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Eric G. Lambert, Ph.D.

Professor of Criminal Justice and Department Chair Department of Legal Studies

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School of Applied Sciences University of Mississippi University, MI 38677 662-915-2672 (office) 662-915- 7981 (fax) eglamber@olemiss.edu

EDUCATION:

School of Criminal Justice Ph.D. State University of New York at Albany

Dissertation Title: A Path Analysis of the Antecedents and Consequences of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment Among Correctional Staff

School of Criminal Justice M.A. State University of New York at Albany

Saginaw Valley State University B.A. (Duel Major - Criminal Justice and Sociology)

(Minor - History)

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

University of Mississippi Professor of Legal 2013 to Present Studies and Chair of

Department of Legal Studies (Tenured)

Wayne State University Professor of Criminal 2008 to 2013 Justice and Chair of the

Department of Criminal Justice (Tenured)

University of Toledo Professor (and Associate 2003 to 2008 Professor) of Criminal Justice

and Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice

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Ferris State University Associate Professor 2002 to 2003 of Criminal Justice

University of Toledo Assistant Professor 2001 to 2002 of Criminal Justice

Ferris State University Assistant Professor 1997-2001 of Criminal Justice

CRIMINAL JUSTICE WORK EXPERIENCE:

Bureau of Research and Evaluation Investigative Aide/Intern New York Division of Criminal

Justice Services

Worked on the Youth Recidivism Project. Primary duties were to sort, read, interpret, and code relevant information from files of juveniles assigned to the custody of the New York Division for Youth. Development of questionnaires for staff at facilities concerning programs and social climates. Responsible for maintaining and cleaning system files and data sets. Assisting in statistical analysis and interpretation of results.

Federal Bureau of Prisons Correctional Treatment Specialist

Managed and supervised a caseload of over 185 long term, sophisticated inmates. Assigned program goals, coordinated with various law enforcement agencies, adjudicated disciplinary infractions, maintained records and central files, composed official correspondences, prepared transfer requests, developed release plans, responded to congressional and judicial inquiries, performed necessary custodial duties, and participated in strategic planning. Utilized my

counseling skills and persuasion techniques to motivate inmates. Assigned job tasks for inmates and monitored performance, changing assignments as necessary. Performed the duties of unit manager and case management coordinator as needed.

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Organizational behavior issues; organizational effects on criminal justice performance outcomes; death penalty attitudes; the effects of treatment interventions on institutional behavior and post-release behavior of convicted individuals; ethical behavior of criminal justice employees and students; measurement and structural equation modeling issues; criminal justice agency

evaluation; the testing of criminological theories, particularly in different environments and sub-populations; correctional staff attitudes and behaviors; and correctional management models and the impact of the different models on quality of life issues for inmates and staff.

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

Funded Grant Applications:

Eric Lambert and Linda Keena (Co-Investigators). “How the Work Environment Affects Work Staff of the Mississippi Department of Corrections.” Southeastern Conference Faculty Travel Grant. Amount Requested: $288. Grant proposal submitted in April of 2014. Outcome: Approved. Award Amount: $288.

Brad Smith (Principal Investigator), Jennifer Wareham, and Eric Lambert (Co-Investigators). “Community and Organizational Influences on law Enforcement Retention and Turnover.” American Statistical Association (ASA)/Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), Small Grants

Research Program for Analysis of Crime\ and Justice Data. Amount requested: $32,469. Grant proposal submitted in April 2009. Outcome: Approved for funding. Award Amount = $32,469. Barbara Benjamin (Principle Investigator), Lois Ventura, Michael Bryant, John Laux, Jane Cox, Paula Dupuy, Celia Williamson (Co-Investigators), and Eric Lambert (Co-Investigator and main writer, along with Barbara Benjamin, of white paper for the grant application). “Problems and Needs of Mothers Entering the Criminal Justice System: The Impact on Children.” Submitted as a discretionary grant through the National Institute of Justice. Requested Award Amount = $748,436. Grant time frame: Summer 2005 to Spring 2007. Award Amount = $493,323. Funded by Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. “Evaluation of the Mecosta County Sheriff Department’s School Resource Officer Program for the 2002/2003 School Year.” Mecosta County Sheriff’s Department. Award Amount = $500.00. Grant time frame: March 2003 to June 2003.

Eric Lambert. “Issues Concerning the Development of a Forensic Science Major and/or Minor.” Team Timme Grant from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Faculty Development, Ferris State University. Award Amount = $6,200.00. The grant helped pay for development of a presentation at the 2003 annual conference of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Boston and travel to the conference for four faculty members. Grant Time Frame: September 2002 to March 2003.

Nancy Hogan and Eric Lambert (added after the fact). “Correctional Staff Job Satisfaction at a Privately Run Maximum Security Prison.” Ferris State University, Faculty Research Grant. Award Amount = $1,493.00. Grant time frame: June 2002 to January 2003.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. “Evaluation of the Mecosta County Sheriff Department’s School Resource Officer Program.” Mecosta County Sheriff’s Department. Award Amount = $500.00. Grant time frame: March 2002 to August 2002.

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Officer Program.” Mecosta County Sheriff’s Department. Award Amount = $500.00. Grant time frame: April 2001 to June 2001.

Eric Lambert (Principal Investigator), Alan Clarke, and Terry Nerbonne (Co-Investigators). “Attitudes of Ferris State University Students Towards the Death Penalty: A Test of the Marshall Hypothesis.” Ferris State University, Faculty Research Grant. Award Amount = $1,493.00. Grant time frame: April 2000 to February 2001.

Eric Lambert, Shannon Barton (Co-Investigators), and Nancy Hogan (Principal Investigator). “Evaluation of the CHANGE Program and Its Impact on Inmates and Staff at the Michigan Reformatory.” National Institute of Justice Grant. Award Amount = $49,051.00. Grant time frame: January 2000 to December 2001.

Eric Lambert, Tamsey Andrews, Susanne Chalder, Nancy Cooley, (Co-Investigators), and Michelle Johnston (Principal Investigator). “Status of Academic Service-Learning in

Michigan.” Learn and Serve Michigan, Michigan Department of Education. Award Amount = $8,400.00. Grant time frame: January 2000 to September 2000.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton. “Evaluation of the Mecosta County Sheriff Department’s School Resource Officer Program.” Mecosta County Sheriff’s Department. Award Amount = $500.00. Grant time frame: November 1999 to June 2000.

Eric Lambert. “The Need for Forensic Science Education Among Criminal Justice Students: The Development and Expansion of a Forensic Science Minor at Ferris State University. Team Timme Grant from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Faculty Development, Ferris State University. Award Amount = $9,985.00. Grant time frame: December 1999 to April 2000. The grant allowed for a survey of Michigan law enforcement agencies on the perceived forensic needs of current personnel as well as applicants. The grant also paid for the travel to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 2000 conference to present the results and to attend presentations to aid the faulty involved in a new forensic science minor at Ferris State University.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan (Co-Investigators), and Shannon Barton (Principal Investigator). “A Systemic Approach to Addressing Domestic Violence in Rural Areas: Domestic Violence Task Forces and Community Interventions.” Ferris State University, Faculty Research Grant. Award Amount = $5,312.00. Grant time frame: April 1999 to December 1999.

Eric Lambert, Shannon Barton (Co-Investigators), and Nancy Hogan (Principal Investigator). “Undergraduate Academic Dishonesty: An Examination of Behaviors and Perceptions at Ferris State University.” Ferris State University, Faculty Research Grant. Award Amount =

$1,743.00. Grant time frame: April 1999 to February 1999.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan (Co-Investigators), and Shannon Barton (Principal Investigator). “Evaluation of the CHANGE Program and Its Impact on Inmates and Staff at the Michigan Reformatory.” Ferris State University, Dean’s Research Grant. Award Amount = $636.00.

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Grant time frame: April 1999 to December 2000.

