Biosocial


In Press


Barnes, J.C.

Analyzing the origins of life-course-persistent offending: A consideration of environmental and genetic

influences. Criminal Justice and Behavior.


Barnes, J.C., and Brian B. Boutwell

A demonstration of the generalizability of twin-based research on antisocial behavior. Behavior Genetics.


Barnes, J.C., Brian B. Boutwell, and Kevin M. Beaver

Contemporary biosocial criminology: A systematic review of the literature, 2000-2012. In Handbook of

Criminological Theory, ed. Alex R. Piquero. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.


Barnes, J.C., Brian B. Boutwell, and Kevin M. Beaver

Genetic and nonshared environmental factors predict handgun ownership in early adulthood. Death

Studies.


Barnes, J.C., Brian B. Boutwell, Kevin M. Beaver, and Chris L. Gibson

Analyzing the origins of childhood externalizing behavioral problems. Developmental Psychology.


Barnes, J.C., Michael Ten Eyck*, Brian B. Boutwell, and Kevin M. Beaver

Indicators of domestic/intimate partner violence are structured by genetic and nonshared environmental

influences. Journal of Psychiatric Research.


Beaver, Kevin M., Brian B. Boutwell, J.C. Barnes, Matt DeLisi, and Michael G. Vaughn

Exploring the genetic origins of adolescent victimization in a longitudinal sample of adoptees. Victims &

Offenders.


Boutwell, Brian B., J.C. Barnes, Raelynn Deaton, and Kevin M. Beaver

On the evolutionary origins of life-course persistent offending: A theoretical scaffold for Moffitt’s

developmental taxonomy. Journal of Theoretical Biology.


Miller, Holly V., and J.C. Barnes

Genetic transmission effects and contact with the criminal justice system: A consideration of three

dopamine polymorphisms. Criminal Justice and Behavior.




2014


Barnes, J.C.

The impact of biosocial criminology on public policy: Where should we go from here? In Criminological

Theory: A Life-Course Approach (2nd Edition), eds. Matt DeLisi and Kevin M. Beaver. Sudbury, MA: Jones

and Bartlett.




2013


Barnes, J.C., and Bruce A. Jacobs

Genetic risk for violent behavior and environmental exposure to disadvantage and violent crime: The case

for gene-environment interaction. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28(1): 92-120.


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 54(2): 164-68.


Boutwell, Brian B., J.C. Barnes, and Kevin M. Beaver

Life-course persistent offenders and the propensity to commit sexual assault. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of

Research and Treatment 25(1): 69-81.



2012


Barnes, J.C.

Review of The neurobiology of criminal behavior: Gene-brain-culture interaction, by Anthony Walsh and

Jonathan Bolen. International Criminal Justice Review 22(4): 450-52.


Barnes, J.C., and Kevin M. Beaver

Extending research on the victim-offender overlap: Evidence from a genetically informative analysis.

Journal of Interpersonal Violence 27(16): 3299-3321.


Barnes, J.C. and Kevin M. Beaver

Genetic influences and criminal careers. In Encyclopedia of Adolescence, ed. Roger J.R. Levesque, New

York: Springer.


Barnes, J.C., and Kevin M. Beaver

Marriage and desistance from crime: A consideration of gene-environment correlation. Journal of Marriage

and Family 74(1):19-33.


Barnes, J.C., and Brian B. Boutwell

On the relationship of past to future involvement in crime and delinquency: A behavior genetic analysis.

Journal of Criminal Justice 49(1):94-102.


Barnes, J.C., Brian B. Boutwell, and Kevin M. Beaver

Height in adolescence predicts polydrug use in adolescence and young adulthood. Physiology & Behavior

105(2):522-28.


Barnes, J.C., Brian B. Boutwell, and Kathleen A. Fox

The effect of gang membership on victimization: A behavioral genetic explanation. Youth Violence and

Juvenile Justice 10(3): 227-44.


Barnes, J.C., Brian B. Boutwell, Robert G. Morris, and Todd A. Armstrong

Explaining differential patterns of self-reported delinquency: Evidence from a latent class analysis of

sibling pairs. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 28(3): 254-72.


Beaver, Kevin M., and J.C. Barnes

Admission of drug-selling behaviors are structured by genetic and nonshared environmental factors:

Results from a longitudinal twin-based study. Addictive Behaviors 37(6): 697-702.


Beaver, Kevin M., and J.C. Barnes

Genetic and nonshared environmental factors affect the likelihood of being charged with driving under the

influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI). Addictive Behaviors 37(12): 1377-81.


Beaver, Kevin M., Michael G. Vaughn, Matt DeLisi, J.C. Barnes, and Brian B. Boutwell

The neuropsychological underpinnings to psychopathy in a nationally representative and longitudinal

sample. Psychiatric Quarterly 83(2): 145-59.


