 1996 University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH Dissertation: Parental Support and Juvenile Delinquency: A Test of Social Support Theory. Advisor: Dr. Francis T. Cullen. M.A., Criminology, 1992 Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN Thesis: Corporate Crime: Community Variability in Prosecution. Advisor: Dr. Mark S. Hamm. B.S., Criminology, 1991 Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN

2 HONORS AND AWARDS Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Cincinnati, 2009, 2010, 2011, Division of Criminal Justice Award For Service, University of Cincinnati, Mentor of the Year, Graduate Student Society, East Tennessee State University, and Gavin Distinguished Dissertation Award, College of Education, University of Cincinnati, PUBLICATIONS Books Wright, John Paul. (Forthcoming). Introduction to Criminal Justice. Connecticut: Bridgeport Education Publishers. Wright, John Paul, and Matt DeLisi. (Forthcoming). Criminology: A conservative critique. Connecticut: Bridgeport Education Publishers. Ellis, Lee, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright. (2009). Handbook of Crime Correlates. London: Academic. Wright, John Paul, Stephen G. Tibbetts, and Leah E. Daigle. (2008). Criminals in the Making: Criminality Across the Life Course. Los Angeles, CA: Sage. Cullen, Francis T., John Paul Wright, and Kristie R. Blevins. (2006). Taking Stock: The Status of Criminological Theory -- Advances in Criminological Theory, vol. 15. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. Shover, Neal and John Paul Wright (eds.). (2001). Crimes of Privilege: Readings in White-Collar Crime. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals Forthcoming Beaver, Kevin M., J. Eagle Shutt, Michael G. Vaughn, Matt DeLisi, and John Paul Wright Genetic influences on measures of parental negativity and childhood maltreatment: An exploratory study testing for gene x environment correlations. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, Forthcoming. Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, Matt DeLisi, and Michael G. Vaughn Dopaminergic polymorphisms and educational achievement: Results from a longitudinal sample of Americans. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Forthcoming. Boisvert, D., Stadler, W., Vaske, J., Wright, J. P., & Nelson, M. The interconnection between intellectual achievement and self-control. Criminal Justice and Behavior, Forthcoming.

3 Vaske, Jamie, Jamie Newsome, and John Paul Wright Interaction of 5HTTLPR and childhood neglect on criminal behavior and substance use for males and females. Developmental Psychology. Forthcoming. Wright, John Paul and Michelle A. Coyne Nature versus nurture. In Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology. Ed. EIC XXX. New York: Oxford University Press, Forthcoming Beaver, Kevin M., Matt DeLisi, Michael G. Vaughn, and John Paul Wright An interaction between perceived stress and 5HTTLPR genotype in the prediction of stable depressive symptomatology. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 82(2), Beaver, Kevin M., Chris L. Gibson, Matt DeLisi, Michael G. Vaughn, and John Paul Wright The Interaction between Neighborhood Disadvantage and Genetic Factors in the Prediction of Antisocial Outcomes. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. 10(1), Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, Brian B. Boutwell, J.C. Barnes, Matt DeLisi, and Michael G. Vaughn Exploring the association between the 2-repeat allele of the MAOA gene promoter polymorphism and psychopathic personality traits, arrests, incarceration, and lifetime antisocial behavior. Personality and Individual Differences, X(XX), XX-XXX. Boisvert, D., Vaske, J., Taylor, J., & Wright, J. P. The effects of differential parenting on sibling differences in self-control among brother-sister pairs. Criminal Justice Review. 37(1), Boisvert, D., Vaske, J., Wright, J.P., Knopik, V. Sex differences in criminal behavior: A genetic analysis. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice Issues. 28(3), Boisvert, Danielle, John Paul Wright, Paul V. Knopik, & Jamie Vaske. Genetic and environmental overlap between low self-control and delinquency. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 28(3), Vaske, Jamie, Danielle Boisvert, and John Paul Wright Genetic and environmental contributions to the relationship between violent victimization and criminal behavior. Journal of Interpersonal Violence X(X), / Vaske, Jamie, Jeffery T. Ward, Danielle Boisvert, and John Paul Wright

