Jacob T.N. Young
Jacob T.N. Young
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
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The impact of on-officer video cameras on police–citizen contacts: Findings from a controlled experiment in Mesa, AZ
JT Ready, JTN Young
Journal of experimental criminology 11, 445-458, 2015
The role of peer delinquency and unstructured socializing in explaining delinquency and substance use: A state-of-the-art review
EM Hoeben, RC Meldrum, DA Walker, JTN Young
Journal of Criminal Justice 47, 108-122, 2016
Reconsidering the effect of self-control and delinquent peers: Implications of measurement for theoretical significance
RC Meldrum, JTN Young, FM Weerman
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 46 (3), 353-376, 2009
Understanding the Risk of Attrition in Undergraduate Engineering: Results from the Project to Assess Climate in Engineering
E Litzler, JTN Young
Journal of Engineering Education 101 (2), 319-345, 2012
How do they ‘end up together’? A social network analysis of self-control, homophily, and adolescent relationships
JTN Young
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 27, 251-273, 2011
Where “old heads” prevail: Inmate hierarchy in a men’s prison unit
DA Kreager, JTN Young, DL Haynie, M Bouchard, DR Schaefer, G Zajac
American sociological review 82 (4), 685-718, 2017
Unpacking the black box of peer similarity in deviance: Understanding the mechanisms linking personal behavior, peer behavior, and perceptions
JTN Young, CJ Rebellon, JC Barnes, FM Weerman
Criminology 52 (1), 60-86, 2014
Assessing and explaining misperceptions of peer delinquency
JTN Young, JC Barnes, RC Meldrum, FM Weerman
Criminology 49 (2), 599-630, 2011
The context of control: A cross‐national investigation of the link between political institutions, efficacy, and collective action
KE Corcoran, D Pettinicchio, JTN Young
British journal of social psychology 50 (4), 575-605, 2011
Toward a criminology of inmate networks
DA Kreager, DR Schaefer, M Bouchard, DL Haynie, S Wakefield, J Young, ...
Justice Quarterly 33 (6), 1000-1028, 2016
Changes in Self-Control During Adolescence: Investigating the Influence of the Adolescent Peer Network
RC Meldrum, JTN Young, FM Weerman
Journal of Criminal Justice 40 (6), 452-462, 2012
Social support from outside the walls: Examining the role of relationship dynamics among inmates and visitors
TJ Meyers, KA Wright, JTN Young, M Tasca
Journal of criminal justice 52, 57-67, 2017
Low self-control and the Dark Triad: Disentangling the predictive power of personality traits on young adult substance use, offending and victimization
JL Flexon, RC Meldrum, JTN Young, PS Lehmann
Journal of Criminal Justice 46, 159-169, 2016
Delinquency as a consequence of misperception: Overestimation of friends' delinquent behavior and mechanisms of social influence
JTN Young, FM Weerman
Social Problems 60 (3), 334-356, 2013
Violent offending and victimization in adolescence: Social network mechanisms and homophily
JJ Turanovic, JTN Young
Criminology 54 (3), 487-519, 2016
Diffusion of Policing Technology: The Role of Networks in Influencing the Endorsement and Use of On-Officer Cameras
JTN Young, J Ready
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 31 (3), 243-261, 2015
Friends in locked places: an investigation of prison inmate network structure
DR Schaefer, M Bouchard, JTN Young, DA Kreager
Social networks 51, 88-103, 2017
A longitudinal analysis of the relationship between administrative policy, technological preferences, and body-worn camera activation among police officers
JTN Young, JT Ready
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 12 (1), 27-42, 2018
Reassessing the relationship between general intelligence and self-control in childhood
RC Meldrum, MA Petkovsek, BB Boutwell, JTN Young
Intelligence 60, 1-9, 2017
Perceptions of Structural Injustice and Efficacy: Participation in Low/Moderate/High‐Cost Forms of Collective Action
KE Corcoran, D Pettinicchio, JTN Young
Sociological Inquiry 85 (3), 429-261, 2015
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