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1 Curriculum Vita (February 2015) Michael Rocque 265 Pettengill Hall Bates College Lewiston, Maine Phone: (207) EDUCATION 2013 Northeastern University, Boston, MA PhD in Criminology and Justice Policy Dissertation Understanding the relationship between maturation and desistance: A Life-course developmental perspective Committee: Ineke H. Marshall (chair); Chester L. Britt; Raymond; Paternoster; Helene R. White The University of Maryland, College Park, MD Masters of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice Thesis The impact of a therapeutic correctional boot camp on social bonds: A randomized comparison Committee: Doris L. MacKenzie (chair); Raymond Paternoster; Denise C. Gottfredson The University of Maine, Orono, ME Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology CURRENT POSITION 2014-present Assistant Professor Bates College Department of Sociology 2014-present Senior Research Advisor Maine Department of Corrections Page 1

2 PUBLICATIONS JOURNAL ARTICLES & REVIEWS Jennings, WG, Rocque, M, Fox, BH, Piquero, AR, & Farrington, DP. (Forthcoming). Can they recover? An assessment of adult adjustment problems among males in the abstainer, recovery, life-course persistent, and adolescentlimited pathways followed up to age 56 in the Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development. Development and Psychopathology. Botchkovar, E, Marshall, IH, Rocque, M, & Posick, C. (Forthcoming). The importance of parenting in the development of self-control in boys and girls: Results from a multinational study of youth. Journal of Criminal Justice. Rocque, M, Posick, C, Marshall, IH, & Piquero, AR. (Forthcoming). Examining criminal careers across national context: A comparative analysis. European Journal of Criminology. Rocque, M, Posick, C, & Felix, S. (Forthcoming). The role of the brain in urban violent offending: Integrating biology with structural theories of the streets. Criminal Justice Studies. DOI: / X Rocque, M. (Forthcoming). The lost concept: The (re)emerging link between maturation and desistance from crime. Criminology & Criminal Justice. DOI: / Rocque, M, Posick, C, & Paternoster, R. (Forthcoming). Identities through time: An exploration of identity change as a cause of desistance. Justice Quarterly. DOI: / Rocque, M. (2015). Review of The Gun Debate: What Everyone Needs to Know By Philip J. Cook and Kristin A. Goss. Social Science Journal. 52(1): Rocque, M, Posick, C, Barkan, SE, & Paternoster, R. (2015). The relationship between marriage and county-level crime rates: A research note. Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency. 52(1): Posick, C, & Rocque, M. (2015). Family matters: A cross-national examination of family bonding and victimization. European Journal of Criminology. 12(1): Rocque, M., & Plummer-Beale, J. (2014). In the eye of the beholder? An examination of the inter-rater reliability of the LSI-R and YLS/CMI in a correctional agency. Journal of Criminal Justice. 42(6): Page 2

3 Welsh, BC, & Rocque, M. (2014). When crime prevention harms: A review of systematic reviews. Journal of Experimental Criminology. 10(3): Rocque, M, Welsh, BC, Greenwood, PW, & King, E. (2014). Implementing and sustaining evidence-based practice in juvenile justice: A case study of a rural state. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 58(9): Welsh, BC, Rocque, M, & Greenwood, PW. (2014). Translating research into evidencebased practice in juvenile justice: Brand name programs, meta-analysis, and new directions. Journal of Experimental Criminology. 10(2): Posick, C, Rocque, M, & Rafter, N. (2014). More than a feeling: Integrating empathy into the study of law making, law breaking and reactions to crime. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 58(1): Posick, C, Rocque, M, & McDevitt, J. One scale fits all? (2013). Assessing racial differences in two policing measures. Race and Justice. 3(3): Barkan, SE, Rocque, M, & Houle, JN. (2013) State and regional suicide rates: A new look at an old puzzle. Sociological Perspectives. 56(2): Rocque, M, Posick, C., & Zimmerman, GM. (2013). Measuring up: Testing the measurement properties of two self-control measures. Deviant Behavior. 34(7): Rocque, M, Bierie, DM, Posick, C, & MacKenzie, DL. (2013). Unraveling change: Social bonds and recidivism among released offenders. Victims and Offenders. 8(2): Rocque, M. (2012). Exploring school rampage shootings: Research, theory and policy. The Social Science Journal. 49(3): *Most downloaded article in journal: Posick, C, Rocque, M, Whitaker, K, & Mazeika, DM. (2012). Examining metal theft in context: An opportunity theory approach. Justice Research & Policy. 14(2): Rocque, M, Welsh, BC & Raine, A. (2012). Biosocial criminology and modern crime prevention. Journal of Criminal Justice. 40(3): *Second most downloaded article in journal: Page 3