4 The stability of risk-seeking from adolescence to emerging adulthood. Journal of Criminal Justice, 40, Wright, John Paul and Francis T. Cullen The future of biosocial criminology: Beyond scholars professional ideology. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 28(3), Wright, John Paul, Pamela M. McMahon, Claire Daly, and J. Phil Haney Getting the law involved: A quasi-experiment in early intervention involving collaboration between schools and the District Attorney s Office. Criminology & Public Policy. 11(2), Wright, John Paul, Rebecca Schnupp, Kevin M. Beaver, Michael G. Vaughn, Matt DeLisi, and Danielle Boisvert Genes, maternal negativity, and self-control: Evidence of a gene x environment interaction. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 10(3), Beaver, Kevin M. and John Paul Wright School-level genetic variation predicts school-level verbal IQ scores: Results from a sample of American middle and high schools. Intelligence, 39 (July/August): Beaver, Kevin M., and John Paul Wright The association between county-level IQ and county-level crime rates. Intelligence, 39, Boisvert, D., Wright, J. P., Knopik, V., & Vaske, J. A twin study of sex differences in self-control. Justice Quarterly. X(X), / Chen, Aimin, Ethan Chung, Emily DeFranco, Susan M. Pinney, John Paul Wright, and Kim N. Dietrich Serum PBDEs and age at menarche in adolescent girls: Analysis of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Environmental Research, 111, DeLisi, Matt, Kevin M. Beaver, Kevin A. Wright, John Paul Wright, Michael G. Vaughn, and Chad R. Trulson Criminal specialization revisited: A simultaneous quantile regression approach. American Journal of Criminal Justice 36 (June): DeLisi, Matt, John Paul Wright, Kevin M. Beaver, and Michael G. Vaughn Teaching biosocial criminology I: Understanding endophenotypes with Gottfredson and Hirschi's self-control construct. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 22,

5 Vaske, Jamie, John Paul Wright, and Kevin M. Beaver A dopamine gene (DRD2) distinguishes between offenders who have and have not been violently victimized. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 55, Vaske, Jamie, John Paul Wright, Danielle Boisvert, and Kevin M. Beaver Gender, genetic risk, and criminal behavior. Psychiatry Research, 185, Beaver, Kevin M., Matt DeLisi, Michael G. Vaughn, and John Paul Wright The intersection of genes and neuropsychological deficits in the prediction of adolescent delinquency and low self-control. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 54, Beaver, Kevin M., Michael G. Vaughn, John Paul Wright, Matt DeLisi, and Matthew O. Howard Three dopaminergic polymorphisms are associated with academic achievement in middle and high school. Intelligence, 38, Beaver, Kevin M., Taylor Hoffman, Ryan T. Shields, Michael G. Vaughn, Matt DeLisi, and John Paul Wright Gender differences in genetic and environmental influences on gambling: Results from a sample of twins from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. Addiction, 105, Beaver, Kevin M., Matt DeLisi, Michael G. Vaughn, and John Paul Wright Association between the A1 allele of the DRD2 gene and reduced verbal abilities in adolescence and early adulthood. Journal of Neural Transmission, 117, DeLisi, Matt, Kevin M. Beaver, Michael G. Vaughn, Chad R. Trulson, Anna E. Kosloski, Alan J. Drury, and John Paul Wright Personality, gender, and self-control theory revisited: Results from a sample of institutionalized juvenile delinquents. Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice, 6, DeLisi, Matt, Michael G. Vaughn, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright The Hannibal Lector myth: Psychopathy and verbal intelligence in the MacArthur Violence Risk Assessment study. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 32, DeLisi, Matt, John Paul Wright, Michael G. Vaughn, and Kevin M. Beaver Nature and nurture by definition means both: A response to males. Journal of Adolescent Research, 25, Gibson, Chris L., Jeffrey T. Ward, John Paul Wright, Kevin M. Beaver, and Matt DeLisi Where does gender fit in the measurement of self-control? Criminal Justice and Behavior, 37, Vaughn, Michael G., John Fu, Matt DeLisi, John Paul Wright, Kevin M. Beaver, Brian E. Perron, and Matthew O. Howard

6 Prevalence and correlates of fire-setting in the United States: Results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 24, Wright, John Paul, Kevin M. Beaver, and Chris L. Gibson Behavioral stability as an emergent process: Toward a coherence theory of concentrated personal disadvantage. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 39, Wright, John Paul and Kristen Moore Personality and trait theories of crime. In Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology. Ed. EIC XXX. New York: Oxford University Press Beaver, Kevin M., Matt DeLisi, John Paul Wright, and Michael G. Vaughn Gene-environment interplay and delinquent involvement: Evidence of direct, indirect, and interactive effects. Journal of Adolescent Research, 24, DeLisi, Matt, Kevin M. Beaver, Michael G. Vaughn, and John Paul Wright All in the family: Gene X Environment interaction between DRD2 and criminal fathers is associated with five antisocial phenotypes. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, Vaske, Jamie, Kevin M. Beaver, John Paul Wright, Danielle Boisvert, and Matthew Makarios Moderating Effects of DRD2 on Depression. Stress and Health, 25, Vaske, Jamie, Kevin M. Beaver, John Paul Wright, Danielle Boisvert, and Rebecca Schnupp An interaction between DAT1 and having an alcoholic father predicts serious alcohol problems in a sample of males. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 104, Vaske, Jamie, Matthew Makarios, Danielle Boisvert, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright The interaction of DRD2 and violent victimization on depression: An analysis by gender and race. Journal of Affective Disorders, 112, Vaske, Jamie, Jamie Newsome, Matthew Makarios, John Paul Wright, Brian Boutwell, and Kevin M. Beaver Interaction of 5HTTLPR and marijuana use on property offending. Social Biology, 55, Vaughn, Michael G., Matt DeLisi, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright DAT1 and 5HTT are associated with pathological criminal behavior in a nationally representative sample of youth. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, Vaughn, Michael G., Matt DeLisi, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright Identifying latent classes of behavioral risk based on early childhood maifestations of self-control. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 7, Wright, John Paul, and Danielle Boisvert

