Publications

All publications from adaptlab members
Most Recent

Piontak, J. R., Russell, M. A., Danese, A., Copeland, W. E., Hoyle, R. H., & Odgers, C. L. (2017). Violence exposure and adolescents’ same-day obesogenic behaviors: New findings and a replication. Social Science & Medicine.

Odgers, CL & Russell, MR. (in press). Witnessing violence predicts same-day increases in young adolescents’ mental health and behavioral problems.

Newbury, J., Arseneault, L., Caspi, A., Moffitt, T.E., Odgers, C.L., Fisher, H.L. (2017). Cumulative effects of neighborhood social adversity and personal crime victimization on adolescent psychotic experiences. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

George, M, Russell, MR, Piontak, J, & Odgers, CL. (2017). Concurrent and subsequent associations between digital technology use and high-risk adolescents’ mental health symptoms. Child Development.

Bailey, D, Duncan, G, Odgers, CL & Yu, W. (2016). Persistence and fadeout impacts in human capital interventions. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 1, 7-39.

Baldwin, JR, Arseneault, L, Odgers, C, Belsky, DW, Matthews T, Ambler, A, Caspi, A, Moffitt, TE, and Danese, A. (2016). Childhood bullying victimization predicts overweight in young adulthood: A cohort study. Psychosomatic Medicine, 78, 1094-1103.

Piontak, J, Russell, MR, & Odgers, CL. (submitted). Exposure to violence in daily life predicts obesogenic behaviors.

George, M, Russell, MR, Piontak, J, & Odgers, CL. Concurrent and Subsequent Associations Between Daily Digital Technology Use and High-Risk Adolescents’ Mental Health Symptoms.

Bailey, D, Duncan, G, Odgers, CL & Yu, W. (submitted). Persistence and fadeout impacts in human capital interventions.

Baldwin, JR, Arseneault, L, Odgers, C, Belsky, DW, Matthews T, Ambler, A, Caspi, A, Moffitt, TE, and Danese, A. (submitted). Childhood bullying victimization predicts overweight in young adulthood: A cohort study.

George, M., Russell, MA. & Odgers, CL. (in press). How mobile technologies can advance the study of psychopathology among children and adolescents. Handbook of Developmental Psychopathology, Wiley-Blackwell.

Newbury, J., Arseneault, L., Caspi, A., Moffitt, T.E., Odgers, C.L., Fisher, H.L. (2016). Why are children in urban neighborhoods at increased risk for psychotic symptoms? Findings from a UK longitudinal cohort study. Schizophrenia Bulletin, doi:10.1093/schbul/sbw052.

Russell, MR, Wang, L & Odgers, CL. (2015). Witnessing Substance Use and Same-Day Antisocial Behavior
among At-Risk Adolescents: Gene-Environment Interaction in a 30-Day Ecological Momentary Assessment Study
. Development and Psychopathology. DOI: 10.1017/S0954579415001182.

Goldman-Mellor, S, Caspi, A, Arseneault, L, Ajala, N, Ambler, A, Danese, A, Fisher, H, Hucker, A, Odgers, C, Williams, T, Wong, C, & Moffitt, TE. (2015). Committed to work but vulnerable: Self perceptions and mental health in NEET 18-year-olds from a contemporary British cohort. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 57, 196–203.

Fisher HL, Caspi A, Moffitt TE, Wertz J, Gray R, Newbury J, Ambler A, Zavos H, Danese A, Mill J, Odgers CL, Pariante C, Wong CC, & Arseneault L. (2015). Measuring adolescents’ exposure to victimization: The Environmental Risk (E-Risk) Longitudinal Twin Study. Development & Psychopathology, 27(4pt2):1399-1416.

Matthews, T., Danese, A, Wertz, J., Odgers, CL, Ambler, A, Moffitt, TE., & Arseneault L. (2016). Social isolation, loneliness and depression in young adulthood: A behavioural genetic analysis. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology.

Odgers, CL. (2015). Income inequality and the developing child: Is it all relative? American Psychologist, 70, 722-31.

George, M., & Odgers, CL. (2015). Seven fears and the science of how mobile technologies may be influencing adolescents in the digital age. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 10, 832-851.

