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Specialization and seriousness during adult criminal careers
Crime-type switching between arrests is examined for tendencies by adult offenders to specialize in crime types or to escalate in seriousness as offending continues. The adult offenders examinedExpand
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Delinquency Careers: Innocents, Desisters, and Persisters
The Philadelphia birth cohort study's finding that 6 percent of the boys born in Philadelphia in 1945 experienced 52 percent of the cohort's arrests stimulated a variety of research and policyExpand
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Skewness and the Beta Distribution
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In this paper, alternative methods for estimating the beta distribution are proposed that utilize more information than the standard method based on the best, worst and most likely estimates. Expand
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THE IDENTIFICATION OF “CAREER CRIMINALS” FROM “CHRONIC OFFENDERS” IN A COHORT
The findings by Wolfgang et al. that 6.3% of their cohort had 52% of the recorded police contacts is well known. This retrospective analysis has been used to suggest that imprisoning these “chronic”Expand
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Experimental study of splenic trauma in monkeys.
Abstract Arteriography on monkey spleens indicates that the spleen has a segmental arterial supply. The response to various types of trauma was studied in terms of pulse rate, blood pressure, amountExpand
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Surgery of trigeminal neuralgia.
Trigeminal neuralgia (TN), which is one of the few neuropathic pains that can be treated both medically and surgically, is considered a rare condition, but it is being increasingly recognised. TheExpand
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On the Transfer of Some OR/MS Technology to Criminal Justice
The very first sentence of the Editorial Policy of Interfaces says that this publication “is concerned with the operational problems of using management science and operations research.” Further onExpand
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Growing or Stable Incarceration Rates: A Comment on Cahalan's "Trends in Incarceration in the United States since 1880" August 1, 1979 To the Editor
rate (i.e., prisoners per capita) in the United States over the past century. This analysis uses data points on incarceration rate from nine years, (reproduced here as Table 1) to estimate a linearExpand
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From the All Zndio Znstitute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India. Presented before the 18th Annual Congress of thtp British Association of Paediatric
Roley et a1.,4 McDermott and Organ,5 and Upadhyaya and Simpson6 have brought out the significant peculiarities of splenic trauma in children on the basis of their clinical analysis. In the majorityExpand