Boutwell, Brian B., Kevin M. Beaver, J.C. Barnes, and Jamie Vaske

The developmental origins of externalizing behavioral problems: Parental attachment and the role of

gene-environment interplay. Psychiatry Research 197(3): 337-44.


Boutwell, Brian B., Kevin M. Beaver, and J.C. Barnes

More alike than different: Assortative mating and antisocial behaviors, substance use, and criminality in

adulthood. Criminal Justice and Behavior 39(9): 1240-54.


Boutwell, Brian B., Kevin M. Beaver, and J.C. Barnes

Role of breastfeeding in childhood cognitive development: A propensity score matching analysis.

Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 48(9): 840-45.


Diamond, Brie*, Robert G. Morris, and J.C. Barnes

Individual and group IQ predict inmate violence. Intelligence 40(2): 115-22.



2011


Barnes, J.C., Kevin M. Beaver, and Brian B. Boutwell

Examining the genetic underpinnings to Moffitts developmental taxonomy: A behavioral genetic analysis.

Criminology 49(4): 923-954.


Barnes, J.C., Kevin M. Beaver, and Alex R. Piquero

A test of Moffitt’s hypotheses of delinquency abstention. Criminal Justice and Behavior 38(7):690-709.


Beaver, Kevin M., J.C. Barnes, Joshua S. May*, and Joseph A. Schwartz*

Psychopathic personality traits, genetic risk, and gene-environment correlations. Criminal Justice and

Behavior 38(9):896-912.


Boutwell, Brian B., Cortney A. Franklin, J.C. Barnes, and Kevin M. Beaver

Physical punishment and childhood aggression: The role of gender and gene-environment interplay.

Aggressive Behavior 37(6):559-68.


Miller, Holly V., J.C. Barnes, and Kevin M. Beaver

Self-control and health outcomes in a nationally representative sample. American Journal of Health

Behavior 35(1):15-27.


Shutt, J. Eagle, J.C. Barnes, Kevin M. Beaver, George E. Higgins, and Richard Tewksbury

Does biology underlie the oldest profession? Prostitution and sex disparities in john behavior.

Biodemography and Social Biology 57(2):155-70.



2010


Barnes, J.C. and Kevin M. Beaver

An empirical examination of adolescence-limited offending: A direct test of Moffitts maturity gap thesis.

Journal of Criminal Justice 38(6):1176-85.


Beaver, Kevin M., Matt DeLisi, Michael G. Vaughn, and J.C. Barnes

Monoamine oxidase A genotype is associated with gang membership and weapon use. Comprehensive

Psychiatry 51(2):130-34.



2009


Beaver, Kevin M., J.C. Barnes, Brian B. Boutwell, and Jonathon A. Cooper

The biosocial foundations to antisocial behavior. In Delinquency: Causes, Reduction, and Prevention, eds.

Ozan Sahin and Joseph Maier, New York: Nova Science Publishers.


Beaver, Kevin M., Brain B. Boutwell, J.C. Barnes, and Jonathon A. Cooper

The biosocial underpinnings to adolescent victimization: Results from a longitudinal sample of twins.

Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 7(3):223-38.


Beaver, Kevin M., J. Eagle Shutt, Brian B. Boutwell, Marie Ratchford, Kathleen Roberts, and J.C. Barnes

Genetic and environmental influences on levels of self-control and delinquent peer affiliation: Results from

a longitudinal sample of adolescent twins. Criminal Justice and Behavior 36(1):41-60.




Developmental/Life-course Criminology



In Press


Barnes, J.C., Kristin Lavin*, Christina Mancini, Brian B. Boutwell, Kevin M. Beaver, and Brie Diamond*

Marriage and involvement in crime: A consideration of reciprocal effects in a nationally representative

sample. Justice Quarterly.



2013


Barnes, J.C., Kevin M. Beaver, and Brian B. Boutwell

Average county-level IQ predicts county-level disadvantage and several county-level mortality risk rates.

Intelligence 41(1): 59-66.


2012


Barnes, J.C., and Robert G. Morris

Young mothers, delinquent children: Assessing mediating factors among American youth. Youth Violence

and Juvenile Justice 10(2): 172-89.


Piquero, Alex R., Wesley Jennings, and J.C. Barnes

Violence in criminal careers: A review of the literature from a developmental life-course perspective.

Aggression and Violent Behavior 17(3): 171-79.



2011


Miller, Holly V., J.C. Barnes, and Richard D. Hartley

Reconsidering Hispanic gang membership and acculturation in a multivariate context. Crime &

Delinquency 57(3):331-55.