Odgers, CL, Donley, S, Caspi, A., Bates, CJ. & Moffitt, TE. (2015). Living alongside more affluent neighbours predicts greater involvement in antisocial behavior among low-income boys. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. DOI: 10.1111/jcpp.12380

Tsang, S., Schmidt, K. M., Vincent, G. M., Salekin, R. T., Moretti, M.M., & Odgers, C.L. (2015). Assessing Psychopathy among justice involved adolescents with the PCL: YV: An Item Response Theory examination across gender. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 6, 22–31.

2014

Henneberger, AK, Oudekerk, BA, Reppucci, ND & Odgers, CL. (2014). Differential subtypes of offending among adolescent girls predict health and criminality in adulthood. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 2, 181-195.

Moretti, MM, Bartolo, T, Craig, S., Slaney, K & Odgers, CL. (2014). Gender and the transmission of risk: A prospective study of adolescent girls exposed to maternal versus paternal interparental violence. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 24, 80-92.

Russell, MA., Robins, S., & Odgers, CL. (2014). Developmental perspectives: Sex differences in antisocial behavior from childhood to adulthood. In B. McCarthy and R. Gartner (Eds), Oxford Handbook on Gender, Sex and Crime, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2013

Odgers, CL. & Jaffee (2013). Routine versus catastrophic influences on the developing child. Annual Review of Public Health, 34, 29-48.

Henneberger, AK, Oudekerk, BA, Reppucci, ND & Odgers, CL. (2013). Differential subtypes of offending among adolescent girls predict health and criminality in adulthood. Criminal Justice and Behavior, published online Aug 2013: DOI: 10.1177/0093854813500957.

Russell, MA. & Odgers, CL. (in press). Antisocial behavior among children in poverty: Understanding the daily process of environmental risk and resilience. In C. Peitz and C. Mattson (Eds), Violent Offenders: Understanding and Assessment, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jaffee, S. & Odgers, CL. (in press). Conduct disorder across the lifecourse. In K. Koenen, S. Rudenstine, S. Galea, & E. Susser (Eds), Life Course Epidemiology of Mental Disorders, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2012

Odgers, CL., Caspi, A., Russell, MA., Sampson, RJ., Arseneault, L and Moffitt, TE. (2012). Supportive parenting mediates neighborhood socioeconomic disparities in children’s antisocial behavior from ages 5 to 12. Development and Psychopathology, 24, 705-21.

Odgers, CL., Caspi, A., Bates, CJ., Sampson, RJ and Moffitt, TE. (2012). Systematic social observation of children’s neighborhoods using Google Street View: A reliable and cost effective method. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 53, 1009-1017.

Jaffee, S., Strait, L., & Odgers, CL. (2012). From correlates to causes: Can quasi-experimental studies and statistical innovations bring us closer to identifying the causes of antisocial behavior Psychological Bulletin, 138, 272-95.

Boivin, Michel, & Hertzman, Clyde. (eds) (2012). The Role of Early Childhood Experiences in Developmental Health in Adolescence and Young Adulthood. Royal Society of Canada-Canadian Academy of Health Sciences Expert Panel (with Ronald Barr, Thomas Boyce, Alison Fleming, Candice Odgers, Harriet MacMillan, Marla Sokolowski, & Nico Trocmé).

Odgers, CL., & Russell, MA. (2012). What can genetically informative research designs tell us about the causes of crime? In J. MacDonald (Ed), Measuring Crime and Criminality (pp. 141-160), New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

Odgers, CL. (2012). The physical health consequences of antisocial behavior among girls and women. In D. Pepler & W. Craig. Understanding Aggressive Behaviors. New York: Edwin Mellen Press.

Nagin, DS., & Odgers, CL. (2012) Group-based trajectory modeling in developmental science. In B. Laursen, T. Little & N. Card (Eds.), Handbook of Developmental Research Methods (pp. 444-480). New York: Guilford Press.

2011

Ouellet-Morin, I., Odgers, C.L., Danese, A., Bowes, L., Shakoor, S., Papadopoulos, A.S., Caspi, A., Moffitt, T.E., & Arseneault, L. (2011). Blunted Cortisol Responses to Stress Signal Social and Behavioral Problems Among Maltreated/Bullied 12-Year-Old Children. Biological Psychiatry, 70, 1016-23.

Whalen, C.K., Odgers, C.L., Reed, P.L., & Henker B. (2011). Dissecting Daily Distress in Mothers of Children With ADHD: An Electronic Diary Study. Journal of Family Psychology, 3, 402-11.

