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Submissions from 2021

PV Solar Technology for Energy Cost and Emissions Reduction in Rural Area, Aniekan Eno-Ibanga, Dominic Okeke, Logan Yelderman, and Sarhan M. Musa

Beliefs about an Offender’s Capacity to Be Rehabilitated: Black Offenders Are Seen as More Capable of Change, Jamie S. Hughes, Angelica Sandel, Logan A. Yelderman, and Victoria Inman

Perceived and Actual Knowledge Gain among Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Team Members: A Pre-Post Analysis of On-Site Training and Technical Assistance, Jasmine Victoria Idrogo, Logan A. Yelderman, Martha Elin Blomquist, and Angela D. Broadus

Treatment and Non-Treatment Professionals in Texas: Race, Sex, Age, and Level of Education Influencing Attitudes About Addiction, Shauna N. Richards, Angela D. Broadus, and Logan A. Yelderman

Release or Denial: Evaluating the Roles of Emotion and Risk in Parole Decisions, Logan A. Yelderman, Victoria Estrada-Reynolds, and Timothy I. Lawrence

Media Reports of Child Deaths and the Relationship to Foster Care Entries and Exits, Logan A. Yelderman, Steve Wood, and Alicia Summers

Submissions from 2020

Actor–observer asymmetry in perceptions of parole board release decisions, Logan A. Yelderman, Timothy I. Lawrence, Courtney E. Lyons, and Alicia DeVault

Submissions from 2019

Mass shootings in the United States: Understanding the importance of mental health and firearm considerations, Logan A. Yelderman, Justin J. Joseph, Matthew P. West, and Erycha Butler

Death penalty decision-making: Fundamentalist beliefs and the evaluation of aggravating and mitigating circumstances, Logan A. Yelderman, Matthew P. West, and Monica K. Miller

Submissions from 2018

Relationships between religious characteristics and response to legal action against parents who choose faith healing practices for their children, Trevor D. Shields, Monica K. Miller, and Logan A. Yelderman

Gender differences in the evaluation of aggravating and mitigating circumstances: the mediating role of attributional complexity*, Matthew P. West, Logan A. Yelderman, and Monica K. Miller

Cognitive rigidity explains the relationship between religious fundamentalism and insanity defence attitudes, Logan A. Yelderman

Understanding Crime Control Theater: Do Sample Type, Gender, and Emotions Relate to Support for Crime Control Theater Policies?, Logan A. Yelderman, Monica K. Miller, Shelby Forsythe, and Lorie Sicafuse

Religious Beliefs, Religious Contexts, and Perceived Interactions with Ex-Offenders, Logan A. Yelderman, Matthew P. West, and Monica K. Miller

Submissions from 2017

Religious fundamentalism, religiosity, and priming: effects on attitudes, perceptions, and mock jurors’ decisions in an insanity defense case, Logan A. Yelderman and Monica K. Miller

Submissions from 2016

An assessment of juvenile drug courts' knowledge of evidence-based practices, data collection, and the use of AA/NA, Logan A. Yelderman

Religious Fundamentalism and Attitudes toward the Insanity Defense: The Mediating Roles of Criminal Attributions and Attitudes toward the Mentally Ill, Logan A. Yelderman and Monica K. Miller

Submissions from 2013

Disentangling the belief in God and cognitive rigidity/flexibility components of religiosity to predict racial and value-violating prejudice: A Post-Critical Belief Scale analysis, Megan Johnson Shen, Logan A. Yelderman, Megan C. Haggard, and Wade C. Rowatt