Daniel Nagin
Daniel Nagin
Verified email at andrew.cmu.edu
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Group-based modeling of development
DS Nagin, D NAGIN
Harvard University Press, 2005
32032005
Analyzing developmental trajectories: a semiparametric, group-based approach.
DS Nagin
Psychological methods 4 (2), 139, 1999
24191999
Developmental trajectories of childhood disruptive behaviors and adolescent delinquency: a six-site, cross-national study.
LM Broidy, DS Nagin, RE Tremblay, JE Bates, B Brame, KA Dodge, ...
Developmental psychology 39 (2), 222, 2003
20872003
A SAS procedure based on mixture models for estimating developmental trajectories
BL Jones, DS Nagin, K Roeder
Sociological methods & research 29 (3), 374-393, 2001
19312001
Trajectories of boys' physical aggression, opposition, and hyperactivity on the path to physically violent and nonviolent juvenile delinquency
D Nagin, RE Tremblay
Child development 70 (5), 1181-1196, 1999
17171999
Trajectories of change in criminal offending: Good marriages and the desistance process
JH Laub, DS Nagin, RJ Sampson
American sociological review, 225-238, 1998
13971998
Criminal deterrence research at the outset of the twenty-first century
DS Nagin
Crime and justice 23, 1-42, 1998
13111998
Physical aggression during early childhood: Trajectories and predictors
RE Tremblay, DS Nagin, JR Séguin, M Zoccolillo, PD Zelazo, M Boivin, ...
Pediatrics 114 (1), e43-e50, 2004
12872004
Age, criminal careers, and population heterogeneity: Specification and estimation of a nonparametric, mixed Poisson model
DS Nagin, KC Land
Criminology 31 (3), 327-362, 1993
12071993
Group-based trajectory modeling in clinical research
DS Nagin, CL Odgers
Annual review of clinical psychology 6, 109-138, 2010
10612010
Deterrence and incapacitation: Estimating the effects of criminal sanctions on crime rates
A Blumstein
National Academy Press, 1978
9251978
Enduring individual differences and rational choice theories of crime
DS Nagin, R Paternoster
Law and Society Review, 467-496, 1993
8751993
Advances in group-based trajectory modeling and an SAS procedure for estimating them
BL Jones, DS Nagin
Sociological methods & research 35 (4), 542-571, 2007
8702007
Life‐course trajectories of different types of offenders
DS Nagin, DP Farrington, TE Moffitt
Criminology 33 (1), 111-139, 1995
8471995
Trajectories leading to school-age conduct problems.
DS Shaw, M Gilliom, EM Ingoldsby, DS Nagin
Developmental psychology 39 (2), 189, 2003
8362003
Imprisonment and reoffending
DS Nagin, FT Cullen, CL Jonson
Crime and justice 38 (1), 115-200, 2009
7512009
Integrating celerity, impulsivity, and extralegal sanction threats into a model of general deterrence: Theory and evidence
DS Nagin, G Pogarsky
Criminology 39 (4), 865-892, 2001
7112001
Analyzing developmental trajectories of distinct but related behaviors: a group-based method.
DS Nagin, RE Tremblay
Psychological methods 6 (1), 18, 2001
6912001
The development of physical aggression from toddlerhood to pre-adolescence: A nation wide longitudinal study of Canadian children
S Côté, T Vaillancourt, JC LeBlanc, DS Nagin, RE Tremblay
Journal of abnormal child psychology 34 (1), 68-82, 2006
6882006
Parental and early childhood predictors of persistent physical aggression in boys from kindergarten to high school
DS Nagin, RE Tremblay
Archives of General psychiatry 58 (4), 389-394, 2001
6122001
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