Manuel Eisner
Manuel Eisner
Wolfson Professor of Criminology, University of
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Emotional distress in young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence of risk and resilience from a longitudinal cohort study
L Shanahan, A Steinhoff, L Bechtiger, AL Murray, A Nivette, U Hepp, ...
Psychological medicine 52 (5), 824-833, 2022
Long-term historical trends in violent crime
M Eisner
Crime and Justice 30, 83-142, 2003
Non-compliance with COVID-19-related public health measures among young adults in Switzerland: Insights from a longitudinal cohort study
A Nivette, D Ribeaud, A Murray, A Steinhoff, L Bechtiger, U Hepp, ...
Social science & medicine 268, 113370, 2021
Modernization, self‐control and lethal violence. The long‐term dynamics of European homicide rates in theoretical perspective
M Eisner
British journal of criminology 41 (4), 618-638, 2001
Drawing conclusions about causes from systematic reviews of risk factors: The Cambridge Quality Checklists
J Murray, DP Farrington, MP Eisner
Journal of Experimental Criminology 5, 1-23, 2009
Internationales Handbuch der Gewaltforschung
O Backes, W Bergmann, H Bielefeldt, K Boers, AW Böttger, R Dollase, ...
Springer-Verlag, 2013
Violence between the police and the public: Influences of work-related stress, job satisfaction, burnout, and situational factors
P Manzoni, M Eisner
Criminal justice and behavior 33 (5), 613-645, 2006
Das Ende der zivilisierten Stadt?: die Auswirkungen von Modernisierung und urbaner Krise auf Gewaltdelinquenz
M Eisner
Campus Verlag, 2022
A global analysis of the impact of COVID-19 stay-at-home restrictions on crime
AE Nivette, R Zahnow, R Aguilar, A Ahven, S Amram, B Ariel, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (7), 868-877, 2021
No effects in independent prevention trials: can we reject the cynical view?
M Eisner
Journal of experimental Criminology 5, 163-183, 2009
The effectiveness of two universal preventive interventions in reducing children's externalizing behavior: a cluster randomized controlled trial
T Malti, D Ribeaud, MP Eisner
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 40 (5), 677-692, 2011
Aggressive and Violent Behavior
M Eisner, T Malti
Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science, 2015
The development of the general factor of psychopathology ‘p factor’through childhood and adolescence
AL Murray, M Eisner, D Ribeaud
Journal of abnormal child psychology 44 (8), 1573-1586, 2016
Modernity strikes back? A historical perspective on the latest increase in interpersonal violence (1960–1990)
M Eisner
International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV) 2 (2), 288-316, 2008
Are moral disengagement, neutralization techniques, and self-serving cognitive distortions the same? Developing a unified scale of moral neutralization of aggression
D Ribeaud, M Eisner
International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV) 4 (2), 298-315, 2010
From Swords to Words: Does Macro-Level Change in Self-Control Predict Long-Term Variation in Levels of Homicide?
M Eisner
Crime and Justice 43, 2014
Honor killing attitudes amongst adolescents in Amman, Jordan
M Eisner, L Ghuneim
Aggressive behavior 39 (5), 405-417, 2013
Developmental predictors of violent extremist attitudes: A test of general strain theory
A Nivette, M Eisner, D Ribeaud
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 54 (6), 755-790, 2017
A non-bipartite propensity score analysis of the effects of teacher–student relationships on adolescent problem and prosocial behavior
I Obsuth, AL Murray, T Malti, P Sulger, D Ribeaud, M Eisner
Journal of youth and adolescence 46, 1661-1687, 2017
A longitudinal study on stability and transitions among bullying roles
I Zych, MM Ttofi, VJ Llorent, DP Farrington, D Ribeaud, MP Eisner
Child development 91 (2), 527-545, 2020
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