Arjan Blokland
Arjan Blokland
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The effects of life circumstances on longitudinal trajectories of offending
AAJ Blokland, P Nieuwbeerta
Criminology 43 (4), 1203-1240, 2005
3962005
The effects of life circumstances on longitudinal trajectories of offending
AAJ Blokland, P Nieuwbeerta
Criminology 43 (4), 1203-1240, 2005
3962005
Life span offending trajectories of a Dutch conviction cohort
AAJ Blokland, D Nagin, P Nieuwbeerta
Criminology 43 (4), 919-954, 2005
2822005
Trajectories of delinquency and parenting styles
M Hoeve, A Blokland, JS Dubas, R Loeber, JRM Gerris, PH Van der Laan
Journal of abnormal child psychology 36 (2), 223-235, 2008
2722008
Comparing the effects of community service and short-term imprisonment on recidivism: a matched samples approach
H Wermink, A Blokland, P Nieuwbeerta, D Nagin, N Tollenaar
Journal of Experimental Criminology 6 (3), 325-349, 2010
1632010
The predictive value of criminal background checks: Do age and criminal history affect time to redemption?
SD Bushway, P Nieuwbeerta, A Blokland
Criminology 49 (1), 27-60, 2011
1382011
The impact of imprisonment on marriage and divorce: A risk set matching approach
R Apel, AAJ Blokland, P Nieuwbeerta, M van Schellen
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 26 (2), 269-300, 2010
1372010
Assessing the impact of first-time imprisonment on offenders’ subsequent criminal career development: A matched samples comparison
P Nieuwbeerta, DS Nagin, AAJ Blokland
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 25 (3), 227-257, 2009
1292009
Long-term patterns of offending in women
C Rebecca Block, AAJ Blokland, C Van Der Werff, R Van Os, ...
Feminist Criminology 5 (1), 73-107, 2010
1132010
Delinquent development in a sample of high-risk youth: Shape, content, and predictors of delinquent trajectories from age 12 to 32
V Van Der Geest, A Blokland, C Bijleveld
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 46 (2), 111-143, 2009
942009
Delinquent development in a sample of high-risk youth: Shape, content, and predictors of delinquent trajectories from age 12 to 32
V Van Der Geest, A Blokland, C Bijleveld
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 46 (2), 111-143, 2009
942009
Effects of employment and unemployment on serious offending in a high-risk sample of men and women from ages 18 to 32 in the Netherlands
J Verbruggen, AAJ Blokland, VR Van der Geest
British Journal of Criminology 52 (5), 845-869, 2012
892012
The adolescence-adulthood transition and Robins’s continuity paradox: Criminal career patterns of juvenile and adult sex offenders in a prospective longitudinal birth cohort study
P Lussier, A Blokland
Journal of criminal justice 42 (2), 153-163, 2014
842014
Crime over the life span; trajectories of criminal behavior in Dutch offenders
A Blokland
Netherlands Institute for the study of Crime and Law Enforcement, Faculty of …, 2005
822005
The effects of employment on longitudinal trajectories of offending: A follow‐up of high‐risk youth from 18 to 32 years of age
VR Van Der Geest, CCJH Bijleveld, AAJ Blokland
Criminology 49 (4), 1195-1234, 2011
692011
Life course criminology
AAJ Blokland, P Nieuwbeerta
International handbook of criminology, 77-120, 2010
652010
A life-course analysis of offense specialization across age: Introducing a new method for studying individual specialization over the life course
P Nieuwbeerta, AAJ Blokland, AR Piquero, G Sweeten
Crime & Delinquency 57 (1), 3-28, 2011
642011
Does the time cause the crime? An examination of the relationship between time served and reoffending in the Netherlands
GM Snodgrass, AAJ Blokland, A Haviland, P Nieuwbeerta, DS Nagin
Criminology 49 (4), 1149-1194, 2011
602011
Comparing criminal careers of organized crime offenders and general offenders
MV Van Koppen, CJ de Poot, AAJ Blokland
European Journal of Criminology 7 (5), 356-374, 2010
592010
Relating psychiatric disorders, offender and offence characteristics in a sample of adolescent sex offenders and non‐sex offenders
AP Van Wijk, AAJ Blokland, N Duits, R Vermeiren, J Harkink
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 17 (1), 15-30, 2007
592007
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