2023 - Research.com Law in United States Leader Award
His work in Social psychology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Criminal behavior and Punishment (psychology). His research on Criminal behavior frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Social psychology. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Criminology and Juvenile delinquency in his work. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Law and Law and economics via his papers. In his research, Daniel P. Mears performs multidisciplinary study on Prison and Recidivism. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Recidivism and Prison in his work. His Poison control study often links to related topics such as Medical emergency. His study connects Suicide prevention and Medical emergency. His study connects Poison control and Suicide prevention.
In his research, Prison, Recidivism and Criminal justice is intimately related to Criminology, which falls under the overarching field of Juvenile delinquency. He connects Recidivism with Criminology in his research. Law connects with themes related to Economic Justice, Prison, Criminal justice and Scholarship in his study. His study on Economic Justice is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Law. His Punishment (psychology) research extends to the thematically linked field of Social psychology. Punishment (psychology) is closely attributed to Social psychology in his study. His Genetics research extends to Juvenile, which is thematically connected. His Juvenile research extends to the thematically linked field of Genetics. As part of his studies on Poison control, Daniel P. Mears often connects relevant areas like Human factors and ergonomics.
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Does Inmate Behavior Affect Post-Release Offending? Investigating the Misconduct-Recidivism Relationship among Youth and Adults
Joshua C. Cochran;Daniel P. Mears;William D. Bales;Eric A. Stewart.
Justice Quarterly (2014)
THE CODE OF THE STREET AND INMATE VIOLENCE: INVESTIGATING THE SALIENCE OF IMPORTED BELIEF SYSTEMS†
Daniel P. Mears;Eric A. Stewart;Sonja E. Siennick;Ronald L. Simons.
Low Self‐Control and Contact with the Criminal Justice System in a Nationally Representative Sample of Males
Kevin M. Beaver;Matt DeLisi;Daniel P. Mears;Eric Stewart.
Justice Quarterly (2009)
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