Theodore Wilson
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Statistics for criminology and criminal justice
RD Bachman, R Paternoster, TH Wilson
SAGE Publications, 2021
Can rational choice be considered a general theory of crime? Evidence from individual‐level panel data
TA Loughran, R Paternoster, A Chalfin, T Wilson
Criminology 54 (1), 86-112, 2016
Rational Choice Theory and Interest in the “Fortune of Others”
R Paternoster, CM Jaynes, T Wilson
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 54 (6), 847-868, 2017
The Effect of a Surveillance Banner in an Attacked Computer System Additional Evidence for the Relevance of Restrictive Deterrence in Cyberspace
T Wilson, D Maimon, B Sobesto, M Cukier
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 52 (6), 829-855, 2015
Direct and Indirect Experiential Effects in an Updating Model of Deterrence: A Research Note
T Wilson, R Paternoster, T Loughran
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 54 (1), 63-77, 2017
Evolutionary regression? Assessing the problem of hidden biases in criminal justice applications using propensity scores
TA Loughran, T Wilson, DS Nagin, AR Piquero
Journal of Experimental Criminology 11 (4), 631-652, 2015
On the relevance of spatial and temporal dimensions in assessing computer susceptibility to system trespassing incidents
D Maimon, T Wilson, W Ren, T Berenblum
British Journal of Criminology 55 (3), 615-634, 2015
Perceived Control, Severity, Certainty, and Emotional Fear: Testing an Expanded Model of Deterrence
SP Roche, T Wilson, JT Pickett
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 57 (4), 493-531, 2020
Prospect Theory and Criminal Choice: Experiments Testing Framing, Reference Dependence, and Decision Weights
JT Pickett, JC Barnes, T Wilson, SP Roche
Justice Quarterly 37 (6), 1140-1168, 2020
Behavioral economics and framing effects in guilty pleas: A defendant decision making experiment
LM Garnier-Dykstra, T Wilson
Justice Quarterly 38 (2), 224-248, 2021
The promise of behavioral economics for understanding decision‐making in the court
T Wilson
Criminology & Public Policy 18 (4), 785-805, 2019
Substantial bias in the Tobit estimator: Making a case for alternatives
T Wilson, T Loughran, R Brame
Justice Quarterly 37 (2), 231-257, 2020
Examining the Effect of Residential Mobility on Crime Through the Mechanism of Perceived Informal Social Costs
MC Kijowski, T Wilson
Crime & Delinquency, 00111287211010485, 2021
Procedural (In) Justice as Inclusivity and Marginalization: Evidence from a Longitudinal Sample of Mexican-American Adolescents
AJ Thompson, T Wilson
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 59 (1), 00224278211003927, 2022
Dreading delayed punishment: Reconceptualizing sanction “celerity”
CM Jaynes, T Wilson
Journal of Crime and Justice 45 (3), 285-303, 2022
The co-occurrence of illegal gun carrying and gun violence exposure: evidence for practitioners from young people adjudicated for serious involvement in crime
D Hureau, T Wilson
American journal of epidemiology 190 (12), 2544-2551, 2021
Exposure to Gun Violence Among the Population of Chicago Community Violence Interventionists
D Hureau, T Wilson, H Jackl, J Arthur, C Patterson, A Papachristos
Institute for Policy Research, 2022
Restrictive Deterrence and the Severity of Hackers' Attacks on Compromised Computer Systems
TH Wilson
Examining How Conditioning on Different Wave Lengths Alters Sample Characteristics and Results in a Panel Dataset of Youth Who Have Committed Serious Offenses
MC Kijowski, T Wilson
Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology 8 (3), 481-515, 2022
The experience of secondary traumatic stress among community violence interventionists in Chicago
DM Hureau, T Wilson, W Rivera-Cuadrado, AV Papachristos
Preventive medicine, 107186, 2022
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