Submitted but not Funded Grant Applications:

Jennifer Wareham (Principal Investigator), Eric Lambert, Brad Smith, and Irshad Altheimer (Co-Investigators). “Perceptions of Social Problems and Social Control among Hispanic Residents of Southwest Detroit.” Building and Enhancing Criminal Justice Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships solicitation (CFDA No. 16.560). National Institute of Justice. Amount requested: $112,405. Grant proposal submitted in July 2009. Outcome: Not Funded. Revised grant submitted in April 2010. Outcome: Not Funded.

Angela Reyes (Principal Investigator), Eric Lambert, Irshad Altheimer, Jorge Chinea, and Ethriam Cash Brammer de Gonzales (Co-Investigators). “An Evaluation of a Comprehensive Model for Improving Outcomes for Hispanic/Latino Gang Members and At-Risk Youths in Southwest Detroit.” Crime and Justice Research solicitation (NIJ-2009-2007). National Institute of Justice. Requested Award Amount: $296,000. Grant proposal submitted in April 2009. Outcome: Not Funded.

Shannon Barton (Principal Investigator), Nancy Hogan, and Eric Lambert (Co-Investigators). “Impact of the CHANGE program on Youthful Offenders and Staff at the Michigan Youth Correctional Facility.” Requested Award Amount: $99,907. Grant proposal submitted in October 2000. Outcome: Not Funded.

Eric Lambert (Principal Investigator) and Morris Jenkins (Co-Investigator). “Evaluation of Conflict Resolution with Inmate and Student Participants (CRISP) Program.” Grant Submission to the National Institute of Justice, Under the Solicitation for Crime and Justice Research, Offender Programs and Treatment. Requested Award Amount = $98,790. Grant proposal submitted in September 2004. Outcome: Not Funded.

Morris Jenkins (Principal Investigator), Shanhe Jiang and Eric Lambert (Co-Investigators). “Conflict Resolution with Inmates and Student Participants (CRISP).” Submitted for a Program of Academic Excellence grant at the University of Toledo. Requested Award Amount =

$17,331.36. Grant proposal submitted in April 2005. Outcome: Not Funded.

Other Research/Grant Activity:

From 1997 to 2001, I served as a Research and Statistician Consultant for Lowery and

Associates, Inc., Barryton, Michigan, on several grant projects, including evaluation of a MI/Cup grant for 1998-1999, MI/Cup grant for 1999-2000, and a Eisenhower “Rails to Trails” grant from 1998-2000.

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I worked on a research project for the Bureau of Research and Evaluation, New York Division of Criminal Justice Services concerning recidivism of youths discharged from the care and custody of the New York Division for Youth. I worked on the project from February 1996 to August 1997. The project was funded by a $250,000 plus grant from the State of New York.

Research Contributions and Acknowledgments:

Bruce Frederick. (1999). Factors Contributing to Recidivism Among Youth Placed With the New York State Division for Youth. Research Report, Office of Justice Systems Analysis, New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. I received several acknowledgments for helping with the research project on which the final report was based upon.

Conference Chair and/or Discussant:

Chair, Panel 2 (Criminal Justice Issues) at the 2000 annual Midwestern Criminal Justice Association meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Session 63 (The Reality of the Death Penalty and Public Safety Lawsuits) at the 2002 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Anaheim, California.

Chair, Session 123 (Views of College Students on Social Issues and Punishment: Are Criminal Justice Majors Different?) at the 2002 annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Panel 116 (Important Issues in Corrections: Recognizing the Needs of Correctional Staff and Inmates) at the 2003 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Boston, Massachusetts.

Moderator, Roundtable 261 (Issues Concerning the Development of a Forensic Science Major and/or Minor) at the 2003 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Boston, Massachusetts.

Chair, Panel 7 (Challenges in Substance Abuse Services for Youths) at the 2003 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Panel 25 (Attitudes of Students Concerning Criminal Justice Issues) at the 2003 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Panel 115 (Private Prison Concerns) at the 2003 annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Denver, Colorado.

Chair, Panel 44 (Perspectives on Individual Crimes) at the 2004 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Chair, Panel 289 (Prison Privatization) at the 2004 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Chair, Panel 9 (Criminal Justice Education II) at the 2004 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Moderator, Panel 7 (Correctional Staff and Management Issues) at the 2005 Eighth annual meeting of the Ohio Criminal Justice Research conference in Columbus, Ohio.

Chair, Panel 20 (Corrections I) at the 2006 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Panel 17 (Job Commitment, Organizational Citizenship, and Work Environment:

Research on Correctional Staff) at the 2007 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Session 382, (Understanding and Alleviating Prisoner Misconduct and Violence) at the 2007 annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Atlanta, Georgia.

Chair, Panel 3 (Corrections: The Stressors of Rehabilitation . . . The Risk of Burnout) at the 2008 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Event 313 (Prison Staff Perceptions of the Institutional Environment) at the 2009 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Boston, Massachusetts.

Chair, Event 331 (Jails and Corrections Officers) at the 2009 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Boston, Massachusetts.

Chair, Panel 12 (Identifying Hot Places of Crime and Perception of the Victims) at the 2009 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Panel 20 (Prison and Probation Work) at the 2009 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Event 106 (The Effects of Correctional Employment) at the 2009 annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Chair, Event 60 (The Effect of Work on Correctional Staff) at the 2010 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in San Diego, California.

Chair, Panel 32 (Working in Corrections: Issues Affecting Correctional Staff) at the 2010 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Panel 15 (Working in Corrections: Issues Affecting Correctional Staff) at the 2011 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

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Chair, Panel 31 (Careers in CJ: Trajectories, Satisfaction, and Departmental Practices) at the 2011 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois. Chair, Panel 3 (Rethinking Correctional Policy) at the 2012 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Panel 36 (Sentencing Biases - Examining Race and Gender) at the 2012 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Chair, Event 97 (Comparative/International Corrections) at the 2013 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences in Dallas, Texas.

Chair, Panel 7 (Gender and Law Enforcement) at the 2013 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Conference Duties:

Program Chair of the 2010 annual meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Committee member for the 2010 ACJS annual meeting under the topic area of Correctional Personnel: Recruitment, Selection, Training, and Retention.

PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS

Eric Lambert, Shannon Barton, and Nancy Hogan. (1999). “The Missing Link Between Job Satisfaction And Correctional Staff Behavior: The Issue of Organizational Commitment.”

American Journal of Criminal Justice, 24 (1), pp. 95-116.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton. (2001). “The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Turnover Intent: A Test of a Structural Measurement Model Using a National Sample of Workers.” Social Science Journal, 38 (2), pp. 233-250.

Alan Clarke, Eric Lambert, and Laurie Whitt. (2001). “Executing the Innocent: The Next Step in the Marshall Hypothesis.” New York University Review of Law and Social Change, 26 (3), pp. 309-345.

Eric Lambert. (2001). “An Unexplored Stressor for Correctional Staff: The Issue and Impact of Work-Family Conflict.” Corrections Compendium, 26 (5), pp. 1-3, 22-23.

Eric Lambert and Alan Clarke. (2001). “The Impact of Information on an Individual’s Support of The Death Penalty: A Test of the Marshall Hypothesis Among College Students at a Michigan

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University.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 12 (3), pp. 215-234.

Eric Lambert. (2001). “Absent Correctional Staff: A Discussion of the Issue and

Recommendations for Future Research.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 25 (2), pp. 279-292.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton. (2002). “Satisfied Correctional Staff: A Review of the Literature on the Antecedents and Consequences of Correctional Staff Job Satisfaction.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 29 (2), pp. 115-143.

Eric Lambert. (2002). “To Stay or to Quit: A Review of the Literature on Correctional Staff Turnover and a Proposal for a Causal Model of Correctional Staff Turnover.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 26 (1), pp. 61-76.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton. (2002). “Building Commitment Among Correctional Staff: The Issue of Feedback, Promotional Opportunities, and Organizational Fairness.” Corrections Compendium, 27 (3), pp. 1-5, 24-28.

