Greg Pogarsky
Greg Pogarsky
Professor, University at Albany, School of Criminal Justice
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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
An experimental investigation of deterrence: Cheating, self‐serving bias, and impulsivity
DS Nagin, G Pogarsky
Criminology 41 (1), 167-194, 2003
Identifying “deterrable” offenders: Implications for research on deterrence
G Pogarsky
Justice Quarterly 19 (3), 431-452, 2002
Beyond Stafford and Warr's reconceptualization of deterrence: Personal and vicarious experiences, impulsivity, and offending behavior
AR Piquero, G Pogarsky
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 39 (2), 153-186, 2002
Can punishment encourage offending? Investigating the “resetting” effect
G Pogarsky, AR Piquero
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 40 (1), 95-120, 2003
Rational choice, agency and thoughtfully reflective decision making: The short and long-term consequences of making good choices
R Paternoster, G Pogarsky
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 25 (2), 103-127, 2009
Self-control depletion and the general theory of crime
M Muraven, G Pogarsky, D Shmueli
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 22 (3), 263-277, 2006
Time and punishment: Delayed consequences and criminal behavior
DS Nagin, G Pogarsky
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 20 (4), 295-317, 2004
Elaborating the individual difference component in deterrence theory
AR Piquero, R Paternoster, G Pogarsky, T Loughran
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 7, 335-360, 2011
Projected offending and contemporaneous rule‐violation: Implications for heterotypic continuity
G Pogarsky
Criminology 42 (1), 111-136, 2004
Developmental outcomes for children of young mothers
G Pogarsky, TP Thornberry, AJ Lizotte
Journal of Marriage and Family 68 (2), 332-344, 2006
Adolescent mothers and the criminal behavior of their children
DS Nagin, DP Farrington, G Pogarsky
Law & Soc'y Rev. 31, 137, 1997
Modeling change in perceptions about sanction threats: The neglected linkage in deterrence theory
G Pogarsky, AR Piquero, R Paternoster
Journal of Quantitative criminology 20 (4), 343-369, 2004
Effects of individual and contextual characteristics on preadjudication detention of juvenile delinquents
GS Armstrong, N Rodriguez
Justice Quarterly 22 (4), 521-539, 2005
On ambiguity in perceptions of risk: Implications for criminal decision making and deterrence
TA Loughran, R Paternoster, AR Piquero, G Pogarsky
Criminology 49 (4), 1029-1061, 2011
Deterrence and individual differences among convicted offenders
G Pogarsky
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 23 (1), 59-74, 2007
The delinquency of children born to young mothers: Results from the Rochester Youth Development Study
G Pogarsky, AJ Lizotte, TP Thornberry
Criminology 41 (4), 1249-1286, 2003
Studying the reach of deterrence: Can deterrence theory help explain police misconduct?
G Pogarsky, AR Piquero
Journal of Criminal Justice 32 (4), 371-386, 2004
Damage caps and settlement: a behavioral approach
L Babcock, G Pogarsky
The Journal of Legal Studies 28 (2), 341-370, 1999
Perceptual change in the National Youth Survey: Lessons for deterrence theory and offender decision‐making
G Pogarsky, KD Kim, R Paternoster
Justice Quarterly 22 (1), 1-29, 2005
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