7 What biosocial criminology offers criminology. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, Reprinted in Curt R. Bartol and Anne M. Bartol (eds.). Current Perspectives in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Behavior. (Forthcoming 2011). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Wright, John Paul, Danielle Boisvert, and Jamie Vaske Blood lead levels in early childhood predict adulthood psychopathy. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 7, Wright, John Paul Biosocial criminology. In Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology. Ed. EIC XXX. New York: Oxford University Press Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, and Anthony Walsh A gene-based evolutionary explanation for the association between criminal involvement and number of sex partners. Social Biology, 54, Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, and Matt DeLisi Delinquent peer group formation: Evidence of a Gene X Environment Correlation. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 169, Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, and Michael O. Maume The effect of school classroom characteristics on low self-control: A multilevel analysis. Journal of Criminal Justice, 36, Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, Matt DeLisi, and Michael G. Vaughn Desistance from delinquency: The marriage effect revisited and extended. Social Science Research, 37, Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, Matt DeLisi, and Michael G. Vaughn Genetic influences on the stability of low self-control: Results from a longitudinal sample of twins. Journal of Criminal Justice, 36, Beaver, Kevin M., Matt DeLisi, Michael G. Vaughn, John Paul Wright, and Brian B. Boutwell The relationship between self-control and language: Evidence of a shared etiological pathway. Criminology, 46, Beaver, Kevin M., Michael G. Vaughn, Matt DeLisi, and John Paul Wright Anabolic-androgenic steroid use and involvement in violent behavior in a nationally representative sample of young adult males in the United States. American Journal of Public Health, 169, Boisvert, Danielle, and John Paul Wright Nonshared environmental influences on sibling differences in externalizing problem behavior. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 35, DeLisi, Matt, Michael G. Vaughn, Kevin M. Beaver, John Paul Wright, Andy Hochstetler, Anna E. Kosloski, and Alan J. Drury

8 Juvenile sex offenders and institutional misconduct: The role of thought psychopathology. Criminal Behavior and Mental Health, 18, DeLisi, Matt., Kevin M. Beaver, John Paul Wright, and Michael G. Vaughn The etiology of criminal onset: The enduring saliance of nature and nurture. Journal of Criminal Justice, 36, Wright, John Paul, Kevin M. Beaver, Matt DeLisi, and Michael G. Vaughn Evidence of negligible parenting influences on self-control, delinquent peers, and delinquency in a sample of twins. Justice Quarterly, 25, Wright, John Paul, Kevin M. Beaver, Matt DeLisi, Michael G. Vaughn, Danielle Boisvert, and Jamie Vaske Lombroso's legacy: The miseducation of criminologists. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 19, Wright, John Paul, Kim Dietrich, M. Douglas Tis, Richard W. Hornung, Stephanie D. Wessel, Bruce P. Lanphear, Mona Ho, and Mary N. Rae Association of prenatal and childhood lead concentrations with criminal arrests in early adulthood. PLoS Medicine, 5, Beaver, Kevin M. and John Paul Wright A child effects explanation for the association between family risk and involvement in an antisocial lifestyle. Journal of Adolescent Research, 22, Beaver, Kevin M. and John Paul Wright The stability of low self-control from kindergarten through first grade. Journal of Crime and Justice, 30, Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, and Matt DeLisi Self-control as an executive function: Reformulating Gottfredson and Hirschi's parental socialization thesis. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 34, Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, Matt DeLisi, Anthony Walsh, Michael G. Vaughn, Danielle Boisvert, and Jamie Vaske A gene X gene interaction between DRD2 and DRD4 is associated with conduct disorder and antisocial behavior in males. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 3(30). Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, Matt DeLisi, Leah E. Daigle, Marc L. Swatt, and Chris L. Gibson Evidence of a gene X environment interaction in the creation of victimization: Results from a longitudinal study of adolescents. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 51, Vaughn, Michael G., Matt DeLisi, Kevin M. Beaver, John Paul Wright, and Matthew O. Howard Toward a psychopathology of self-control theory: The importance of narcissistic traits. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 25,