Alan Clarke, Eric Lambert, and Laurie Whitt. (2002). “Debating the Death Penalty: The Impact of Innocence.” Guild Practitioner, 59 (2), pp. 116-128.

Eric Lambert, Shannon Barton, Nancy Hogan, and Alan Clarke. (2002). “The Impact of

Instrumental Communication and Integration on Correctional Staff.” The Justice Professional, 15 (2), pp 181-193.

Eric Lambert, Alan Clarke, Daniel Hall, and Oko Elechi. (2002). “Views of College Students on Terrorism, the Death Penalty, and Civil Rights and Why Some Foreign Governments Are

Concerned With the U.S. War Against Terrorism.” Social Science Paper Publisher, 5 (2), pp. 50-75.

Laurie Whitt, Alan Clarke, and Eric Lambert. (2002). “Innocence Matters: How Innocence Recasts the Death Penalty Debate.” Criminal Law Bulletin, 38 (Nov/Dec), pp 670-735.

Eric Lambert. (2003). “Justice in Corrections: An Exploratory Study of the Impact of

Organizational Justice on Correctional Staff.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 31 (2), pp 155-168.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton. (2003). “The Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Correctional Staff Job Satisfaction: An Exploratory Study.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 27 (1), pp. 35-51.

Eric Lambert, Terry Nerbonne, Phillip Watson, Jack Buss, Alan Clarke, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, and Janet Lambert. (2003). “The Forensic Science Needs of Law Enforcement

Applicants and Recruits: A Survey of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 14 (1), pp. 67-81.

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Eric Lambert, Daniel Hall, and Lois Ventura. (2003). “Litigation Views Among Jail Staff: An Exploratory and Descriptive Study.” Criminal Justice Review, 28 (1), pp. 70-87.

Daniel Hall, Lois Ventura, Yung Lee, and Eric Lambert. (2003). “Criminal Justice Officers: Attitudes Towards and Experiences with Civil Litigation.” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 26 (4), pp. 529-547.

Eric Lambert, Lois Ventura, Daniel Hall, Alan Clarke, Oko Elechi, David Baker, and Morris Jenkins. (2003). “United We Stand? Differences Between White and Nonwhite College

Students in Their Views on Terrorism and Punishment of Terrorists.” Journal of Ethnicity and Criminal Justice, 1 (3/4), pp. 91-108.

Eric Lambert. (2003). “The Views of Women and Men on Terrorism and the Punishment of Terrorists: A Preliminary Study Among Midwestern College Students.” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 16 (3), pp. 217-321.

Eric Lambert, Daniel Hall, Morris Jenkins, and David Baker. (2003). “Civil Liability

Perceptions Among Firefighters: An Exploratory Study.” Journal of Applied Fire Science, 11, (1), pp. 1-20.

Eric Lambert and Alan Clarke. (2004). “Crime, Capital Punishment, and Knowledge: Are Criminal Justice Majors Better Informed than Other Majors about Crime and Capital Punishment?” Social Science Journal, 41 (1), pp. 53-66.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton. (2004). “Collegiate Academic Dishonesty Revisited: What Have They Done, How Often Have They Done It, Who Does It, And Why Did They Do It?” Electronic Journal of Sociology, 7 (4), pp. 1-12 at

http://www.sociology.org/contents.html.

Eric Lambert. (2004). “The Impact of Job Characteristics on Correctional Staff.” Prison Journal, 84 (2), pp. 208-227.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton. (2004). “The Nature of Work-Family Conflict Among Correctional Staff.” Criminal Justice Review, 29 (1), pp. 145-172.

Lois Ventura, Eric Lambert, Michael Bryant, and Sudershan Pasupuleti. (2004). “Differences Between Criminal Justice Majors and Other Majors in Their Attitudes Toward Gays and Lesbians.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 28 (2), pp. 164-180.

Lois Ventura and Eric Lambert. (2004). “Recidivism 12 Months After TASC.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 39 (1), pp. 63-82.

Eric Lambert, Alan Clarke, and Janet Lambert. (2004). “Reasons for Supporting and Opposing Capital Punishment: A Preliminary Study.” The Internet Journal of Criminology, pp. 1-34 at http://www.internetjournalofcriminology.com/.

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Eric Lambert. (2004). “Assessing the Crime and Punishment Views of Criminal Justice Majors: How Different Are They from Other Majors?” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 17 (3), pp. 245-257.

Eric Lambert, Michael Reynolds, Eugene Paoline, and Cory Watkins. (2004). “The Effects of Occupational Stressors on Jail Staff Job Satisfaction.” Journal of Crime and Justice, 27 (1), pp. 1-32.

Terry Cluse-Tolar, Eric Lambert, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Reva Allen, and Lois Ventura. (2004). “The Impact of Job Characteristics on Social and Human Service Workers.” Social Work and Society, 2 (2), pp. 173-188.

Alan W. Clarke, Laurie Anne Whitt, Eric Lambert, and Oko Elechi. (2004). “Does the Rest of the World Matter?: Sovereignty, International Human Rights Law and the American Death Penalty.” Queen’s Law Journal, 30 (1 - Fall), pp. 260-310.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2004). “Academic Dishonesty Among Criminal Justice Majors as Compared to Non-Criminal Justice Majors: A Research Note.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 29 (1), pp. 1-20.

Nancy Hogan, Eric Lambert, John Hepburn, Velmer Burton, and Francis Cullen. (2004). “Can the Lady Use Force? A Look at Male and Female Correctional Officers’ Definition and

Response to Conflict Situations.” Women and Criminal Justice, 15 (3/4), pp. 143-165.

Terry Cluse-Tolar, Eric Lambert, Lois Ventura, and Sudershan Pasupuleti. (2004). “The Views of Social Work Students Toward Gay and Lesbian Persons: Are They Different From Other Students?” Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 17 (3), pp. 59-85.

David Baker, Eric Lambert, and Morris Jenkins. (2005). “Racial Differences in Death Penalty Support and Opposition: A Preliminarily Study of White and Black College Students.” Journal of Black Studies, 35 (4), pp. 201-224.

Eric Lambert, Scott Camp, Calvin Edwards, and William Saylor. (2005). “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, Back Again the Next Day: Absenteeism and Its Antecedents Among Federal Correctional Staff.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 33 (2), pp. 165-175.

Eric Lambert. (2005). “Worlds Apart: A Preliminary Study of the Views on Crime and Punishment Among White and Minority College Students.” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 18 (1), pp. 99-121.

Eric Lambert, Daniel Hall, Alan Clarke, Lois Ventura, and Oko Elechi. (2005). “The War on Terrorism: The Views of Criminal Justice and Non-Criminal Justice Majors on Terrorism and the Punishment of Terrorists.” Electronic Journal of Sociology, 2005 Volume, pp. 1-27 at http://www.sociology.org/contents.html.

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Eric Lambert and Eugene Paoline. (2005). “The Impact of Jail Medical Issues on the Job Stress and Job Satisfaction of Jail Staff: An Exploratory Study.” Punishment and Society: The International Journal of Penology, 7 (3), pp. 259-275.

Lois Ventura and Eric Lambert. (2005). “Criminal Arrests and Community Substance Abuse Treatment: An Examination of Northwest Ohio Drug Abuse Clients.” Addictive Behaviors, 30 (7), pp. 1459-1463.

Lois Ventura and Eric Lambert. (2005). “Criminal Arrest Patterns of Clients Entering and Exiting Community Substance Abuse Treatment.” The Internet Journal of Criminology, pp. 1-17 at http://www.internetjournalofcriminology.com/.

Sudershan Pasupuleti, Eric Lambert, and Terry Cluse-Tolar. (2005). “Undergraduate Views of Capital Punishment: Are Social Work Students Different From Other Students? Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 2 (2), pp. 1-58. online at http://www.socialworker.com/jswve/.

Eric Lambert, Terry Cluse-Tolar, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Daniel Hall, and Morris Jenkins. (2005). “The Impact of Perceptions of Distributive and Procedural Justice on Social Service Workers.”

