Select Publications by Justice Collaboratory Members


Arielle Baskin Sommers:

Baskin-Sommers, A.R., Brennan, G., Sullivan, A.M., Brazil, I. (2017). Differentiating patterns of substance misuse by subtypes of antisocial traits in male offenders. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, Vol. 28, Issue 3, 341-356

Baskin-Sommers, A. (2016). Dissecting antisocial behavior: The impact of neural, genetic and environmental factors. Clinical Psychological Science, 4, 500-510

Baskin-Sommers, A., Baskin, D., Sommers, I., Casados, A.*, Crossman, M.* & Javdani, S. (2016). The impact of psychopathology, race, and environmental context on violent offending in a male adolescent sample. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment.

Baskin-Sommers, A.R., Curtin, J.J. & Newman, J.P. (2015). Altering the Cognitive-Affective Dysfunctions of Psychopathic and Externalizing Offender Subtypes with Cognitive Remediation. Clinical Psychological Science, 3, 45-57. PMC4426343

Brennan, G., Hyde, L. & Baskin-Sommers, A. (2017). Antisocial pathways associated with Substance Use Disorders: Characterizing etiological underpinnings and implications for treatment. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 13, ​124-129. Baskin-Sommers, A.R. & Fonteneau, K. (2016). Correctional Change through Neuroscience. Fordham Law Review, 85, 423-436.

 

BJ Casey:

Rudolph, M., Miranda-Domínguez, O., Cohen, AO, Breiner, K., Steinberg, L., Bonnie, R., Scott, E., Taylor-Thompson, K., Chein, J., Fettich, K., Richeson, J., Dellarco, D., Galvan, A., Casey, B.J., Fair, D. (2017). At risk of being risky: The relationship between “brain age” under emotional states and risk preference. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Volume 24, April 2017, Pages 93-106

Cohen, AO & Casey, BJ (2014). Rewiring juvenile justice: the intersection of developmental neuroscience and legal policy. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 18 (2), 63-65

Cohen, A.O., Bonnie, R., Taylor-Thompson, K., Casey, BJ (2016). "When Does a Juvenile Become an Adult? Implications for Law and Policy", 88 Temp. L. Rev. 769.

 

Fiona Doherty:

Bashir, A., Shur, R., Torres, T., Doherty, F., (2017). Parole Revocation in Connecticut opportunities to reduce incarceration. Samuel Jacobs Criminal Justice Clinic at Yale Law School

Doherty, F. (2016). Obey All Laws and Be Good: Probation and the Meaning of Recidivism, 104 Geo. L. J. 291.

Doherty, F. (2013). Indeterminate Sentencing Returns: The Invention of Supervised Release, 88 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 958.

 

Miriam Gohara:

Gohara, M. (2013). Grace Notes: A Case for Making Mitigation the Heart of Noncapital Sentencing, 41 AM. J. CRIM. J. 41. 

Gohara, M. (2007). Sounding the Echoes of Racial Injustice Beyond the Death Chamber: Strategies for Moving Past McCleskey, 39 COLUM. HUM. RTS. L. REV. 124.

Gohara, M. (2006). A Lie for a Lie: False Confessions and the Case for Reconsidering the Legality of Deceptive Interrogation Techniques, 33 FORD. URB. L.J. 791.

 

Ben Justice:

Justice, Benjamin and McLeod, Colin. (2016). Have a Little Faith: Religion, Democracy, and the American Public School. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Justice, B. and Meares, T. (2014). "How the Criminal Justice System Educates Citizens" The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. v 651, January 2014.

Justice, B. (2013) "Mass Incarceration and the Making of Citizens." History of Education, Journal of the History of Education Society (UK)

Justice, B. (2000).  "A College of Morals": Educational Reform at San Quentin Prison, 1880-1920. History of Education Quarterly v40 n3 (2000): 279-301.

 

Tracey Meares:

Meares, T.L. (2017) The Path Forward: Improving The Dynamics Of Community-Police Relationships To Acheive Effective Law Enforcement Policies Columbia Law Review

Vol. 117, No. 5, pp. 1355-1368

Meares, T.L. (2016) Police Lawfulness and Public Security The SAGE Handbook of Global Policing

Wallace, D., Papachristos, A.V., Meares, T.L., Fagan, J. (2016) Desistance and legitimacy: The impact of offender notification meetings on recidivism among high risk offenders Justice Quarterly 33 (7), 1237-1264

Meares, T. L. (2015). Programming errors: Understanding the constitutionality of stop-and-frisk as a program, not an incident. The University of Chicago Law Review, 159-179.

Meares, T. (2008). Legitimacy of Police Among Young African-American Men, The. Marq. L. Rev., 92, 651.

Meares, T. L., Katyal, N., & Kahan, D. M. (2004). Updating the study of punishment. Stanford Law Review, 1171-1210.

Meares, T. L., & Kahan, D. M. (1998). Wages of Antiquated Procedural Thinking: A Critique of Chicago v. Morales, The. U. Chi. Legal F., 197.

 

Andrew Papachristos:

Sara Bastomski, Noli Brazil, Andrew V Papachristos (2017). "Neighborhood co-offending networks, structural embeddedness, and violent crime in Chicago" Social Networks, 2017

Michael Sierra-Arévalo, Andrew V Papachristos (2017). "Social Networks and Gang Violence Reduction" Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 2017

Jocelyn Fontaine, Jesse Jannetta, Andrew Papachristos, David Leitson, Anamika Dwivedi (2017). "Put the Guns Down: Outcomes and Impacts of the Chicago Violence Reduction Strategy" Urban Institute 

Desmond, Matthew, Andrew V. Papachristos, and David S. Kirk. (2016). "Police Violence and Citizen Crime Reporting in the Black Community'' American Sociological Review. v81 n5: 857-876 (lead article).

