Lab Publications

Recent Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals

  1. Day, D. M. & Koegl, C. J. (2019). The monetary costs of criminal trajectories for a sample of offenders in Ontario. Journal of Developmental and Life Course Criminology, 1-17. Advanced online. doi: 10.1007/s40865-019-00105-8
  2. Koegl, C. J. & Day, D. M. (2019). The monetary costs of crime for a sample of offenders in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 1-24. Advanced online https://www.utpjournals.press/eprint/bXZUQtXiqrnhjJ3cSyIG/pdf
  3. Tremblay, M., Sutherland. J., & Day, D. M. (2017). Adolescent fatherhood and delinquency: An examination of risk factors and offending outcomes associated with fatherhood status among serious juvenile offenders. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26, 677-689.
  4. Tremblay, M. D., & Sutherland, J. E. (2017). The effectiveness of parenting programs for incarcerated mothers: A systematic review. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26, 3247-3265.
  5. Day, D. M., Wilson, H., Bodwin, K., & Monson, C. M. (2015). Change in Level of Service Inventory – Ontario Revised (LSI-OR) risk scores over time: An examination of overall growth curves and subscale-dependent growth curves. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 62, 1606-1622.
  6. Newman, J. E., Wanklyn, S. G., Ward, A. K., Cormier, N. S., & Day, D. M. (2015). Developmental predictors distinguish sexual offending, violent offending, and versatile violent offending in adulthood. Journal of Sexual Aggression. 21, 209-302. doi/abs/10.1080/13552600.2014.967822
  7. Nielsen, J. D., Rosenthal, J., S., Sun, Y., Day, D. M., Bevc, I., & Duchesne, T. (2014). Group-based criminal trajectory analysis using cross-validation criteria. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 43, 4337-4356.
  8. Day, D. M., Wanklyn, S. G., Yessine, A. K. (2014). A review of terminological, conceptual, and methodological issues in the developmental risk factor literature for antisocial and delinquent behavior. Child and Youth Care Forum, 43, 97-112.
  9. Stephens, S. & Day, D. M. (2013). Distinguishing among weapons offenders, drug offenders, and weapons and drug offenders based on childhood predictors and adolescent correlates. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 23, 177-190.
  10. Day, D. M., Hart, T. A., Wanklyn, S. G., McCay, E., Macpherson A., & Burnier, N. (2013). Potential mediators between child abuse and both violence and victimization in juvenile offenders. Psychological Services. 10, 1-11, doi: 10.1037/a0028057.
  11. Wanklyn, S.G., Day, D. M., Hart, T. A., & Girard, T. (2012). Cumulative childhood maltreatment and depression among incarcerated youth: Impulsivity and hopelessness as potential intervening variables. Child Maltreatment, 17, 306-317. doi: 10.1177/1077559512466956.
  12. Day, D. M., Nielsen, J., Ward, A. K., Sun, Y., Rosenthal, J. S., Duchesne, T., Bevc, I., & Rossman, L. (2012). Long-term follow-up of criminal activity with adjudicated youth in Ontario: Identifying offence trajectories and predictors/correlates of trajectory group membership. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 54, 377-413.
  13. Wanklyn, S. G., Ward, A. K., Cormier, N. S., Day, D. M., & Newman, J. (2012). Can we distinguish juvenile violent sex offenders, violent nonsex offenders, and versatile violent sex offenders based on childhood risk factors? Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27, 2128-2143.

Books

  1. Day, D. M. & Wiesner, M. (2019). Criminal trajectories:A developmental perspective. New York, NY: New York University Press.

Edited Books

  1. Nunno, M. A., Day, D. M., & Bullard, L. B. (Eds.). (2008). For our own safety: Examining the safety of high risk interventions for children and young people. Arlington, VA: Child Welfare League of America.

Book Chapters

  1. Day, D. M. & Marion S. M. (2012). Applying social psychology to the criminal justice system. In F. W. Schneider, J. Gruman, & L. Coutts (Eds.). Applying social psychology: Understanding and addressing social issues (2nd ed.) (pp. 245-272). London, UK: CA: Sage.
  2. Nunno, M., A., Bullard, L. B., & Day, D. M. (2008). Introduction. In M. A. Nunno, D. M., Day, & L. B. Bullard (Eds.), For our own safety: Examining the safety of high risk interventions for children and young people (pp. ix-xvi). Arlington, VA: Child Welfare League of America.
  3. Day, D. M. (2008). The literature on the therapeutic effectiveness of physical restraints with children and youth. In M. A. Nunno, D. M. Day, & L. B. Bullard (Eds.), For our own safety: Examining the safety of high risk interventions for children and young people (pp. 27-44) Arlington, VA: Child Welfare League of America.
  4. Day, D. M., Nunno, M. A., & Bullard, L.B. (2008). Moving forward. In M. A. Nunno, D. M. Day, & L. B. Bullard (Eds.), For our own safety: Examining the safety of high risk interventions for children and young people (pp. 257-264) Arlington, VA: Child Welfare League of America.
  5. Day, D. M. (2005). Applying social psychology to the criminal justice system. In F. W. Schneider, J. Gruman, & L. Coutts (Eds.). Applying social psychology: Understanding and addressing social issues (pp. 257-282). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.