4 Ferguson, RF, MacDonald, B, Rocque, MA, Furstenburg, CT, Horigan, S, Ayles, T, & Saykin, A. (2012). Development of CBT for chemotherapy related cognitive change: Results of a randomized wait-list trial. Psycho-Oncology. 21(2): Rocque, M, & Paternoster, R. (2011). Understanding the school-to-jail-link : The relationship between race and school discipline. Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. 101(2): Rocque, M. (2011). Racial disparities in the criminal justice system and perceptions of legitimacy: A theoretical linkage. Race & Justice. 1(3) *Winner of the 2011 ASC Division on People of Color and Crime Outstanding Student Research Award. **Fourth most cited article in journal; second most read: Rocque, M, Bierie, DM, & MacKenzie, DL. (2011). Social bonds and change during incarceration: Testing a missing link in the re-entry literature. International Journal of Offender Therapy & Comparative Criminology. 55(5): Martin, TC & Rocque, M. (2011). Accidental and non-accidental ingestion of methadone and buprenorphine in childhood: A single center experience, Current Drug Safety. 6(1): Rocque, M. (2010). Disproportionate minority discipline: Does race matter? American Journal of Education. 116(4): Rocque, M. (2008). Strain, coping strategies, and slavery: A general strain theory application. Crime, Law & Social Change. 46(4): BOOK ENTRIES & RESEARCH REPORTS Rocque, M. Posick, C., Hoyle, J. & Piquero, A. R. (Forthcoming). Age and crime. In Jennings, W. G., Higgins, G. E., Khey, D. N., & Maldonado-Molina, M. M. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Britt, C. L. and Rocque, M. (Forthcoming). Control as an explanation of crime. In Piquero, A. R. (Ed.) Wiley Handbook of criminological theory. New York: Wiley. Lee, J. G., Paternoster, R., & Rocque, M. (Forthcoming). Capital case processing in Georgia after McClesky: More of the same. In Maratea, R. J. & Keys, D. (Eds.). Race in America and the future of the death penalty. Page 4

5 Rocque, M, and Welsh, BC (2015). Offender rehabilitation from a maturation perspective. In M. DeLisi & M. Vaughn (Eds.). Routledge handbook of biosocial criminology (Chapter 34, pp ). New York: Routledge. Posick, C., Rocque, M., Delisi, M. (2015). Empathy, crime, and justice. In M. DeLisi & M. Vaughn (Eds.). Routledge handbook of biosocial criminology (Chapter 39, pp ). New York: Routledge. Rubin, M, Shaler, G, Geren, A, Dumont, R, & Rocque, M. (2014). Maine crime and justice data book, Maine Statistical Analysis Center, USM Muskie School of Public Service. Available at Rocque, M, Welsh, BC, and Raine, A. (2014). Policy implications of biosocial criminology: Crime prevention, treatment and offender rehabilitation. In B.B. Boutwell, K. Beaver, & J.C. Barnes (Eds.), The nurture versus biosocial debate in criminology (Chapter 26, pp ). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Singer, SI & Rocque, M. (2014). Juvenile violence. In JS. Albanese (ed). The encyclopedia of criminology & criminal justice. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Fox, JA, Rocque, M, & Posick, C. (2014). Juvenile violence. In Weisburd, D, and Bruinsma, G (Eds.). Encyclopedia of criminology & criminal justice (pp ). New York: Springer-Verlag. Rocque, M, Raine, A, & Welsh, BC. (2013). Experimental neurocriminology: Etiology and treatment. In BC Welsh, AA Braga, and JN Gerben. (Eds.). Experimental criminology: Prospects for advancing science and public policy (Chapter 3, pp ). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Rocque, M, & Posick, C. (2012). To review or not review? That is the grad student s question. The criminologist. 37(6) Greenwood, PJ, Welsh, BC, & Rocque, M. (2012). Assessing state progress in implementing proven programs for juvenile offenders. Final Report to the Smith Richardson Foundation. Rocque, M, & Paternoster, R. (2012). Positive criminology and positive theories of crime. In D. Schultz (Ed.). The encyclopedia of American law and criminal justice. Facts on File. Posick, C, & Rocque, M. (2012). Street crime in America. In D. Schultz (Ed.). The Encyclopedia of American law and criminal justice. Facts on File. Page 5