9 Beaver, Kevin M. and John Paul Wright Biosocial development and delinquent involvement. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 3, Beaver, Kevin M. and John Paul Wright Evaluating the effects of birth complications on low self-control in a sample of twins. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 49, Wright, John Paul and Kevin M. Beaver Do parents matter in creating self-control in their children? A genetically informed test of Gottfredson and Hirschi's theory of low self-control. Criminology, 43, Wright, John Paul, David Carter, and Francis T. Cullen A life-course analysis of military service in Vietnam. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 42, Brezina, Timothy, Robert Agnew, Francis T. Cullen, and John Paul Wright The code of the street: A quantitative assessment of Elijah Anderson's subculture of violence thesis and its contribution to youth violence research. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 2, Wright, John Paul and Francis T. Cullen Employment, peers, and life-course transitions. Justice Quarterly, 21, Moon, Melissa, Francis T. Cullen, and John Paul Wright It takes a village: Public willingness to help wayward youths. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 1, Agnew, Robert, Timothy Brezina, John Paul Wright, and Francis T. Cullen Strain, personality traits, and crime: Extending general strain theory. Criminology, 40, Wright, John Paul, Francis T. Cullen, and Nicolas Williams The embeddedness of adolescent employment and participation in delinquency: A life course perspective. Western Criminology Review, 4, Gibson, Chris L., John Paul Wright, and Steven G. Tibbetts Testing the generality of the general theory of crime: The effects of low selfcontrol on social development. Journal of Crime and Justice, 23, Gibson, Chris, and John Paul Wright

10 Low self-control and coworker delinquency: A research note. Journal of Criminal Justice, 29, Vander Ven, Thomas M., Francis T. Cullen, Mark A. Carrozza, and John Paul Wright Home alone: The impact of maternal employment on delinquency. Social Problems, 48, Wright, John Paul, and Francis T. Cullen Parental efficacy and delinquent behavior: Do control and support matter?. Criminology, 39, Wright, John Paul, Francis T. Cullen, and Jeremy T. Miller Family social capital and delinquent involvement. Journal of Criminal Justice, 29, 1-9. Wright, John Paul, Francis T. Cullen, Robert S. Agnew, and Timothy Brezina "The root of all evil"?: An exploratory study of money and delinquent involvement. Justice Quarterly, 18, Moon, Melissa, Jody Sundt, John Paul Wright, and Francis T. Cullen Is child-saving dead? Public support for juvenile rehabilitation. Crime and Delinquency, 46, Moon, Melissa, John Paul Wright, Francis T. Cullen, and Jennifer Pealer Putting kids to death: Specifying public support for juvenile capital punishment. Justice Quarterly, 17, Wright, John Paul, and Francis T. Cullen Juvenile involvement in occupational delinquency. Criminology, 38, Cullen, Francis T., John Paul Wright, and Mitchell B. Chamlin Social support and social reform: A progressive crime control agenda. Crime and Delinquency, 45, Whitehead, John T., Michael B. Blankenship, and John Paul Wright Elite versus citizen attitudes on capital punishment: Incongruity between the public and policymakers. Journal of Criminal Justice, 27, Cullen, Francis T., John Paul Wright, Shayna Brown, Melissa Moon, Michael B. Blankenship, and Brandon Applegate Public support for early intervention programs: Implications for a prograssive policy agenda. Crime and Delinquency, 44, Cullen, Francis T., Nicolas Williams, and John Paul Wright

11 Work conditions and juvenile delinquency: Is youth employment criminogenic? Criminal Justice Policy Review, 8, Wright, John Paul, Francis T. Cullen, and Nicolas Williams Working while in school and delinquent involvement: Implications for social policy. Crime and Delinquency, 43, Cullen, Francis T., Paul Gendreau, G. Roger Jarjoura, and John Paul Wright Crime and the bell curve: Lessons from intelligent criminology. Crime and Delinquency, 43, Reprinted in Richard C. Monk (ed.). Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Crime and Criminology New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Williams, Nicolas, Francis T. Cullen, and John Paul Wright Labor market participation and youth crime: The neglect of 'working' in delinquency research. Social Pathology, 2, Wright, John Paul, Francis T. Cullen, and Michael B. Blankenship The social construction of corporate violence: Media coverage of the Imperial Food products fire. Crime and Delinquency, 41, Reprinted in M. David Ermann and Richard J. Lundman (eds.). Corporate and governmental deviance : Problems of organizational behavior in contemporary society New York, NY: Oxford University Press Applegate, Brandon K., John Paul Wright, Francis T. Cullen, R. Gregory Dunaway, and John D. Wooldredge Victim-offender race and support for capital punishment: A factorial design approach. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 18, Chapters in Edited Volumes and Other Publications Beaver, Kevin M., John Paul Wright, and Matt DeLisi The Racist Teacher Revisited: Race and Social Skills in a Nationally Representative Sample of American Children In Frank Columbus (ed.), Classrooms: Management, Effectiveness, and Challenges. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers. Forthcoming. DeLisi, Matt, John Paul Wright A self-control paradox? The case of sexual homicide offending. In Gerben Bruinsma and David Weisburd (eds.). Invited chapter for inclusion in Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York: Springer- Verlag. Forthcoming.