Social Justice Research, 18 (4), pp. 411-427.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Eugene Paoline, and David Baker. (2005). “The Good Life: The Impact of Job Satisfaction and Occupational Stressors on Correctional Staff Life Satisfaction -An Exploratory Study.” Journal of Crime and Justice, 18 (2), pp. 1-26.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Eugene Paoline, and Alan Clarke. (2005). "The Impact of Role Stressors on Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment Among Private Prison Staff." Security Journal, 18 (4), pp. 33-50.

Morris Jenkins, Bradene Moore, Alan Clarke, and Eric Lambert. (2005). “DUI Treatment Programs and Religious Freedom: Does Cutter v. Wilkinson Change the Analysis?” Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class, 5 (2), pp. 351-385.

Eric Lambert, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Reva Allen, and Mylo Jennings. (2005). “Punishment and Rehabilitation Views of Social Work Majors and Non-Social Work Students: An Exploratory Study.” Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 3 (1), pp. 31-42.

Morris Jenkins, Lois Ventura, and Eric Lambert. (2005). “The Substance Abuse Reentry Needs of Offenders by Gender and Race.” Ohio Offender Research Connection, pp. 1-26 at

http://www.drc.state.oh.us/web/Reports/oorc.html.

Eric Lambert, Shanhe Jiang, and Wang Jin. (2006). “Issues in Cross-Cultural Criminal Justice Survey Research: A Case of U.S. and China Collaboration.” (Note: Shanhe Jiang and Eric Lambert contributed equally to the paper, and, as such, are both considered as first authors on the paper). The Internet Journal of Criminology, pp. 1-24 at

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Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Morris Jenkins, and Suzanne Wambold. (2006). “The Impact of Occupational Stressors on Correctional Staff Organizational Commitment: A Preliminary Study.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 22 (1), pp. 44-62. (Note: Nancy Hogan and Eric Lambert contributed equally to the paper, and, as such, are both considered as first authors on the paper).

Eric Lambert, Eugene Paoline, and Nancy Hogan. (2006). “The Impact of Centralization and Formalization on Correctional Staff Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment.”

Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 19 (1), pp. 23-44.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Reva Allen. (2006). “Correlates of Correctional Officer Job Stress: The Impact of Organizational Structure.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 30 (2), pp. 227-246.

Eugene Paoline, Eric Lambert, and Nancy Hogan. (2006). “A Calm and Happy Keeper of the Keys: The Impact of ACA Views, Relations with Coworkers, and Policy Views on the Job Stress and Job Satisfaction of Jail Staff.” The Prison Journal, 86 (2), pp. 182-205.

Scott Camp and Eric Lambert. (2006). “The Influence of Organizational Incentives on

Absenteeism: Sick Leave Use among Correctional Workers.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 17 (2), pp. 144-172.

Eric Lambert. (2006). “I Want to Leave: A Test of a Model of Turnover Intent Among Correctional Staff.” Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice, 2 (1), pp. 57-83.

Eric Lambert, Lois Ventura, Daniel Hall, and Terry Cluse-Tolar. (2006). “College Students Views on Gay and Lesbian Issues: Does Education Make a Difference?” Journal of

Homosexuality, 50 (4), pp. 1-30.

Eric Lambert, Lois Ventura, David Baker, and Morris Jenkins. (2006). “Drug Views: Does Race Matter?” Journal of Ethnicity and Criminal Justice, 4 (½), pp. 93-111.

Eric Lambert and Shanhe Jiang. (2006). “A Comparison of Chinese and U.S. College Students’ Crime and Crime Control Views.” Asian Journal of Criminology, 1 (1), pp. 37-49.

Eric Lambert, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Terry Cluse-Tolar, Mylo Jennings, and David Baker. (2006). “The Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Social Work and Human Service Worker Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment: An Exploratory Study.” Administration in Social Work, 30 (3) pp. 55-74.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Scott Camp, and Lois Ventura. (2006). “The Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study Among Private Prison Staff.”

Criminology and Criminal Justice: An International Journal, 6 (4), pp. 371-387.

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Views Among Canadian and U.S. College Students.” International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 1 (2), pp. 1-21.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2006). “Correlates of Correctional Staff Work on Family Conflict.” Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, 1 (2), pp 17-34.

O. Oko Elechi, Eric Lambert, and Lois Ventura. (2006). “An Examination of Death Penalty Views of Nigerian and U.S. College Students: An Exploratory Study.” African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies, 2 (2), pp. 101-147. Can be found at

http://www.umes.edu/ajcjs/.

Shanhe Jiang, Eric Lambert, and Jin Wang. (2007). “Capital Punishment Views in China and the U.S.: A Preliminary Study Among College Students.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 51 (1), pp. 84-97.

Eric Lambert, Eugene Paoline, Nancy Hogan, and David Baker. (2007). “Gender Similarities and Differences in Correctional Staff Work Attitudes and Perceptions of the Work

Environment.” Western Criminology Review, 8 (1), pp. 16-31.

Shanhe Jiang, Eric Lambert, and Jin Wang. (2007). “Correlates of Formal and Informal

Social/Crime Control in China: An Exploratory Study.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 35 (3), pp. 261-271.

Eric Lambert, Shanhe Jiang, Jin Wang, and Kasey Tucker. (2007). “Gender Differences on Views of Crime and Punishment Among Chinese College Students.” International Criminal Justice Review, 17 (2), pp. 108-124. (Note: Shanhe Jiang and Eric Lambert contributed equally to the paper, and, as such, are both considered as first authors on the paper).

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, and Michael Stevenson. (2007). “An Evaluation of CHANGE, a Pilot Prison Cognitive Treatment Program.” Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 5 (1), pp. 1-18.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2007). “Absent Correctional Staff: An Exploratory Study of the Correlates of Correctional Staff Absenteeism Views and Absenteeism.” Corrections Compendium, 32 (4), 7-11, pp. 26-28.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Terry Cluse-Tolar. (2007). “This Job is Killing Me: The Impact of Job Characteristics on Correctional Staff Job Stress.” Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice, 3 (2), pp. 117-142.

Lois Ventura, Eric Lambert, Tricia White, and Kimberly Skinner. (2007). “Women and Men in Jail: Attitudes and Experiences of Domestic Violence.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 31 (2), pp. 37-48.

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Education Decisions of Criminal Justice Professionals.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 31 (½), pp. 116-128.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Marie Griffin. (2007). “The Impact of Distributive and Procedural Justice on Correctional Staff Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 35 (6), pp. 644-656.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Terry Nerbonne, Janet Lambert, Shannon Barton, Phillip Watson, and Jack Buss. (2007). “Differences in Forensic Science Views and Needs of Law

Enforcement: A Survey of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies.” Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 8 (5), pp. 415-430.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Shanhe Jiang, Lois Ventura, and Terry Nerbonne. (2007). “Rural Law Enforcement Officers’ Perceptions of the Likelihood of Arrest in Various Situational Domestic Violence Cases: The Impact of Personal Characteristics of the Officer and Type of Agency.” Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 22 (2), pp. 91-101.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Marie Griffin. (2008). “Being the Good Soldier:

Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Commitment among Correctional Staff.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 35 (1), pp. 56-68.

Eric Lambert. (2008). “The Impact of Job Involvement on Correctional Staff.” Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, 3 (1), pp. 57-76.

Eric Lambert, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Shanhe Jiang, Jaishankar Karuppannan, and Jagadish Bhimarasetty. (2008). “Death Penalty Views Among College Students in India.” Punishment and Society, 10 (2), pp. 207-218.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, Shanhe Jiang, and David Baker. (2008). “The Impact of Punishment and Rehabilitation Views on Organizational Commitment Among Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study.” American Journal of Criminal Justice 33, (1), pp. 85-98.

Eric Lambert, Kasey Tucker, and David Baker. (2008). “Differences at the Border: Views of Crime, Criminals, Punishment, and Treatment Among Canadian and U.S. College Students.”