Moretti, MM., Odgers, CL., Reppucci, ND., The Gender and Aggression Project Team, & Catherine, NLA. (2011). Serious conduct problems among girls at risk: Translating research into intervention. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 1, 142-161.

2010

Nagin, DS., & Odgers, CL. (2010). Group based trajectory modeling in clinical research. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 6, 109-138.

Odgers, CL, Robins, S., & Russell, MA. (2010). Morbidity and mortality risk among the forgotten few: Why are girls in the justice system in such poor health?Morbidity and mortality risk among the forgotten few: Why are girls in the justice system in such poor health? Law and Human Behavior, 34, 429-444.

Polanczyk, G., Moffitt, TE., Arseneault, L., Cannon, M., Ambler, A., Keefe, RSE, Houts, R., Odgers, C L., & Caspi, A. (2010). Etiological and clinical features of childhood psychotic symptoms: Results from a birth cohort. Archives of General Psychiatry, 67, 328-338.

Odgers, CL., Moretti, MM., & Reppucci, ND. (2010). A review of findings from the Gender and Aggression Project: Informing juvenile justice policy and practice through gender sensitive research. Court Review, 46, 6-8.

Robins, S., Odgers, CL., & Russell, MA. (2010). Incarcerated girls’ physical health: Can the justice system help to reduce long-term health costs. Court Review, 46, 30-35.

Nagin, DS., & Odgers, CL. (2010). Group-based trajectory modeling (nearly) two decades later. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 26, 445-453.

Russell, MA, & Marston, EG. (2010). Mental health I: Profiles of mental disorder among incarcerated female adolescents. Court Review, 46, 16-23.

Mulvey, EP., Schubert, C., & Odgers, CL. (2010). A method for measuring organizational functioning in juvenile justice facilities using resident ratings. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 37, 1255-1277.

Jennings, WG., Maldonado-Molina, MM., Piquero, AR., Odgers, CL, Bird, H., Canino, G. (2010). Sex Differences in trajectories of offending among Puerto Rican youth. Crime and Delinquency, 56, 327-357.

Lee, Z., Penny, S., Odgers, CL., & Moretti, MM. (2010). Challenges in the assessment of aggression in high-risk youth: Testing the fit of the Form-Function Aggression Measure. International Journal of Forensic and Mental Health Services, 9, 259-270

2009

Odgers, CL, Moffitt, TE., Tach, L., Sampson, R., Taylor, A., Matthews, CL. & Caspi, A. (2009). The protective effects of neighborhood collective efficacy on British children growing up in deprivation: A developmental analysis. Developmental Psychology, 45, 942-957.

Odgers, CL., Mulvey, EP., Skeem, JL., Gardner, W., & Lidz, CW., & Schubert, C. (2009). Capturing the ebb and flow of psychiatric symptoms with dynamical systems models. American Journal of Psychiatry, 166, 575-582.

Odgers, CL. (2009). The life-course persistent pathway of antisocial behavior: Risks for violence and poor physical health. In S. Hodgins, E. Viding, & A. Plodowski (Eds.). Persistent Violent Offenders: Neuroscience and Rehabilitation. London: OxfordUniversity Press.

Odgers, CL., & Russell, MA. (2009). Can adolescent dating violence be prevented through school-based programs? Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 163, 767-768.

2008

Odgers, CL., Caspi, A., Nagin, D. Piquero, AR., Slutske, WS., Milne, B., Dickson, N., Poulton, R., & Moffitt, TE. (2008). Is it important to prevent early exposure to drugs and alcohol among adolescents? Psychological Science, 19,1037-1044.

Maikovich, AK., Jaffe, SR., Odgers, CL., & Gallop, R. (2008). Effects of family violence on psychopathology symptoms in children previously exposed to maltreatment. Child Development, 79, 1499-1513.

Vincent, GM., Odgers, CL., McCormick, AV & Corrado, RR. (2008). The PCL:YV and recidivism in male and female juveniles: A follow-up into young adulthood. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 31, 287-296.

Moffitt, TE., Arseneault, L., Jaffee, SR, Kim-Cohen, J, Koenen, KC, Odgers, CL, Slutske, W. & Viding, E. (2008). DSM-V Conduct Disorder: Research needs for an evidence base. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 49, 3-33.