6 Rocque, M, Posick, C, & Dolliver, M. (2012). Trait theories of crime. In D. Schultz (Ed.). The encyclopedia of American law and criminal justice. Facts on File. Rubin, M, Rocque, M, & Ethridge, W. (2011). JRSA Technical Report: An analysis of probation violations and revocations in Maine, June, University of Southern Maine, Muskie School of Public Service. Available at Rubin, M, Ethridge, W, & Rocque, M. (2011). implementing evidence-based principles in community corrections: A case study of successes and challenges in Maine. March, Project Technical Report for the National Institute of Corrections. University of Southern Maine, Muskie School of Public Service. Available at Noreus, R, Hubely, T, & Rocque, M. (2010). Disproportionate minority contact in Maine: DMC assessment and identification. Muskie School of Public Service. Available at Rubin, M, Dodge, J, Noreus, R & Rocque, M. (2009). Maine crime and justice data book, Maine Statistical Analysis Center, USM Muskie School of Public Service. Available at Rocque, M, & Rubin, M. (2009). Probation Violations in Maine. Research and Policy Brief. Maine Justice Policy Center. Muskie School of Public Service. Available at BOOKS Rafter, NH, Posick, C, Rocque, M. The Criminal Brain, 2 nd ed. New York University Press. Under Contract. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS 2014 Discussant on Challenges to criminologists in non-academic careers panel. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. San Francisco, CA Discussant on Situating criminological theory within the biosocial perspective: How biosocial research can inform mainstream theoretical explanations of crime and delinquency panel. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. San Francisco, CA. Page 6

7 2013 The marriage effect revisited: The effect of marriage on state and county crime rates. Paper presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA Discussant of On neuro-dignity and diversity in offender rehabilitation. Treating the criminal offender brain: Can we? Should we? September, Minneapolis, MN 2012 (with PW Greenwood, BC Welsh, and J Delavega) State progress in implementing proven programs for juveniles. Paper presentation. National Institute of Justice conference, Arlington, VA The lost concept: The (re)emerging link between maturation and desistance from crime. Paper presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Chicago, IL (with C Posick, IH Marshall, and C Marshall) Assessing the correlates of specialization and serious offending in an international sample. Paper presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Washington, DC Preventing the criminal man: Modern approaches to crime prevention through a biological lens. Paper presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Washington, DC (with E Botchkovar, IH Marshall, and C Posick) Risky lifestyles, criminal propensity, and deviance in a cross-national study of youth. Paper presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Washington, DC (with E Botchkovar, C Posick & IH Marshall). How generalizable is self-control theory? Results from the ISRD-2. Paper presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. San Francisco, CA (with C Posick) Measuring up: Assessing the psychometric properties of two selfcontrol measures. Paper presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. San Francisco, CA Social bonds and change during incarceration: Testing a missing link in the reentry literature. Paper presentation, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November St. Louis, MO The impact of a therapeutic correctional boot camp on social bonds: A randomized comparison. Poster Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Los Angeles, CA. Page 7

8 ABSTRACTS Ferguson, R. J. & Rocque, M. (2009). A Randomized, Wait-List Control Trial of Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment For Chemotherapy-Related Cognitive Dysfunction of Breast Cancer Survivors. Abstract submitted to American Society of Cancer Oncology- Breast Cancer Symposium-San Francisco. Mahoney, C., Podraza, A, & Rocque, M. (2009). The Neuropsychological Effect of Abuse and Neglect on School-Age Children. Abstract submitted to the Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychology Society-Acapulco. MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS: OP-EDS Rocque, M. The invisible racism: What critics of the Ferguson protests are missing Bangor Daily News, January 7, 2015 Quoted in Why are almost all active shooters men? by Beth Elderkin, Daily Dot. Rocque, M. Were you mature at 18? Jails get it wrong by treating young adults as real adults Bangor Daily News, April 16, 2014 Rocque, M. Why Maine is a leader in juvenile justice Bangor Daily News, June 25, 2013 Rocque, M. Maine winters mean togetherness on ice: People from away can't imagine the joys of ice fishing or smelting with friends and family members Maine Sunday Telegram, February 11, 2007 Rocque, M. Fight against prejudice still continues: Maine has a well-earned reputation for friendliness that's marred from time to time by hate Portland Press Herald, September 28, 2006 Rocque, M. Look who s leading the way in crime fighting Bangor Daily News, June 3, 2006 Rocque, M. Capital city hypocrisy Bangor Daily News, April 15, 2006 Rocque, M. Give us reasons to stay Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, June 26, 2005 Page 8

9 Rocque, M. Waging our own perpetual war Bangor Daily News, July 6, 2005 Rocque, M. Real world awaits Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, May 23, 2005 Rocque, M. Discrimination at Disney Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, May 8, 2005 Rocque, M. Take action to curb campus alcohol abuse Bangor Daily News, May 3, 2005 Rocque, M. Apathy rampant on campus Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, April 16, 2005 Rocque, M. College means saying so long to snow days Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, March 6, 2005 Rocque, M. Instead of drafting, withdraw troops Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, February 13, 2005 Rocque, M. Bring back the draft Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, January 30, 2005 Rocque, M. One family s wait for news Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, December 24, 2004 Rocque, M. Working toward a degree Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, December 20, 2004 Rocque, M. Courting the college vote Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinal, October 11, 2004 Rocque, M. Campus abuzz as classes resume at UMaine-Orono Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, September 12, 2004 Rocque, M. Use your freedom of speech: Protest government policies Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, August 21, 2004 Rocque, M. Liberal should not be an unwelcome term in American politics Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, August 4, 2004 SELECTED RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Page 9