The Internet Journal of Criminology, pp. 1-17 at http://www.internetjournalofcriminology.com/.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Bradene Moore, Morris Jenkins, Shanhe Jiang, and Alan Clarke. (2008). “The Death Penalty Attitudes of Criminal Justice Students: Are They Different From Other Students?” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 21 (2), pp. 193-212.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Eugene Paoline, and Michael Stevenson. (2008). “I Want to Know and I Want to be Part of It: The Impact of Instrumental Communication and Integration

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on Private Prison Staff.” Journal of Applied Security Research, 3 (2), pp. 205-229.

John Laux, Paula Dupuy, Jane Cox, Eric Lambert, Lois Ventura, Celia Williamson, and Barbaranne Benjamin. (2008). “The Substance Abuse Counseling Needs of Mothers in the Criminal Justice System.” Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling, 29 (1), pp. 36-48.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shanhe Jiang. (2008). “Exploring Antecedents of the Five Types of Commitment Among Correctional Staff: It Matters What You Measure.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 19 (4), pp. 466-490.

Eric Lambert, Shanhe Jiang, and Nancy Hogan. (2008). “The Issue of Trust in Shaping the Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment of Correctional Staff.” Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, 3 (4), pp. 37-64.

Eric Lambert, David Baker, and Lois Ventura. (2008). “A Preliminary Study of Views Toward the Mentally Ill and the Criminal Justice System: A Survey of College Students.” Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice Research and Education, 2 (1), pp. 1-9.

Eric Lambert and Eugene Paoline. (2008). “The Influence of Demographic Characteristics, Job Characteristics, and Organizational Structure on Correctional Staff Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment.” Criminal Justice Review, 33, (4), pp. 541-564. (Note: Eric Lambert and Eugene Paoline contributed equally to the paper, and, as such, are both considered as first authors on the paper).

Eric Lambert, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Terry Cluse-Tolar, Reva Allen, and Michael Bryant. (2008). “The Impact of Instrumental Communication and Centralization on Social Service and Social Work Employees.” Contemporary Issues in Criminology and the Social Sciences, 2 (3), pp. 54-75.(Note: Eric Lambert and Sudershan Pasupuleti contributed equally to the paper, and, as such, are both considered as first authors on the paper).

Morris Jenkins, Eric Lambert, and David Baker. (2009). “The Views of Black and White College Students Toward Gays and Lesbians.” Journal of Black Studies, 39 (4), pp. 589-613.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2009). “The Importance of Job Satisfaction and

Organizational Commitment in Shaping Turnover Intent: A Test of a Causal Model.” Criminal Justice Review, 34 (1), pp. 96-118.

Shanhe Jiang and Eric Lambert. (2009). “Views of Formal and Informal Crime Control and Their Correlates in China.” International Criminal Justice Review, 15 (1), pp. 5-24.

Sudershan Pasupuleti, Eric Lambert, Shanhe Jiang, Jagadish Bhimarasetty, and K. Jaishankar. (2009). “Crime, Criminals, Treatment, and Punishment: An Exploratory Study of Views among College Students in India and the United States." Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 25 (2), pp. 131-147. (Note: Sudershan Pasupuleti and Eric Lambert contributed equally to the paper, and, as such, are both considered as first authors on the paper).

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O. Oko Elechi, Eric Lambert, Morris Jenkins, and David Baker. (2009). “Crime Views on Two Continents: An Exploratory Study of Views Toward Crime, Criminals, Treatment, and

Punishment of Nigerian and U.S. College Students.” International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 33 (1), pp. 17-36.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2009). “A Test of the Importation and Work Environment Models: The Effects of Work Ethic, Importance of Money, and Management Views on the Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment of Correctional Staff.” Journal of Crime and Justice, 32 (1), pp. 61-92.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton, and O. Oko Elechi. (2009). “The Impact of Job Stress, Job Involvement, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment on Correctional Staff Support for Rehabilitation and Punishment.” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 22 (2), pp. 109-122.

Shanhe Jiang, Eric Lambert, and Vincent Nathan. (2009). “Reasons for Death Penalty Attitudes in China: Retributive or Instrumental.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 37 (3), pp. 225-233.

Sudershan Pasupuleti, Reva Allen, Eric Lambert, and Terry Cluse-Tolar. (2009). “The Impact of Work Stressors on the Life Satisfaction of Social Service Workers: A Preliminary Study.”

Administration in Social Work, 33 (3), pp. 319-339. (Note: Sudershan Pasupuleti, Reva Allen, Eric Lambert, and Terry Cluse-Tolar contributed equally to the paper and are all considered lead authors).

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2009). “Exploring the Predictors of Treatment Views Of Correctional Staff: A Test of an Integrated Work Model.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation,

48 (6), pp. 504-528.

Eric Lambert and Lois Ventura. (2009). “Research Note - The Drug Views of Criminal Justice Majors and Non-Criminal Justice Majors.” Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review, 1 (1), pp. 9-18.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shanhe Jiang, and Morris Jenkins. (2009). “I am Fried: The Issues of Stressors and Burnout Among Correctional Staff.” Corrections Compendium, 34 (2), pp. 16-23.

Mahfuzul Khondaker and Eric Lambert. (2009). “Views Toward Crime, Criminals, Treatment, and Punishment Among Bangladeshi and U.S. College Students.” Asia Pacific Journal Police and Criminal Justice, 7 (1) pp. 1-20.

Eric Lambert, Alan Clarke, Kasey Tucker-Gail, and Nancy Hogan. (2009). “A Multi-Variate Analysis of Reasons for Death Penalty Support Between Men and Women: Empirical Support for Gilligan’s “Ethic of Care.” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 22 (3), pp. 239-260.

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Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2009). “Creating a Positive Workplace Experience: The Issue of Support from Supervisors and Management in Shaping the Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment of Private Correctional Staff.” Journal of Applied Security Research, 4 (4), pp. 462-482.

Nancy Hogan, Eric Lambert, Morris Jenkins, and Daniel Hall. (2009). “The Impact of Job Characteristics on Private Prison Staff: Why Management Should Care.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 34 (3/4), pp. 151-161.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Bradene Moore, Kasey Tucker, Morris Jenkins, Michael

Stevenson, and Shanhe Jiang. (2009). “The Impact of the Work Environment on Prison Staff: The Issue of Consideration, Structure, Job Variety, and Training.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 34 (3/4), pp. 166-180.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Oko Elechi, Shanhe Jiang, John Laux, Paula Dupuy, and Angela Morris. (2009). “A Further Examination of Antecedents of Correctional Staff Life

Satisfaction.” Social Science Journal, 44 (4), pp. 689-706.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Kasey Tucker. (2009). “Problems at Work: Exploring

Correlates of Role Stress Among Correctional Staff.” The Prison Journal, 89 (4), pp.460-481.

Eric Lambert, Morris Jenkins, and Lois Ventura. (2009). “The Impact of Gender, Race, Age, Academic Level, and Political Affiliation on Corporal Punishment Attitudes.” Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, 4 (3/4), pp. 51-67.

Marie Griffin, Nancy Hogan, Eric Lambert, Kasey Tucker, and David Baker. (2010). “The Issue of Job Involvement, Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment in the Burnout of Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Examination.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 37 (2), pp. 239-255. (Note: Marie Griffin, Eric Lambert, and Nancy Hogan contributed equally to the paper, and, as such, all are considered as first authors on the paper).

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shanhe Jiang, O. Oko Elechi, Barbaranne Benjamin, Angela Morris, John Laux, and Paula Dupuy. (2010). “The Relationship Among Distributive and Procedural Justice and Correctional Life Satisfaction, Burnout, and Turnover Intent: An Exploratory Study.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 38 (1), pp. 7-16.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Irshad Altheimer. (2010). “An Exploratory Examination of the Consequences of Burnout in Terms of Life Satisfaction, Turnover Intent, and Absenteeism Among Private Correctional Staff.” The Prison Journal, 90 (1), pp 94-114.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2010). “Work-Family Conflict and Job Burnout among Correctional Staff.” Psychological Reports, 106 (1), pp. 19-26.

