Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Welsh, B.C., Zane, S.N., Zimmerman, G.M., & Yohros, A. (2019). Association of a crime prevention program for boys with mortality 72 years after the intervention: A follow-up of a randomized clinical trial. JAMA Network Open, 2(3), e190782.
Welsh, B.C., Dill, N.E., & Zane, S.N. (2019). The first delinquency prevention experiment: A socio-historical review of the origins of the Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study’s research design. Journal of Experimental Criminology. DOI: 10.1007/s11292-018-9323-9.
Zane, S.N., Welsh, B.C., & Zimmerman, G.M. (2019). Criminal offending and mortality over the full life-course: A 70-year follow-up of the Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. DOI: 10.1007/s10940-018-9399-4.
Tremblay, R.E., Welsh, B.C., & Sayre-McCord, G. (2019). Crime and the life-course, prevention, experiments, and truth seeking: Joan McCord’s pioneering contributions to criminology. Annual Review of Criminology, 1-20.
Welsh, B.C., Zane, S.N., & Rocque, M. (2017). Delinquency prevention for individual change: Richard Clarke Cabot and the making of the Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study. Journal of Criminal Justice, 52, 79-89.
Zane, S.N., Welsh, B.C., & Zimmerman, G.M. (2017). Examining the historical developments and contemporary relevance of the longitudinal-experimental design of the Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study: Utility for research on intergenerational transmission of offending. Adolescent Research Review, 2, 99-111.
Zane, S.N., Welsh, B.C., & Zimmerman, G.M. (2016). Examining the iatrogenic effects of the Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study: Existing explanations and new appraisals. British Journal of Criminology, 56, 141-160.
Welsh, B.C., & Zimmerman, G.M. (2015). Who cares about a delinquency prevention experiment of Boston boys born in the 1920s and 1930s? The need for long-term follow-ups in criminology. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 25, 331-337.
Welsh, B.C., Zane, S.N., & Wexler, A.B. (2018). The Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study and intergenerational transmission of criminal offending: Key findings and planning for the next generation. In V.I. Eichelsheim & S.G.A. van de Weijer (Eds.), Intergenerational Continuity of Criminal and Antisocial Behaviour: An International Overview of Studies (pp. 260-275). London: Routledge.
Welsh, B.C. (2017). The Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study: Some contributions to criminological theory, experimentation, and history. In C.C.J.H. Bijleveld & P.H. van der Laan (Eds.), Liber Amicorum Gerben Bruinsma (pp. 356-359). The Hague: Boom Criminologie.
Welsh, B.C. (2017). When juvenile diversion meets delinquency prevention. Discussant paper presented at Reducing Justice System Inequality conference, Princeton University, March 30-31, 2017.
Welsh, B.C. (2016). Who cares about a delinquency prevention experiment of Boston boys born in the 1920s and 1930s? Paper presented at School of Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany, Albany, NY, April 15, 2016.
Welsh, B.C. (2016). The Cambridge-Somerville Youth Study: Planning for research on the intergenerational transmission of offending. Paper presented at International Symposium on Multigenerational Datasets for Studying Intergenerational Transmission of (Delinquency and Antisocial) Behavior, Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 17-18, 2016.