12 Wright, John Paul, Kristan A. Moore, and Jamie Newsome The molecular genetics of crime. In K. M. Beaver and A. Walsh (eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to Biosocial Theories of Crime. Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing. Forthcoming. Wright, John Paul and Kevin M. Beaver 2012 Do families matter? In Francis T. Cullen and Pamela Wilcox (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Criminological Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming. Wright, John Paul 2011 Prenatal insults and the development of persistent criminal behavior. In Matt DeLisi & Kevin M. Beaver (eds.), p Criminological theory: A lifecourse approach. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett. DeLisi, Matt, Anna E. Kosloski, Alan J. Drury, Michael G. Vaughn, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright 2010 Never desisters: A descriptive study of the life-course-persistent offender. In Matt DeLisi and Kevin M. Beaver (eds.). Criminological Theory: A Life- Course Approach. Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. DeLisi, Matt, Kevin M. Beaver, Michael G. Vaughn, and John Paul Wright 2010 Biological/Biosocial Theories. In Heith Copes and Volkan Topalli (eds.), p. Criminological Theory: Readings and Retrospectives. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. DeLisi, Matt, John Paul Wright, Michael G. Vaughn, and Kevin M. Beaver 2009 Copernican criminology. The Criminologist, 34(1): Vaughn, Michael G., Matt DeLisi, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright 2009 Psychopathic personality features and the child welfare system: Implications for prevention of problems over the life-course. In Steven J. Quintero (ed.), p Child Welfare Issues and Perspectives. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers. Wright, John Paul and Kevin M. Beaver 2009 A systematic approach to understanding human variability in serious, persistent offending. In Joanna Savage (ed.). The Development of Persistent Criminality. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Wright, John Paul, and Danielle Boisvert 2009 Intelligence and Crime. In J.M. Miller (Ed.), 21 st Century Criminology: A Reference Handbook (pp.93-99). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Wright, John Paul 2009 Inconvenient truths: Race and crime. In Anthony Walsh and Kevin M. Beaver (eds.), p Biosocial Criminology: New Directions in Theory and Research. New York, NY: Routledge. Cullen, Francis T., James D. Unnever, John Paul Wright, and Kevin M. Beaver

13 2008 Parenting and self-control. In Erich Goode (ed.), p Out of Control: Assessing the General Theory of Crime. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Wright, John Paul and Kevin M. Beaver 2008 The behavioral genetics of predatory criminal behavior. In Matt DeLisi and Peter J. Conis (eds.), p Violent Offenders: Theory, Research, Public Policy, and Practice. Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Wright, John Paul, Danielle Boisvert, Kim Dietrich, and M. Douglas Ris 2008 The ghost in the machine and criminal behavior: Criminology for the 21st century. In Anthony Walsh and Kevin M. Beaver (eds.), p Biosocial Criminology: New Directions in Theory and Research. New York, NY: Routledge. Wright, John Paul, Francis T. Cullen, and Kevin M. Beaver 2007 Does punishment work?. In Hugh LaFollette (ed.), p Ethics in Practice: An Anthology, 3rd edition. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers. Wright, John Paul 2006 The Imperial Foods processing plant fire. In Jurg Gerber and Eric L. Jensen (eds.). Encyclopedia of White-Collar Crime. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Cullen, Francis T., John Paul Wright, Paul Gendreau, and D. A. Andrews 2003 What correctional treatment can tell us about criminological theory: Implications for social learning theory. In Ronald L. Akers and Gary F. Jensen (eds.), p Social Learning Theory and the Explanation of Crime: A Guide for the New Century--Advances in Criminological Theory, vol. 11. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. Cullen, Francis T. and John Paul Wright 2002 Criminal justice in the lives of American adolescents. In Jeylan Mortimer and Reed Larson (eds.), p The Changing Adolescent Experience: Societal Trends and the Transition to Adulthood. Cambridge, NY: Cambridge University Press. Wright, John Paul 2002 Premature affluence, rational choice and delinquency: Examining the darker side of affluence. In Alex Piquero and Steve Tibbetts (eds.), p Rational Choice and Criminal Behavior: Recent Research and Future Challenges. New York, NY: Routledge. Wright, John Paul, Francis T. Cullen, and John D. Wooldredge 2000 Parental support and juvenile delinquency. In Greer Litton Fox and Michael L. Benson (eds.), p Families, Crime, and Criminal Justice: Contemporary Perspectives on Family Research, vol. 2. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Wright, John Paul 1999 Corporate violence in the age of industrialism. In Ronald Gottesman (ed.), p Violence in America: An Encyclopedia, vol. 1. New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons.

