Intravia, Jonathan, Kevin T. Wolff, Rocio Paez, and Benjamin R. Gibbs
“Investigating the Relationship between Social Media Consumption and Fear of Crime: A Partial Analysis of Mostly Young Adults.” Computers in Human Behavior, 77, 158-168.
- Featured in Pacific Standard (2017): “Social Media Use is Linked to a Fear of Crime” by Tom Jacobs.
Intravia, Jonathan, Emily Pelletier, Kevin T. Wolff, and Michael T. Baglivio
“Community Disadvantage, Prosocial Bonds, and Juvenile Reoffending: A Multilevel Mediation Analysis.” Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 15(3), 240-263.
Intravia, Jonathan, Kevin T. Wolff, Benjamin R. Gibbs, and Alex R. Piquero
“Violent Attitudes and Antisocial Behavior: Examining the Code of the Street’s Generalizability among a College Sample.” Deviant Behavior, 38(9), 989-1006.
Wolff, Kevin T., Michael T. Baglivio, Jonathan Intravia, Mark Greenwald, and Nathan Epps
“The Mobility of Youth in the Justice System: Implications for Recidivism.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 46(7), 1371-1393.
Sobba, Kristen, Rocio Paez, and Tusty ten Bensel
“Perceptions of Cyberbullying: An Assessment of College Students’ Perspectives.” TechTrends. DOI 10.1007/s11528-017-0186-0.
Brown, Michael P.
“Motivational Interviewing for Juveniles. Encyclopedia of Corrections.” John Wiley and Sons.
Travis, Lawrence F. and Daniel Lytle
"Balancing Harms: The Ethics and Purposes of Criminal Sentencing."Justice, Crime, and Ethics (9th ed., pp. 170-188). New York: Routledge.
“Navigating the Academy: An Autoethnographic Approach to Examining the Lived Experience of African American Women at Predominantly White Institutions of Higher Education.” Journal of Qualitative Reports, 22(9), 1187-11960.