His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Human factors and ergonomics, Criminology, Injury prevention and Suicide prevention. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developmental psychology and Juvenile delinquency. His Criminology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Juvenile and Logistic regression.
Other disciplines of study, such as Law and Law enforcement, are mixed together with his Suicide prevention studies. The various areas that he examines in his Occupational safety and health study include Greening, Difference in differences, Urban planning and Socioeconomics. His research integrates issues of Counterfactual thinking, Public transport, Demographic economics, Instrumental variable and Built environment in his study of Environmental health.
Criminology, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics, Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health are his primary areas of study. His work on Juvenile delinquency as part of general Criminology research is frequently linked to Homicide, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. In the field of Human factors and ergonomics, his study on Driving under the influence overlaps with subjects such as Computer security.
He incorporates Injury prevention and Demographic economics in his research. The concepts of his Occupational safety and health study are interwoven with issues in Public health and Environmental health. His research investigates the connection with Environmental health and areas like Built environment which intersect with concerns in Public economics.
His primary areas of investigation include Criminology, Suicide prevention, Psychological intervention, Racial bias and Cluster randomised controlled trial. His studies deal with areas such as Ethnic group and Criminal case as well as Criminology. As a part of the same scientific family, John M. MacDonald mostly works in the field of Suicide prevention, focusing on Human factors and ergonomics and, on occasion, Injury prevention.
His Racial bias research incorporates elements of Test, Omitted-variable bias and Police department. He has included themes like Mental health, Demography and Urban land in his Cluster randomised controlled trial study. His study in Occupational safety and health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Disadvantage and Public health, Health policy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cluster randomised controlled trial, Psychological intervention, Disease cluster, Urban land and Criminology. His Cluster randomised controlled trial study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mental health and Demography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mental illness, Family income, Grading, Socioeconomic status and Feeling.
His Disease cluster research spans across into fields like Environmental health, Poverty, Crime prevention and Gun violence. By researching both Criminology and Injury prevention, John M. MacDonald produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Combining a variety of fields, including Natural experiment, Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention, are what the author presents in his essays.
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A Difference-in-Differences Analysis of Health, Safety, and Greening Vacant Urban Space
Charles C. Branas;Rose A. Cheney;John M. MacDonald;Vicky W. Tam.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2011)
Self-Control, Violent Offending, and Homicide Victimization: Assessing the General Theory of Crime
Alex R. Piquero;John MacDonald;Adam Dobrin;Leah E. Daigle.
Journal of Quantitative Criminology (2005)
POLICE SUSPICION AND DISCRETIONARY DECISION MAKING DURING CITIZEN STOPS
Geoffrey P. Alpert;John M. Macdonald;Roger G. Dunham.
Overdispersion and Poisson Regression
Richard Berk;John M. MacDonald.
Journal of Quantitative Criminology (2008)
The Influence of Delinquent Peers on Delinquency: Does Gender Matter?.
Nicole Leeper Piquero;Angela R. Gover;John M. MacDonald;Alex R. Piquero.
Youth & Society (2005)
The effect of light rail transit on body mass index and physical activity
John M MacDonald;Robert J Stokes;Deborah A Cohen;Aaron Kofner.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2010)
Gender Bias and Juvenile Justice Revisited: A Multiyear Analysis
John M. MacDonald;Meda Chesney-Lind.
Crime & Delinquency (2001)
The Relationship Between Life Satisfaction, Risk-Taking Behaviors, and Youth Violence
John M. MacDonald;Alex R. Piquero;Robert F. Valois;Keith J. Zullig.
Journal of Interpersonal Violence (2005)
Risk factors and behaviors associated with adolescent violence and aggression.
Robert F. Valois;John M. MacDonald;Lena Bretous;Megan A. Fischer.
American Journal of Health Behavior (2002)
Police Use of Force: An Analysis of Organizational Characteristics
Geoffrey P. Alpert;John M. MacDonald.
Justice Quarterly (2001)
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