Odgers, CL., Moffitt, TE, Broadbent, JM., Dickson, N., Hancox, RJ., Harrington, H., Poulton, R., Sears, MR., Thompson, WM., & Caspi, A. (2008). Female and male antisocial trajectories: From childhood origins to adult outcomes. Development and Psychopathology, 20, 673-716.

Moretti, MM., Osbuth, I. Odgers, CL. & Penney, S. (2008). Female perpetrators of violence. In C.M. Renzetti and J. L. Edleson (Eds.). Encyclopedia of interpersonal violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Reference.

2007 and Prior

Odgers, CL., Milne, B., Caspi, A, Crump, R., Poulton, R. & Moffitt, TE. (2007). Predicting prognosis for the conduct-problem boy: Can family history help? Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 46, 1240-1249.

Odgers, CL., Caspi, A., Poulton, R., Harrington, H., Thompson, M., Broadbent, JM., Dickson, N., Sears, MR., Hancox, B. & Moffitt, TE. (2007). Prediction of differential adult health burden by conduct problem subtypes in males. Archives of General Psychiatry. 64, 476-484.

Odgers, CL., Moretti, MM., Burnette, ML., Chauhan, P., & Reppucci, ND. (2007). A latent variable modeling approach to identifying serious and violent female juvenile offenders. Aggressive Behavior, 33, 339-352.

Viljoen, J., Odgers, CL., Grisso, T. & Tillbrook, C. (2007). Teaching adolescents and adults about adjudicative proceedings: A comparison of pre- and post-teaching scores on the MacCAT-CA. Law and Human Behavior, 5, 419-432.

Skeem, JL., Schubert, C., Odgers, CL., Mulvey, EP., Gardner, W., & Lidz, C. (2006). Psychiatric symptoms and community violence among high risk psychiatric patients: A test of the relationship at the weekly level. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 74, 967-979.

Mulvey, EP., Odgers, CL., Skeem, JL., Schubert, C., Gardner, W., & Lidz, C. (2006). Substance use and community violence: A test of the relation at the daily level. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 74, 743-754.

Moretti, MM., & Odgers, CL. (2006). Sex differences in the functions and precursors of adolescent aggression. Aggressive Behavior, 32, 373-375.

Moretti, MM., Osbuth, I., Odgers, CL. & Reebye, PR. (2006). Exposure to maternal vs. paternal partner violence, PTSD and aggression in adolescent girls and boys. Aggressive Behavior, 32, 385-395.

Odgers, CL., Moretti, MM., & Reppucci, ND. (2005). Examining the science and practice of violence risk assessment with female adolescents. Law and Human Behavior, 29, 7-27.

Odgers, CL., Reppucci, ND., & Moretti, MM. (2005). Nipping psychopathy in the bud: An examination of the convergent, predictive and theoretical utility of the PCL-YV among adolescent girls. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 23, 743-763.

Odgers, CL., Burnette, ML., & Chauhan, P., & Reppucci, ND. (2005). Misdiagnosing the problem: Mental health profiles of incarcerated juveniles. Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Review, 14, 26-29.

Skeem, JL., Mulvey, EP., Odgers, CL., Schubert, C., Stowman, S., Gardner, W., & Lidz, C. (2005). What do clinicians expect? Comparing envisioned and reported violence for male and female patients. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 73, 599-609.

Woolard, JL., Odgers, CL., Lanza-Kaduce., L., & Daglis, H. (2005). Juveniles within adult correctional settings: Legal pathways and developmental considerations. International Journal of Forensic and Mental Health, 4, 1-18.

iquero, A., Fagan, J., Mulvey, EP., Steinberg, L., & Odgers, CL. (2005). Developmental trajectories of legal socialization among serious adolescent offenders. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 96, 267-289.

Moretti, MM., Catchpole, R., & Odgers, CL. (2005). The dark side of girlhood: Recent trends, risk factors and trajectories to aggression and violence. Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Review, 14, 21-25.

Moretti, MM., Odgers, CL., & Jackson, MA. (2004). Girls and Aggression: Contributing Factors and Intervention Principles. Series: Perspectives in Law and Psychology. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Odgers, CL., & Moretti, MM. (2002). Aggressive and antisocial girls: Research update and challenges. International Journal of Forensic and Mental Health, 2, 17-33.

Moretti, MM., Odgers, CL., & Jackson, MA. (2004). Girls and Aggression: Contributing Factors and Intervention Principles. Series: Perspectives in Law and Psychology. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.