14 Cullen, Francis T. and John Paul Wright 1997 Liberating the anomie-strain theory paradigm: Implications from social support theory. In Nikos Passas and Robert Agnew (eds.), p Assessing the Anomie-Strain Tradition. Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press. Cullen, Francis T. and John Paul Wright 1996 Two futures in American corrections. In Brendan Maguire and Polly F. Radosh (eds.), p The Past, Present, and Future of American Criminal Justice. New York, NY: General Hall. Wright, John Paul, Francis T. Cullen, and Michael B. Blankenship 1996 Chained factory fire exits: Media coverage of a corporate crime that killed 25 workers. In M. David Ermann and Richard J. Lundman (eds.), p Corporate and governmental deviance : problems of organizational behavior in contemporary society. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Wright, John Paul, and Lawrence F. Travis III 1996 Work release. In Marilyn McShane and Frank P. Williams (eds.), p The Encyclopedia of American Corrections. New York, NY: Garland. Cullen, Francis T., John Paul Wright, and Brandon K. Applegate 1995 Control in the community: The limits of reform? In Alan Harland (ed.), p What Works in Community Corrections: Evaluating the Supply and Defining the Demand. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Manuscripts Under Review Boisvert, D., Stadler, W., Vaske, J., Wright, J. P., & Nelson, M. The interconnection between intellectual achievement and self-control. Criminal Justice and Behavior. Boisvert, Danielle, Jamie Vaske, John Paul Wright, Kevin M. Beaver, and Rebecca Schnupp The association between DRD4 and DAT1 and frequent marijuana use. Addiction. Revise and resubmit. Gibson, Chris, John Paul Wright, Leah E. Daigle, Marc L. Swatt, and Kevin M. Beaver Gender and self-control: Should Grasmick et al.'s items be used for males and females? Journal of Quantitative Criminology. Revise and resubmit. Higgins, George E., Kevin M. Beaver, Matt DeLisi, John Paul Wright, Michael G. Vaughn, and J. Eagle Shutt A first step in understanding the developmental trajectories of twin offending. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Revise and resubmit. Vaske, Jamie, Brian B. Boutwell, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright 5HTT interacts with marijuana use to predict violent criminal behavior for females. Journal of Psychiatric Research. Revise and resubmit. Vaske, Jamie, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright The interaction of DRD2 and stressful life circumstances on depression among females. Psychosomatic Medicine. Revise and resubmit.

15 Vaske, Jamie, Matthew Makarios, Danielle Boisvert, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright An extension of the victimization pathway hypothesis to include genetic effects. Feminist Criminology. Revise and resubmit. Vaske, Jamie, Jeffrey T. Ward, Danielle Boisvert, and John Paul Wright The stability of self-control among young adults. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. Vaske, Jamie, Matthew Makarios, Brian B. Boutwell, Kevin M. Beaver, and John Paul Wright The role of 5HTTLPR X marijuana use on criminal behavior. Journal of Adolescence. REPORTS 2010 Report to the 28 th Judicial District of Kansas. An assessment and rewrite of the juvenile comprehensive plan Report to the 19 th Judicial District of Kansas. An assessment and rewrite of the juvenile comprehensive plan Report to the 5 th Judicial District of Kansas. An assessment and rewrite of the juvenile comprehensive plan John Paul Wright, David Carter, and Brenda Vose. Families and schools acting together: Final report. For Brown County, Ohio Juvenile Court Wright, John Paul and Vanessa Price. "The high cost of adolescent employment: Results from the Tri-Cities Adolescent Employment Survey." For Johnson City School Board, Carter County School Board, Washington County School Board John Paul Wright, Jill Fleury, Shayna Brown, and David Holleran. "Public attitudes on crime in Tennessee: Pragmatic crime policy." 1995 John Paul Wright, Yolander G. Hurst, Jody Sundt, and Edward Latessa. The Cincinnati curfew ordinance: A preliminary report Wright, John Paul, Yolander G. Hurst, Jody Sundt, and Edward Latessa. The Cincinnati curfew ordinance: An empirical examination of arrest rates. TEXT/BOOK REVIEWS June, "Introduction to Corrections: A Historical Approach." For Roxbury Press. October, "Corrections: Past, Present, and Future." For West Publishing. March, "Bulging Prisons, Bereft Communities." For Wadsworth Publishing. September, "Crime Typologies." For Wadsworth Publishing. November, "Coercion Theory." For St. Martins Press. January, Domestic Abuse. For Anderson Publishing.

