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Academic Article

Year Title
2017 Corporal punishment and adult antisocial behavior: A comparison of dyadic concordance types and an evaluation of mediating mechanisms in Asia, Europe, and North AmericaInternational Journal of Behavioral Development.  41:503-513. 2017
2017 Household chaos, relationships with parents and adolescents' future beliefsJournal of Family Studies.  23:229-242. 2017
2016 Perceived Local Job Prospects and School Connectedness in a Struggling Rural Economy: A Life-Course PerspectivePeabody Journal of Education.  91:224-245. 2016
2016 Can Item-Level Error Correlations Correct for Projection Bias in Perceived Peer Deviance Measures? A Research NoteJournal of Quantitative Criminology.  32:89-102. 2016
2016 The relationship between gender and delinquency: Assessing the mediating role of anticipated guiltJournal of Criminal Justice.  44:77-88. 2016
2015 What do Alternative Measures of Peer Behavior Tell Us? Examining the Discriminant Validity of Multiple Methods of Measuring Peer Deviance and the Implications for Etiological ModelsJustice Quarterly.  32:626-652. 2015
2015 Proactive and reactive sibling aggression and adjustment in adolescence.Journal of Interpersonal Violence.  30:965-987. 2015
2015 Socioeconomic Strain, Family Ties, and Adolescent Health in a Rural Northeastern CountyRural Sociology.  80:60-85. 2015
2015 Gender Differences in Criminal Intent: Examining the Mediating Influence of Anticipated ShamingDeviant Behavior.  36:17-41. 2015
2015 Breadth of participation in organized and unstructured leisure activities over time and rural adolescents' functioning.Journal of Youth and Adolescence.  44:62-76. 2015
2014 Rationalizing Delinquency: A Longitudinal Test of the Reciprocal Relationship Between Delinquent Attitudes and BehaviorSocial Psychology Quarterly.  77:361-386. 2014
2014 Accounting for Projection Bias in Models of Delinquent Peer Influence: The Utility and Limits of Latent Variable ApproachesJournal of Quantitative Criminology.  30:163-186. 2014
2014 Feeling guilty to remain innocent: the moderating effect of sex on guilt responses to rule-violating behavior in adolescent legal socializationPsychology, Crime and Law.  20:722-740. 2014
2012 Don't trust anyone over 30: parental legitimacy as a mediator between parenting style and changes in delinquent behavior over time.Journal of Adolescence.  35:119-132. 2012
2012 Differential association and substance use: Assessing the roles of discriminant validity, socialization, and selection in traditional empirical testsEuropean Journal of Criminology.  9:73-96. 2012
2012 Perceived injustice and delinquency: A test of general strain theoryJournal of Criminal Justice.  40:230-237. 2012
2011 Perceived Community Cohesion and the Stress Process in YouthRural Sociology.  76:293-318. 2011
2010 A Life-course Perspective on the "Gateway Hypothesis".Journal of Health and Social Behavior Journal of health and human behavior.  51:244-259. 2010
2010 An integrated model of legal and moral reasoning and rule-violating behavior: the role of legal attitudes.Law and Human Behavior.  34:295-309. 2010
2010 Anticipated shaming and criminal offendingJournal of Criminal Justice.  38:988-997. 2010
2009 Do Frustrated Economic Expectations and Objective Economic Inequity Promote Crime?European Journal of Criminology.  6. 2009
2009 Do Frustrated Economic Expectations and Objective Economic Inequity Promote Crime? A Randomized Experiment Testing Agnew's General Strain TheoryEuropean Journal of Criminology.  6:47-71. 2009
2008 A General Strain Theory of Racial Differences in Criminal OffendingAustralian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.  41:421-437. 2008
2008 Self-Control in Global Perspective An Empirical Assessment of Gottfredson and Hirschi's General Theory Within and Across 32 National SettingsEuropean Journal of Criminology.  5:331-361. 2008
2006 Do adolescents engage in delinquency to attract the social attention of peers? An extension and longitudinal test of the social reinforcement hypothesisJournal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.  43:387-411. 2006
2006 Can social psychological delinquency theory explain the link between marijuana and other illicit drug use? Al ongitudinal analysis of the gateway hypothesisJournal of Drug Issues.  36:515-539. 2006
2005 Gender role orientations and alcohol use among Moscow and Toronto adults.Social Science and Medicine.  61:2317-2330. 2005
2005 Can control theory explain the link between parental physical abuse and delinquency? A lonitudinal analysisJournal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.  42:247-274. 2005
2004 Do "bad boys" really get the girls? Delinquency as a cause and consequence of dating behavior among adolescentsJustice Quarterly.  21:355-389. 2004
2003 Deconstructing "force and fraud'': An empirical assessment of the generality of crimeJournal of Quantitative Criminology.  19:303-331. 2003
2002 Reconsidering the broken homes/delinquency relationship and exploring its mediating mechanism(s)Criminology.  40:103-135. 2002
2000 A General Strain Theory Approach to Families and Delinquency 2000

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  • Spec Top/Criminological Theory Taught course 2019
  • Terrorism Taught course 2019
  • Criminological Theory Taught course 2018
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  • Education And Training

  • B.A. Sociology, Rice University
  • M.A. Sociology, Emory University
  • Ph.D. Sociology, Emory University
  • Full Name

  • Cesar Rebellon