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    • Deviant peer preferences: A simplified approach to account for peer selection effects 

      Gallupe, Owen; Boman IV, John H.; Nash, Rebecca; Castro, Erin D. (Taylor & Francis, 2020-09)
      The goal of this study is to present and validate a simple method for accounting for peer selection on offending based on a respondent’s self-reported preferences for friends who engage in criminal behavior. Using primary ...
    • Deviant peer preferences: A simplified approach to account for peer selection effects 

      Gallupe, Owen; Boman, John H. IV; Nash, Rebecca; Castro, Erin D. (Taylor & Francis, 2020)
      The goal of this study is to present and validate a simple method for accounting for peer selection on offending based on a respondent’s self-reported preferences for friends who engage in criminal behavior. Using primary ...
    • An experimental test of deviant modeling 

      Gallupe, Owen; Nguyen, Holly; Bouchard, Martin; Schulenberg, Jennifer L.; Chenier, Allison; Cook, Katie D. (SAGE, 2016)
      Objectives: Test the effect of deviant peer modeling on theft as conditioned by verbal support for theft and number of deviant models. Methods: Two related randomized experiments in which participants were given a chance ...
    • A randomized trial testing deviant modeling, peer gender, and theft: replication and extension 

      Gallupe, Owen; Lalonde, Patrick; Nguyen, Holly; Schulenberg, Jennifer (2019)
      Objectives: Replicate previous experimental findings on the causal effect of deviant peer modeling and assess whether the gender of peer models is an important determinant of theft. Methods: A randomized control trial ...
    • Selection and Influence: A Meta-Analysis of the Association Between Peer and Personal Offending 

      Gallupe, Owen; McLevey, John; Brown, Sarah (Springer, 2019-06)
      Objectives Whether people are affected by the criminal behavior of peers (the “influence” perspective) or simply prefer to associate with others who are similar in their offending (the “selection” perspective) is a ...

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