16 July, Criminology and Social Control. For Blackwell Publishers. July, White-Collar Crime and its Control. For Wadsworth Press. PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS Invited Presentations/Lectures November The unfolding of serious, violent criminality. Invited lecture for the State of Ohio Department of Corrections. Ohio. August Why conservatives should care about criminal justice. Invited lecture at the State Policy Network Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington. October, Predatory human behavior: Causes, correlates and consequences. Presented to the Kansas Association of Court Services Officers in Wichita, KS. September, The development of offending behavior. Presented to State of Indiana Probation Conference. July, Getting the law involved: Results from the Early Intervention Prosecutors Program. Presented to the National Juvenile Judge's Conference in Chicago, IL. June, The development of criminal behavior. Presented to the Governor's Conference on Corrections in Wichita, KS. August, Adolescent brain development: Implications for treatment and control. Presented to the Nebraska Juvenile Justice Association. May, Etiology of juvenile offending across the life-course. Presented to the Urban League. September, Lead and adult criminal behavior. Presented to the 14th Annual New York Conference on Lead in New York. December, Delinquency prevention. Presented to the Indiana Youth Services. October, What works with offenders? Presented to the Nebraska Probation. June, The criminal mind: Bridging the gap between mental health and corrections. Presented to the ASPIN Educational Network. March, Assessing RECLAIM Ohio. Invited panelist at the Rethinking Juvenile Justice Conference in Columbus, OH. October, What works with adolescent offenders? Presented to the PACT in Indiana. September, Effective interventions and evidence based practices. Presented to the Federal Probation and United States Court Services in California. July, How lead affects adult crime. Presented to the East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, TN.

17 July, What works, what doesn't, and why. Presented to the Multi-county Juvenile Assistance Program in Stark County, OH. June, The development of offending and effective correctional intervention. Presented to the RECLAIM Ohio 2005, Ohio Department of Youth Services in Columbus, OH. March, Adolescent offenders and their treatment. Presented to the The Ohio State University, John Glenn Policy Institute in Columbus, OH. November, Lead in two generations. Presented to the Division of Criminal Justice Brown Bag Series. October, Lead and the intergenerational transmission of rime. Presented to the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Department of Environmental Health. October, Linking our understanding of the development of crime to effective interventions. Presented to the International Community Corrections Conference in Cincinnati, OH. September, Understanding the science of what works. Presented to the South Dakota Department of Corrections. June, What works, what doesn't, and why. Presented to the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and Division of Families in. May, Linking the development of offending to effective correctional intervention. Presented to the Indiana Judicial Center. March, Comorbidity in problem behavior and its relationship to juvenile treatment. Presented to the Division of Youth Services, State of Ohio in Columbus, OH. October, Known patterns of development into delinquency: A new direction in juvenile justice policy. Presented to the West Central Juvenile Justice Symposium. November, What correctional treatment has to teach criminological theory? With Francis T. Cullen. Invited panelists at the American Society of Criminology in Toronto, Canada. October, What students and criminals have in common. Presented to the University Productions "Last Lecture Series" in Cincinnati, OH. August, Social support and social reform: A progressive crime control agenda. Presented to the American Sociological Association in San Francisco, CA. November, Parental support and delinquent behavior: The limits of control theory. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Chicago, IL. April, A review of the evidence concerning the application of capital sentencing and the administration of capital punishment. Presented to the Lions Club in Johnson City, TN. Conference Presentations November, Genetic growth curve analyses on the development of low self-control. With Danielle Boisvert, Kevin M. Beaver, and Jaime Vaske. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in St. Louis, MO.