Shanhe Jiang, Eric Lambert, and Morris Jenkins. (2010). “East Meets West: An Empirical Comparison of Formal and Informal Crime Control among Chinese and U.S. College Students.”

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International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 54 (2), pp. 264-284.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Irshad Altheimer. (2010). “The Association Between Work-Family Conflict and Job Burnout among Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 35 (1/2), pp. 37-55.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shanhe Jiang. (2010). “A Preliminary Examination of the Relationship Between Organizational Structure and Emotional Burnout Among Correctional Staff. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 49 (2), pp. 125-146.

Eric Lambert and Eugene Paoline. (2010). “Take This Job and Shove It: Turnover Intent Among Jail Staff.” (Note: Eric Lambert and Eugene Paoline contributed equally to the paper, and, as such, are both considered as first authors on the paper). Journal of Criminal Justice, 38, (2), pp. 139-148.

Eric Lambert, O. Oko Elechi, and Shanhe Jiang. (2010). “Formal and Informal Crime Control Views in Nigeria and the United States: An Exploratory Study Among College Students.”

Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 8 (2), pp. 104-126.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2010). “Wanting Change: The Relationship of Perceptions of Innovation With Correctional Staff Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational

Commitment.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 21 (2), pp. 160-184.

Shanhe Jiang, Jin Wang, and Eric Lambert. (2010). “Correlates of Informal Social Control in Guangzhou (China) Neighborhoods.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 38 (4), pp. 460-469.

Eric Lambert, Irshad Altheimer, and Nancy Hogan. (2010). “An Exploratory Examination of a Gendered Model of the Effects of Role Stressors.” Women and Criminal Justice, 20 (3), pp. 193-217.

Eric Lambert, Shanhe Jiang, Mahfuzul Khondaker, O. Oko Elechi, David Baker, and Kasey Tucker. (2010). “Policing Views from Around the Globe: An Exploratory Study of the Views of College Students from Bangladesh, Canada, Nigeria and the United States.” International Criminal Justice Review, 20 (3), pp. 229-247.

Shanhe Jiang, Toyoji Saito, Jin Wang, Eric Lambert, and Becky Pilot. (2010). “Death Penalty Views in China, Japan and the U.S.: An Empirical Comparison.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 38 (5), pp. 862-869.

Eric Lambert, Irshad Altheimer, and Nancy Hogan. (2010). “Exploring the Relationship Between Social Support and Job Burnout Among Correctional Staff: An Exploratory Study.”

Criminal Justice and Behavior, 37 (11), pp. 1217-1236.

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Satisfaction, Turnover Intent, Life Satisfaction, and Burnout among Correctional Staff.”

Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 23 (4), pp. 361-380.

Eric Lambert, Lois Ventura, Kasey Tucker, Morris Jenkins, Michael Stevenson, Kimberly Skinner, and Tricia White. (2010). “Living on the Fringe: An Exploratory Study of the

Punishment and Treatment Views of Jail Detainees and College Students.” Journal of Criminal Justice and Law Review, 2 (1/2) pp. 23-38.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Irshad Altheimer, and Jennifer Wareham. (2010). “The Effects of Different Aspects of Supervision Among Female and Male Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study.” Criminal Justice Review, 35 (4), pp. 492-513.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Irshad Altheimer, Shanhe Jiang, and Michael Stevenson. (2010). “The Relationship Between Burnout and Support for Punishment and Treatment: A Preliminary Examination.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 54 (6), pp. 1004-1022.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Kelly Cheeseman Dial. (2011). “The Effects of Job

Involvement on Private Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study.” Journal of Applied Security Research, 6 (2), pp. 158-183.

Eric Lambert, Irshad Altheimer, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton. (2011). “An Exploratory Study of the Correlates of Correctional Orientation in a Treatment Orientated Prison: A Partial Test of the Person-Environment Fit Theory.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 38 (5), pp. 453-470.

John Laux, Stephanie Clames, Jeffry Moe, Paula Dupuy, Jane Cox, Lois Ventura, Celia Williamson, Barbaranne Benjamin, and Eric Lambert. (2011). “The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Needs of Mothers in the Criminal Justice System.” Journal of Offender

Rehabilitation, 50 (3), pp. 159-173.

Mahfuzul Khondaker, Eric Lambert, and Shanhe Jiang. (2011). “Death Penalty Views In Bangladesh: An Exploratory Study of Capital Punishment Views Among Bangladeshi College Students.” (Note: All the authors contributed equally to the paper, and, as such, all are

considered as first authors on the paper). International Journal of Comparative Criminology and Applied Criminal Justice, 35 (2), pp. 123-140.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa. (2011). “The Association between Perceptions of Distributive Justice and Procedural Justice with Support of Treatment and

Support of Punishment among Correctional Staff.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 50 (4), pp. 202-220.

Yuning Wu, Shanhe Jiang, and Eric Lambert (2011). “Citizen Support for Community Policing in China.” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 34, (2), pp 285-303.

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John Laux, Stephanie Clames, Jeffry Moe, Paula Dupuy, Jane Cox, Lois Ventura, Celia Williamson, Barbaranne Benjamin, and Eric Lambert. (2011). “The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Needs of Mothers in the Criminal Justice System.” The Family Journal, 19 (3), pp. 291-298.

Eric Lambert, Scott Camp, Alan Clarke, and Shanhe Jiang. (2011). "The Impact of Information on Death Penalty Support, Revisited." Crime and Delinquency, 57 (4), pp. 572-599.

Kelly Cheeseman Dial, Bitna Kim, Eric Lambert, and Nancy Hogan. (2011). “These Clients are Criminals: The Effect of Correctional Officer Perceptions of Inmates on Overall Job

Satisfaction.” Journal of Crime and Justice, 34 (2), pp. 81-102.

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2011). “Association between Distributive Justice and Procedural Justice with Life Satisfaction among Correctional Staff.” Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, 6 (3/4), pp. 31-41.

Eric Lambert, Terry Cluse-Tolar, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Michael Prior, and Reva Allen. (2012). “A Test of A Turnover Intent Model Among Social Work Employees.” Administration in Social Work, 36 (1), pp. 67-84. (Please note that all the authors contributed equally to the paper).

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Kelly Cheeseman Dial, Shanhe Jiang, and Mahfuzul Khondaker. (2012). “Is the Job Burning Me Out? An Exploratory Test of the Job Characteristics Model on the Emotional Burnout of Prison Staff. The Prison Journal, 92 (1), pp. 3-23.

Eric Lambert and Eugene Paoline. (2012). “Exploring the Possible Antecedents of Job

Involvement: An Exploratory Study Among Jail Staff.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39 (3), pp. 264-286. (Please note both authors contributed equally to the paper).

Joycelyn Pollock, Nancy Hogan, Eric Lambert, Jeffrey Ross, and Jody Sundt. (2012). “A Utopian Prison: Contradictions in Terms?” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 28 (1), pp 60-76.

Eugene Paoline and Eric Lambert. (2012). “The Issue of Control in Jail: The Effects of

Professionalism, Detainee Control, and Administrative Support on Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment among Jail Staff.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 37 (2), pp. 179-199.

Yuning Wu, Eric Lambert, Brad Smith, Sudershad Pasupuleti, Karuppannan Jaishankar, and Jagadish Bhimarasetty. (2012). “An Exploratory Comparison of the Policing Views of Indian and U.S. College Students. (Note Yuning Wu and Eric Lambert contributed equally to the paper). International Criminal Justice Review, 22 (1), pp.68-82.

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Barton-Bellessa. (2012). “Examining the Effects of Stressors on Organizational Citizenship Behaviors among Private Correctional Staff: A Preliminary Study.” Security Journal , 25 (2), pp. 152-172.

Shanhe Jiang and Eric Lambert. (2012). Introduction: Social Control in Asian Countries.”

Asian Journal of Criminology, 7 (2), pp. 101-105.