10 Grant Project Involvement Northeastern University Research Assistant PI: Professor Brandon C. Welsh, PhD Project: Comparison of State Efforts and Accomplishments in Implementing Evidence Based Programs for Delinquent and Dependent Youth The University of Maryland Research Assistant Educational Psychology PI: Professor Sylvia Rosenfield, PhD & Professor Gary Gottfredson, PhD Project: Evaluation of Instructional Consultation Teams Grant Proposals Accepted (Written and/or Co-Written) 2009 Enhancing Patient Safety through Improved Communication (EPIC) $24,000 (Cardinal Health) $2,000 (Medline). PI: Felix Hernandez, MD Definitions and Criteria for Healthcare Acquired Infections in Acute Behavioral Settings $25,000 (Medline) PI: Thomas Shandera, RN Integrating Behavioral Healthcare and Primarcy Care Services for Substance Abuse Affected Families $40,000 (Maine Health Access Foundation) PI: Eric Brown, MD Eastern Maine Telehealth Network: Expanding Access to Specialty Care (Continuation Grant) $241,223 (Health Resources and Services Administration) PI: Robert Holmberg, MD Evaluating the Effectiveness of an HIT Self-Management Program for Chronic Disease Patients $298,642 (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) PI: Barbara Sorondo, MD 2014 Page 10

11 Enhancing Fidelity to Evidence-Based Models: Fidelity Monitoring as a Tool to Increase Model Effectiveness. $571,437 (Bureau of Justice Assistance) TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2014-present Bates College (SOC 101; SOC 211-Crime, Justice, and Society) Lewiston, ME University of Southern Maine (CRM 350-Race and Crime) Portland, ME University of Maine, Orono (Sociology 101, Sociology 214-Criminology, Sociology 497-Survey Practicum) Bangor, ME 2007 Beal College (Sociology 101) Bangor, ME AWARDS & HONORS Criminology and Public Policy Comprehensive Examination, Northeastern University (High Pass) Area of Specialization Comprehensive Exam (High Pass) American Society of Criminology, Division on People of Color and Crime s Outstanding Student Research Award Research Methods Comprehensive Examination, Northeastern University (High Pass) 2006 Jakob K. Goldhaber Travel Grant-The University of Maryland 2005 Outstanding Sociology Student-The University of Maine Membership in: Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Psi-Chi National Psychology Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Kappa Delta National Sociology Honor Page 11

12 Society, Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society and Golden Key Honor Society Phi Kappa Phi Book Award Scholarship Grady Competition for Creative Writing Award-Opinion Editorial Piece SELECTED WORK EXPERIENCE Current Bates College Department of Sociology, Lewiston, Maine Assistant Professor Maine Department of Corrections, Augusta, Maine Director of Research University of Maine, Orono Lecturer I University of Southern Maine Lecturer II Eastern Maine Medical Center, Clinical Research Center Consultant University of Southern Maine, Maine Justice Policy Center Consultant Northeastern University Teaching Assistant Intro to Criminal Justice (CRIM 1100) Senior Capstone (CRIM 4949) Race, Crime and Justice (CRIM 4020) Introduction to Statistics (CRIM 3700) Crime Prevention (CRIM 4040) Page 12

13 The University of Maryland Teaching Assistant Intro to Criminal Justice (CCJS 100) Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel Columnist Eastern Maine Medical Center, Clinical Research Center Research Analyst PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Society of Criminology Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Editorial Positions Journal of Criminal Justice editorial board member, 2014-present Occasional Manuscript Reviewer American Journal of Criminal Justice Criminology Crime & Delinquency Crime, Law & Social Change Criminal Justice Policy Review Deviant Behavior Homicide Studies International Journal of Offender Therapy & Comparative Criminology International Journal of Forensic Mental Health The Journal of Criminal Justice The Journal of Quantitative Criminology Race & Justice Page 13

14 The Social Science Journal The Sociological Quarterly Bates College Member of Search Committee for Social Sciences Librarian, 2014 Faculty liaison for Football Team, 2014 Northeastern University Criminology and Criminal Justice Graduate Student Association Vice-President, American Society of Criminology Mentor University of Southern Maine (January 8, 2014-January 7, 2015) Institutional Review Board Member CERTIFICATIONS January 2009 Correctional Program Assessment Inventory (CPAI) certified evaluator Certification and Training REFERENCES Available Upon Request Page 14

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