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Professor Brandon Welsh’s Publications Accepted in Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

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03/21/19 - BOSTON, MA. - Brandon Welsh, who has a forthcoming research paper in which he provides an update on a study looking at juvenile delinquency prevention, poses for a portrait on March 21, 2019. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University

Brandon Welsh, professor of criminology and criminal justice at Northeastern, published two articles in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine alongside co-authors Steven Zane, assistant professor of criminology and criminal justice at Florida State University, and Scott Podolsky, professor of the history of medicine at Harvard Medical School.

  1. Richard Cabot, pair-matched random allocation, and the attempt to compare like with like in the social sciences and medicine. Part 1: the context of the social sciences
  2. Richard Cabot, pair-matched random allocation, and the attempt to compare like with like in the social sciences and medicine. Part 2: the context of medicine and public health

The articles expand on the research of the Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study, a delinquency prevention experiment embedded in a prospective longitudinal survey of the development of offending. These new articles explore the history of the study’s evaluation design and its influences from medicine and the social sciences.

Congratulations to Professor Brandon Welsh!

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