Shanhe Jiang, Eric Lambert, Toyoji Saito, and Joseph Hara. (2012). “University Student’s Views of Formal and Informal Control in Japan: An Exploratory Study.” Asian Journal of

Criminology, 7 (2), pp. 137-152.

Eugene Paoline and Eric Lambert. (2012). “Exploring Potential Consequences of Job Involvement Among Jail Staff.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 23 (2), pp. 231-253.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton-Bellessa, and Shanhe Jiang. (2012). “Examining the Relationship between Supervisor Trust and Management Trust and Job Burnout among Correctional Staff.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39 (7), pp. 938-957.

Tasha Perdue, Celia Williamson, Lois Ventura, Tiffany Harrison, LaTasha Osborne, John Laux, Jeff Moe, Paula Dupuy, Barbaranne Benjamin, Eric Lambert, Jane Cox, and Vincent Nathan. (2012). “Offenders Who Are Mothers With and Without Experience in Prostitution: Differences in Historical Trauma, Current Stressors, and Physical and Mental Health Differences.”

Women’s Health Issues, 22 (2), pp. 195-200.

Marie Griffin, Nancy Hogan, and Eric Lambert. (2012). “Doing “People Work” in a Tough Crowd: A Further Examination of the Job Characteristics Model and Correctional Staff Burnout.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39 (9), pp. 1131-1147.

Eric Lambert, Mahfuzul Khondaker, O. Oko Elechi, Shanhe Jiang, and David Baker. (2012). “Formal and Informal Crime Control Views in Bangladesh and the United States.” Journal of Ethnicity and Criminal Justice, 10 (3), pp. 199-222.

Eric Lambert, Karuppannan Jaishankar, Shanhe Jiang, Sudershan Pasupuleti, and Jagadish Bhimarasetty. (2012). “Correlates of Formal and Informal Social Control in India: An Exploratory Study.” Asian Journal of Criminology, 7 (3), pp. 239-250.

Nancy Hogan, Eric Lambert, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa. (2012). “Evaluation of CHANGE, an Involuntary Cognitive Program for High-Risk Inmates.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 51 (6), pp. 370-388.

Eric Lambert, Yuning Wu, O. Oko Elechi, and Shanhe Jiang. (2012). “Correlates of Support for Community-Police Partnership in Policing among Nigerian and US College Students: An

Exploratory Study.” (Note the first three authors contributed equally to the paper and are considered first authors. The order of authorship was random). International Criminal Justice Review, 22 (3), pp. 276-296.

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Eric Lambert, Shanhe Jiang, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Karuppannan Jaishankar, and Jagadish Bhimarasetty. (2012). “Comparing and Contrasting the Formal and Informal Social Control Views of Indian and U.S. College Students: A Preliminary Study.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 56 (8), pp. 1239-1257.

Thomas Kelley and Eric Lambert. (2012). “Mindfulness as Means of Attenuating Anger and Aggression for Prospective Criminal Justice Professionals.” Mindfulness, 3 (4), pp. 261-274.

Brett Garland, Nancy Hogan, Thomas Kelley, Bitna Kim, and Eric Lambert. (2013). “To Be or Not To Be Committed: The Effects of Continuance and Affective Commitment on Absenteeism and Turnover Intent Among Private Prison Personnel.” (Note all the authors contributed to the paper equally and are listed in alphabetical order). Journal of Applied Security Research, 8 (1), pp. 1-23.

Eric Lambert, Thomas Kelley, and Nancy Hogan. (2013). “Hanging on Too Long: The Relationship between Different Forms of Organizational Commitment and Emotional

Exhaustion Burnout among Correctional Staff.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, 38 (1), pp. 51-66.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Kelly Cheeseman Dial, and Shannon Barton-Bellessa. (2013). “The Relationship between Job Stressors and Job Involvement among Correctional Staff: A Test of the Job Demands Model.” Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 52 (1), pp. 19-38.

James Geistman, Brad Smith, Eric Lambert, and Terry Cluse-Tolar. (2013). “What to Do About Stalking: A Preliminary Study of How Stalking Victims Responded to Stalking and Their

Perceptions of the Effectiveness of These Actions. Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 26 (1), pp. 43-66.

Nancy Hogan, Eric Lambert, and Marie Griffin. (2013). “Loyalty, Love, and Investments: The Impact of Job Outcomes on the Organizational Commitment of Correctional Staff.” (Note all the authors contributed to the paper equally and are listed in random order). Criminal Justice and Behavior, 40 (4), pp. 355-375.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Kelly Cheeseman Dial. (2013). “Research Note: The

Relationship Perceptions of Distributive and Procedural Justice with Strain-Based Work-Family Conflict among Correctional Staff.” Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 28 (1), pp. 35-47.

Eric Lambert, Brad Smith, James Geistman, Terry Cluse-Tolar, and Shanhe Jiang. (2013). “Do Men and Women Differ in Their Views on Stalking: An Exploratory Study Among College Students.” Violence and Victims, 28 (2), pp. 195-209.

Bitna Kim, Jurg Gerber, Dan Beto, and Eric Lambert. (2013). “Predictors of Law Enforcement Agencies’ Perceptions of Partnerships with Parole Agencies.” Police Quarterly, 16 (2), pp. 245-269.

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Eric Lambert, O. Oko Elechi, and Yuning Wu. (2013). “An Exploratory Comparison of the Policing Views of Nigerian and U.S. College Students.” International Journal of Police Science and Management, 15 (1), pp. 1-21.

Eric Lambert, Bitna Kim, Thomas Kelley, and Nancy Hogan. (2013). “Research Note - The Effects of Two Types of Organizational Commitment on Correctional Staff Life Satisfaction: A Tale of Two Prisons.” Social Science Journal, 50 (2), pp. 195-203.

Marcos Misis, Bitna Kim, Kelly Cheeseman Dial, Nancy Hogan, and Eric Lambert. (2013). “The Impact of Correctional Officer Perceptions of Inmates on Job Stress.” Sage Open, April/June, pp. 1-13.

Eric Lambert, Thomas Kelley, and Nancy Hogan. (2013). “The Association of Occupational Stressors with Different Forms of Organizational Commitment Among Correctional Staff.”

American Journal of Criminal Justice, 38 (3), pp. 480-501.

Shannon Barton-Bellessa, Nancy Hogan, and Eric Lambert (2013). “Does Involuntary

Treatment Work? A View from Staff and Inmates.” Corrections Today, 75 (3) (July/August) pp. 49-54..

Mahfuzul Khodaker, Eric Lambert, and Yunning Wu. (2013). “Perceptions of the Police in Two Nations: An Exploratory Study of Policing Views among Bangladeshi and U.S. College Students.” (Note all the authors contributed to the paper equally and are listed in alphabetical order). Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 1(2), pp. 33-58.

Brett Garland, Nancy Hogan, and Eric Lambert. (2013). “Antecedents of Role Stress among Correctional Staff: A Replication and Expansion.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 25 (5), pp. 527-550. (Note all the authors contributed to the paper equally and are listed in alphabetical order).

Eric Lambert and Nancy Hogan. (2013). “The Association of Distributive and Procedural Justice with Organizational Citizenship Behavior.” The Prison Journal, 93 (3), pp. 313-334.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Kelly Cheeseman Dial. (2013). “The Link Between

Organizational Justice and Job Involvement: A Test at Two Different Correctional Institutions.”

Corrections Compendium, 37 (2), pp. 9-16.

Eric Lambert, Thomas Kelley, and Nancy Hogan. (2013). “Work-Family Conflict and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors.” Journal of Crime and Justice, 36 (3), pp. 398-417.

Bitna Kim, Adam Matz, Jurg Gerber, Dan Beto, and Eric Lambert. (2013). “Facilitating Police-Probation/Parole Partnerships: An Examination of Police Chiefs’ and Sheriffs’ Attitudes.

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Shanhe Jiang, Eric Lambert, Jianhong Liu, and Toyoji Saito. (2014). “Formal and Informal Control Views in China, Japan, and the U.S.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 42 (1), pp. 36-44.

