Size matters: Standard errors in the application of null hypothesis significance testing in criminology and criminal justice

Size matters: Standard errors in the application of null hypothesis significance testing in criminology and criminal justice Abstract Null Hypothesis Significance Testing (NHST) has been a mainstay of the social…
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Doctors and Nurses of Death: A Case Study of Eugenically Motivated Killing under the Nazi ‘Euthanasia’ Programme

Doctors and Nurses of Death: A Case Study of Eugenically Motivated Killing under the Nazi ‘Euthanasia’ Programme Abstract This article reviews newly declassified US intelligence files and other sources, including…
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Acupuncture in drug treatment: Exploring its role and impact on participant behavior in the drug court setting

Acupuncture in drug treatment: Exploring its role and impact on participant behavior in the drug court setting Abstract The originators of the Miami drug court incorporated acupuncture into the substance…
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Instrumental variables methods in experimental criminological research: what, why and how

Instrumental variables methods in experimental criminological research: what, why and how Abstract Quantitative criminology focuses on straightforward causal questions that are ideally addressed with randomized experiments. In practice, however, traditional…
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Establishing Universal Human Rights through War Crimes Trials and the Need for Cosmopolitan Law in an Age of Diversity

Establishing Universal Human Rights through War Crimes Trials and the Need for Cosmopolitan Law in an Age of Diversity Abstract This article explores the practical and philosophical issues associated with…
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The Sixth Annual Campbell Collaboration, Jerry Lee Crime Prevention Symposium Developing Effective Crime Prevention Policies: Evidence and Controversies May 1–2, 2006

The Sixth Annual Campbell Collaboration, Jerry Lee Crime Prevention Symposium Developing Effective Crime Prevention Policies: Evidence and Controversies May 1–2, 2006 Read the syndicated article here
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Research Note: Randomized field experiments published in the British Journal of Criminology , 1960–2004

Research Note: Randomized field experiments published in the British Journal of Criminology , 1960–2004 Abstract Randomized controlled trials have become an important component of evidence-based policy in criminal justice. Because…
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Long-term effects of participation in the Baltimore City drug treatment court: Results from an experimental study

Long-term effects of participation in the Baltimore City drug treatment court: Results from an experimental study Abstract This study uses an experimental design comparing 235 offenders assigned either to drug…
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