Papachristos, Andrew V. Christopher Wildeman, and Elizabeth Roberto. (2015). "Tragic, but not Random: The Social Contagion of Nonfatal Gunshot Injuries." Social Science & Medicine. v125 n1: 139-50.

Papachristos, Andrew V. , Tracey L. Meares, and Jeffrey Fagan. (2011). "Why Do Criminals Obey the Law? The Influence of Legitimacy and Social Networks on Active Gun Offenders.'' Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, v102 n2: 397-440.

Kirk, David S., and Andrew V. Papachristos. (2011). "Cultural Mechanisms and the Persistence of Neighborhood Violence,'' American Journal of Sociology", v116 n4: 1190-1233.

Papachristos, Andrew. (2009). "Murder by Structure: Dominance Relations and The Social Structure of Gang Homicide'' American Journal of Sociology, v115 n1: 74-128.

 

Megan Quattlebaum:

Quattlebaum, M., Tyler, T. (2017). "What Should Police Do?: Reflections on Katzenbach and Kerner at 50" Yale Law & Economics Research Paper No. 586. 

Quattlebaum, Megan. (2016). “Let’s Get Real: Behavioral Realism, Unconscious Bias, and the Reasonable Police Officer.”

 

Jen Richeson:

Richeson, J. A., & Sommers, S. R. (2016). Toward a Social Psychology of Race and Race Relations for the Twenty-First Century. Annual Review of Psychology, 67, 439-463.

Craig, M.A., & Richeson, J.A. (2014). On the precipice of a “majority–minority” nation. Perceived status threat from the racial demographic shift affects White Americans' political ideology. Psychological Science, 25(6), 1189-1197.

Rotella, K.N., Richeson, J.A., Chiao, J.Y., & Bean, M.G. (2013). Blinding trust: The effect of perceived group victimization on intergroup trust. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39(1), 114-126.

Richeson, J. A., & Shelton, J. N. (2007). Negotiating interracial interactions costs, consequences, and possibilities. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 16(6), 316-320.

 

Tom Tyler:

Tom R. Tyler, Rick Trinkner (2018). Why Children Follow Rules, Oxford University Press

Geller, Amanda and Fagan, Jeffrey and Tyler, Tom (2017). "Police Contact and Mental Health". Columbia Public Law Research Paper No. 14-571. 

Tom Tyler (2017). "Procedural Justice and Policing: A Rush to Judgment?", Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Vol. 13:29-53 

Tom Tyler, et al., (2015). "The Impact of Psychological Science on Policing in the United States: Procedural Justice, Legitimacy, and Effective Law Enforcement", Psychological Science in the Public Interest 

Tom Tyler, et al., (2015). "The consequences of being an object of suspicion: Potential pitfalls of proactive police contact", Journal of Empirical Legal Studies

Tom Tyler, et al., (2015). "Social Identification Predicts Desires and Expectations for Voice", Social Justice Research

Tom Tyler, et al., (2014). "Aggressive Policing and the Mental Health of Young Urban Men", 12 American Journal of Public Health Vol. 104.

Tracey Meares, Tom Tyler, (2014). "Justice Sotomayor and the Jurisprudence of Procedural Justice", The Yale Law Journal Forum.

Tom Tyler, et al., (2014). "A Sense of Powerlessness Fosters System Justification: Implications for the Legitimation of Authority, Hierarchy, and Government", Political Psychology 

Tom Tyler, et al., (2014). "My Life for A Voice: The Influence of Voice on Health-Care Decisions", Social Justice Research 

Tracey Meares, Tom Tyler, et al., (2014). "The Salience of Social Contextual Factors in Appraisals of Police Interactions with Citizens: A Randomized Factorial Experiment", J Quant Criminol 

Tom Tyler, et al., (2013). "Compliance and Legal Authority", International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition

Tom Tyler, et al., (2013). "Popular Legitimacy and the Exercise of Legal Authority: Motivating Compliance, Cooperation and Engagement", Psychology Public Policy and Law 

 

Vesla Weaver:

J Soss, V Weaver (2017) "Police Are Our Government: Politics, Political Science, and the Policing of Race–Class Subjugated Communities", Annual Review of Political Science

Volume 20, 11 May 2017, Pages 565-591

Soss, Joe and Velsa Weaver. (2016). “Learning from Ferguson: Race, Policing, and American Politics.” Annual Review of Political Science

Learman, A. & Weaver, V. (2014). Arresting Citizenship: The Democratic Consequences of American Crime Control. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Weaver, Vesla. (2007). “Frontlash: Race and the Development of Punitive Crime Policy.” Studies in American Political Development 21 (Fall 2007): 230–265.

 

Gideon Yaffe:

Gideon Yaffe (2018) The Age of Culpability Oxford Universtiy Press

Yaffe, Gideon. (2016). “Mind-Reading by Brain-Reading and Criminal Responsibility,” in Law and Neuroscience: State of the Art, edited by Michael Pardo and Dennis Patterson, Oxford University Press.

Yaffe, Gideon. (2016). “In Defense of Criminal Possession.” Criminal Law, Philosophy v10: 441.