Eric Lambert, Shanhe Jiang, O. Oko Elechi, Mahfuzul Khondaker, Jin Wang, and David Baker. (2014). “A Preliminary Study of Gender Differences on Death Penalty Views of College

Students from Bangladesh, China, Nigeria, and the United States.” Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 12 (1), pp. 44-68.

Marie Griffin, Nancy Hogan, and Eric Lambert. (2014). “Career Stage Theory and Turnover Intent among Correctional Officers.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 41 (1), pp. 4-19.

Eric Lambert, Yuning Wu, Shanhe Jiang, Karuppannan Jaishankar, Sudershan Pasupuleti, Jagadish Bhimarasetty, and Brad Smith. (2014). “Support for Community Policing in India and the U.S.: An Exploratory Study among College Students.” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 37 (1), pp. 3-29.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Thomas Kelley, Bitna Kim, and Brett Garland. (2014). “When Domains Spill Over: The Relationships of Affective and Continuance Commitment with Work-Family Conflict among Correctional Staff.” Criminal Justice Policy Review, 35 (4), pp. 476-502.

Eric Lambert, Shannon Barton-Bellessa, and Nancy Hogan. (2014). “The Association between Correctional Orientation and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors among Correctional Staff.”

International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 58 (8), pp. 953-974..

Brett Garland, Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, Bitna Kim, and Thomas Kelley. (2014). “A Further Examination of the Relationship between Affective and Continuance Organizational

Commitment with Correctional Staff Occupational Burnout: A Partial Replication and Expansion Study.” (Note Brett Garland, Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Bitna Kim all

contributed to the paper equally and are listed in random order). Criminal Justice and Behavior, 41 (10), pp. 1161-1177.

Bitna Kim, Arizona Wan-Chun Lin, and Eric Lambert. (2014). “Research on Policing in East Asia: A Review of SSCI Policing Specialty Journals.” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 37 (3), pp. 612-629.

Brad Smith, Jennifer Wareham, and Eric Lambert. (2014). “Community and Organizational Influences on Voluntary Turnover in Law Enforcement.” Journal of Crime and Justice, 37 (3), pp. 377-398.

Kevin Minor, James Wells, Eric Lambert, and Peggy Keller. (2014. “Increasing Morale: Personal and Work Environment Antecedents of Job Morale among Staff in Juvenile Corrections.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 41 (11), pp. 1308-1326.

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Brett Garland, Nancy Hogan, Eric Wodahl, Aida Hass, Mary Stohr, and Eric Lambert. (2012). “Closing of the Iron Bar Inn: The Issue of Decarceration and Its Possible Effects on Inmates, Staff, and Communities.” Punishment and Society, 16 (4), pp. 472.

Kevin Minor, James Wells, Eric Lambert, and Nancy Hogan. (2012). “Leave your Job at Work: The Possible Antecedents of Work-Family Conflict among Correctional Staff.” Submitted for review to The Prison Journal on October 15, 2012. (Note all the authors contributed to the paper equally and are listed in random order). Accepted with revisions on March 19, 2013. Revised paper submitted on June 11, 2013. Accepted June 12, 2013.

Eric Lambert, Marie Griffin, Nancy Hogan, and Thomas Kelley. (2012). “The Ties that Bind: Organizational Commitment and Its Affect on Correctional Orientation, Absenteeism, and Turnover Intent.” Submitted for review to The Prison Journal on February 4, 2012. Accepted with revisions on March 19, 2013. Accepted on June 11, 2013.

Eric Lambert, David Baker, Oko Elechi, Shanhe Jiang, Mahfuzul Khondaker, Sudershan Pasupuleti, and Nancy Hogan. (2012). “Gender and Cultural Differences on Death Penalty Support and Views Among Indian and U.S. College Students.” Submitted for review to the

Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice on December 5, 2012. Revise and resubmit decision on February 12, 2013. Revised paper returned on March 15, 2013. Accepted with minor revisions on June 10, 2013. Revised paper returned on June 11, 2013. Accepted on June 21, 2013.

Jennifer Wareham, Brad Smith, and Eric Lambert. (2013). “Rates and Patterns of Law Enforcement Turnover: A Research Note.” Submitted for review to Criminal Justice Policy Review on September 9, 2013. Revise and resubmit decision on October 18, 2013. Revised paper returned October 31, 2013. Accepted on December 23, 2013.

Eric Lambert, Bitna Kim, Nancy Hogan, Thomas Kelley, and Brett Garland. (2012). “Why I Am Here Matters: The Effects of Continuance and Affective Commitment on Organizational Citizenship Among Private Prison Staff.” Submitted for review to Security Journal on

September 15, 2013. Revise and resubmit decision on March 13, 2014. Revised paper returned on April 11, 2014. Accepted on May 16, 2014.

Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Linda Keena. (2014). “The Impact of Job Attitudes on Private Correctional Staff’s Continuance and Affective Organizational Commitment.” Submitted to

Journal of Applied Security Research on May 29, 2014. Accepted on July 7, 2014.

Eugene Paoline, Eric Lambert, and Nancy Hogan. (2014). “Job Stress and Job Satisfaction among Jail Staff: Exploring a Gendered Model.” Submitted to Women and Criminal Justice on March 19, 2014. Revise and resubmit decision on June 23, 2014. Accepted on July 21, 2014.

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Mahfuzul Khondaker, Yuning Wu, and Eric Lambert. (2014). “Bangladeshi Immigrants’

Willingness to Report Crime in New York City.” Submitted to Police and Society on September 28, 2014.

Eric Lambert, Hanif Qureshi, Charles Klahm, Brad Smith, and James Frank. (2014).

“Organizational Structure and Work Attitudes Among Indian Police Officers.” Submitted to

International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice on September 8, 2014. Revise and resubmit decision on November 7, 2014.

Mahfuzul Khondaker, Yuning Wu, and Eric Lambert. (2014). “The Views of Bangladeshi Immigrants of the U.S. Police. Submitted to Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management on August 30, 2014.

Eric Lambert, Hanif Qureshi, Nancy Hogan, Charles Klahm, Brad Smith, and James Frank. (2014). “The Association of Job Variables with Job Involvement, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment among Indian Police Officers.” Submitted to International Criminal Justice Review on November 15, 2014.

O. Oko Elechi, Eric Lambert, and Morris Jenkins. (2014). “A Study of Nigerian and U.S. College Students’ Views on Justice Issues.” Submitted to the African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies on July 31, 2014.

Marie Griffin, Eric Lambert, Nancy Hogan, and Natalie Todak. (2014). “A Gendered Career Stage Model to Explore Turnover Intent among Correctional Officers.” Submitted to Women and Criminal Justice on May 23, 2014. Revise and resubmit decision on August 4, 2014.

Thomas Kelley, Jack Pransky, and Eric Lambert. (2014). “Understanding Fundamental Causal Principles and Optimal Mental Health: will Positive Psychology Listen?” Submitted to The Journal of Positive Psychology on April 26, 2014.

Eric Lambert, Shannon Barton-Bellessa, and Nancy Hogan. (2014). “The Consequences of Emotional Burnout among Correctional Staff.” Submitted to Sage Open on August 15, 2014.

Thomas Kelley, Jack Pransky, and Eric Lambert. (2013). “A Path from Understanding Three Psychospiritual Principles to Improved Mental Health.” Submitted to Journal of Creativity in Mental Health on June 9, 2014. Rejected on October 11, 2014.

Thomas Kelley, Jack Pransky, and Eric Lambert. (2013). “Realizing Mindfulness, Flow and Mental Health through Three Psychospiritual Principles.” Submitted to the Spirituality in Clinical Practice on June 3, 2014.

Nancy Hogan, Shannon Barton-Bellessa, and Eric Lambert. (2012). “Forced to CHANGE: Staff and Inmate Perceptions of Involuntary Treatment and Its Effects.” Submitted for review to

Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology on March 18, 2013. Rejected. In the process of new data being added and the paper being rewritten.

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