2010


Barnes, J.C., Kevin M. Beaver, and J. Mitchell Miller

Estimating the effect of gang membership on nonviolent and violent delinquency: A counterfactual

analysis. Aggressive Behavior 36(6):437-57.



2009


DeLisi, Matt, J.C. Barnes, Kevin M. Beaver, and Chris L. Gibson

Delinquent gangs and adolescent victimization revisited: A propensity score matching approach. Criminal

Justice and Behavior 36(8):808-23.




Other Topics



In Press


Barnes, J.C.

Evidence-based criminal justice policy: The importance of the scientific method for program evaluation. In

Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology, eds. J. Mitchell Miller, Angela R. Gover, Wesley G. Jennings, and

Christopher J. Schreck. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.


Kleck, Gary and J.C. Barnes

Deterrence and macro-level perceptions of punishment risks: Is there a collective wisdom? Crime &

Delinquency. (doi: 10.1177/0011128708327569).


Kleck, Gary and J.C. Barnes

Do more police lead to more crime deterrence? Crime & Delinquency. (doi: 10.1177/0011128710382263).


Mancini, Christina, J.C. Barnes, and Daniel P. Mears

It varies from state to state: An examination of sex crime laws nationally. Criminal Justice Policy Review.


Miller, J. Mitchell, Holly V. Miller, & J.C. Barnes

Exploring the link between mentoring program structure and success rates: Results from a national

survey. American Journal of Criminal Justice.


Pacheco, Daniel*, and J.C. Barnes

Sex offender residence restrictions: A systematic review of the literature. In Handbook of Legal and Ethical

Aspects of Sex Offender Treatment and Management, eds. Karen Harrison and Bernadette Rainey. Oxford,

England: Wiley-Blackwell.


Weir, Henriikka* and J.C. Barnes

Wisconsin risk assessment instrument. In Encyclopedia of Community Corrections, eds. Shannon Barton

Bellessa and Geoffrey J. Golson, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.



2011


Barnes, J.C.

Place a moratorium on the passage of sex offender residence restriction laws. Criminology & Public Policy

10(2):401-09.


Kleck, Gary and J.C. Barnes

Article productivity among the faculty of criminology and criminal justice doctoral programs, 2005-2009.

Journal of Criminal Justice Education 22(1):43-66.


Piquero, Alex R., Nicole L. Piquero, Marc Gertz, Thomas Baker*, Jason Bratton, and J.C. Barnes

Race, punishment, and the Michael Vick experience. Social Science Quarterly 92(2):535-51.


Young, Jacob T.N., J.C. Barnes, Ryan C. Meldrum, and Frank M. Weerman

Assessing and explaining misperceptions of peer delinquency. Criminology 49(2):599-630.



2010


Barnes, J.C., Megan C. Kurlychek, Holly V. Miller, J. Mitchell Miller, and Robert Kaminski

A partial assessment of South Carolina Project Safe Neighborhoods strategy: Evidence from a sample of

supervised offenders. Journal of Criminal Justice 38(4):383-89.


Mears, Daniel P. and J.C. Barnes

Toward a systematic foundation for identifying evidence-based criminal justice sanctions and their

relative effectiveness. Journal of Criminal Justice 38(4):702-10.


Miller, J. Mitchell, J. Eagle Shutt, and J.C. Barnes

Learning theory: From seminal statements to hybridization. In Criminological Theory: Readings and

Retrospectives, eds. Heith Copes and Volkan Topalli, New York: McGraw Hill.



2009


Barnes, J.C., Tony Dukes, Richard Tewksbury, and Timothy M. De Troye

Analyzing the impact of a statewide residence restriction law on South Carolina sex offenders. Criminal

Justice Policy Review 20(1):21-43.


Barnes, J.C., Holly V. Miller, and J. Mitchell Miller

Identifying leading characteristics associated with juvenile drug court admission and success: A research

note. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 7(4):350-60.


Enriquez, Roger and J.C. Barnes

Principles of criminal law. In 21st Century Criminology: A Reference Handbook, ed. J. Mitchell Miller,

Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.



2008


Barnes, J.C., J. Mitchell Miller, Holly V. Miller, and Chris Gibson

Juvenile drug court program admission, demeanor and cherry-picking: A research note. American Journal

of Criminal Justice 33(2):166-76.


Shutt, J. Eagle and J.C. Barnes

Reexamining criminal justice star power in a larger sky: A belated response to Rice et al. on sociological

influence in criminology and criminal justice. Journal of Criminal Justice Education 19(2):213-26.



2007


Miller, J. Mitchell, Holly V. Miller, and J.C. Barnes

The effect of demeanor on drug court admission. Criminal Justice Policy Review 18(3):246-59.












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