18 November, The relationship between self-control and language: Evidence of a shared etiological pathway. With Kevin M. Beaver, Matt DeLisi, Michael G. Vaughn, and Brian Boutwell. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in St. Louis, MO. November, An interaction between DRD2 and criminal father is associated with six antisocial phenotypes. With Matt DeLisi, Kevin M. Beaver, and Michael G. Vaughn. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in St. Louis, MO. November, The dopaminergic system is associated with low self-control and interacts with family risk. With Rebecca Schnupp. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in St. Louis, MO. November, A biosocial liability model model of antisocial behavior: An exploratory test on a sample of adolescents. With Michael G. Vaughn, Kevin M. Beaver, and Matt DeLisi. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in St. Louis, MO. November, Child behavioral outcomes in the context of Sampson and Laub's age-graded theory of informal social control. With Rebecca Schnupp and Danielle Boisvert. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in St. Louis, MO. November, HTT moderates the effects of marijuana use on serious criminal behavior for females. With Jaime Vaske, Matthew Makarios, Brian Boutwell, and Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in St. Louis, MO. March, Danger in Cincinnati: An overview of the Cincinnati Lead Study. With Kim N. Dietrich, M. Douglas Ris, Richard W. Hornung, Stephanie D. Wessel, Bruce P. Panphear, Mona Ho, Mary N. Rae, and Stephen E. Brown. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Cincinnati, OH. November, IQ and low self-control. With Danielle Boisvert. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, GA. November, Gender differences in a gene-environment interaction predicting depression in young adults. With Jaime Vaske, Danielle Boisvert, and Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, GA. November, Child behavioral outcomes in the context of general strain theory. With Rebecca Schnupp and Jaime Vaske. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, GA. March, A child effects explanation for the association between family risk and involvement in an antisocial lifestyle. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Seattle, WA. March, Genetic antecedents of career criminality: An exploratory empirical assessment with a national sample. With Matt DeLisi and Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Seattle, WA. March, Evidence of negligible parenting influences on self-control, delinquent peers, and delinquency in a sample of monozygotic twins. With Kevin M. Beaver and Matt DeLisi. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Seattle, WA.

19 March, A child effects explanation for the association between family risk and involvement in an antisocial lifestyle. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Seattle, WA. November, Evidence of a gene X environment interaction in the creation of victimization: Results from a longitudinal sample of adolescents. With Kevin M. Beaver, Leah E. Daigle, Marc L. Swatt, and Chris Gibson. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. November, Genetic and environmental contributors to associating with delinquent peers: Evidence of a gene X environment correlation. With Kevin M. Beaver and Matt DeLisi. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. November, Neuropsychological deficits are predictive of childhood levels of low self-control. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. November, Biosocial development and adolescent employment: Beyond the selection/causation debate. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. November, The biosocial development of persistent offending: A human systems approach. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. November, Gene X environment interaction and low self-control. With Rebecca Schnupp. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. November, Genetic contributions to alcohol related problems by gender and race. With Jaime Vaske. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. November, Emotional indicators of low self-control. With Jaime Vaske. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. November, Non-shared environmental influences and sibling differences in problem behavior. With Danielle Boisvert. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Los Angeles, CA. November, The intergenerational transmission of crime: The lead effect reconsidered. With Kim N. Dietrich and M. Douglas Ris. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Nashville, TN. November, The social constructions of dead beat dads. With Stephen Brown. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Nashville, TN. November, Do parents matter in creating self-control in their children. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Nashville, TN. April, The ABC's of misconduct: Antisocial behavior in children. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the Ohio Criminal Justice Research Conference in Columbus, OH. March, Evaluating the effects of birth complications on low self-control using a sample of twins. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Las Vegas, NV. March, The reproduction of concentrated personal advantage. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Las Vegas, NV.

20 November, Toward a unified theory of behavioral stability. With Kevin M. Beaver and Chris Gibson. Presented in Denver, CO. March, The stability of low self-control from childhood to young adulthood: A longitudinal analysis. With Kevin M. Beaver and Chris Gibson. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Boston, MA. November, Physicality and delinquent involvement: Does size matter?. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Chicago, IL. November, Family social capital across the life-course. With David E. Carter. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Chicago, IL. November, The birds, the bees, and delinquency. With Shawn Minor. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Chicago, IL. August, Criminal justice in the lives of adolescents. Presented to the American Sociological Association in Chicago, IL. February, Does size matter? Physicality and delinquent involvement. With Kevin M. Beaver. Presented to the University of Cincinnati Spring Research Conference in Cincinnati, OH. March, A life-course analysis of peer development. With David E. Carter and John Wooldredge. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Washington, DC. November, Parents, peers and developmental trends. With Kim Verhegee. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in San Francisco, CA. November, Rich man's war, poor man's battle: A life-course analysis of the effects of military service during Vietnam. With David E. Carter. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in San Francisco, CA. November, Testing Bandura's social learning model. With Steven Haas, Patricia Van Voorhis, and Paul Mazerolle. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in San Francisco, CA. November, Is child-saving dead? Public support for juvenile rehabilitation. With Melissa Moon, Jody Sundt, and Francis T. Cullen. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Toronto, Canada. November, Juvenile involvement in occupational delinquency. With Francis T. Cullen. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Toronto, Canada. March, Putting kids to death: Specifying public support for juvenile capital punishment. With Melissa Moon, Francis T. Cullen, and Jennifer Pealer. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Orlando, FL. March, "The root of all evil": Money and delinquent involvement. With Francis T. Cullen, Robert S. Agnew, and Tim Brezina. Presented to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Orlando, FL. November, Early work experiences and delinquency. Presented to the American Society of Criminology in Washington, DC.

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