Student (1st-author) Manuscripts & Conference Presentations
(**undergraduate** / *graduate denotes student)
*Beltrani, A., Kang, T., Lee, A., McGrath, R., & Prentky, R. A. (accepted). A classification system to guide treatment needs for juveniles who have engaged in abusive sexual behavior. Criminal Justice and Behavior.
*Adair, R., Kang, T., Eno Louden, J., & Perez, E. (2023). Pathways to crime: The voices of Latina women living on the U.S.-Mexico Border. Psychology, Crime, & Law. https://doi.org/10.1080/1068316X.2023.2213383
*Nation, R. & Kang T. (2023, March). Rural Residents’ Beliefs on Gun Control, the Relationship between Gun Violence & Mental Illness, & the Unique Pathway that Led to their Opinion: A Mixed Methods Approach. Data Blitz presented at the annual conference of American Psychology-Law Society (Philadelphia, PA).
*Kuzmckus, D. & Kang, T. (2023, March). Impact depends on reach: Exploration of rural residents' misperceptions regarding justice-involved individuals with a mental illness. Poster presented at the International Convention of Psychological Science (Brussels, Belgium).
*Beltrani, A., Kang, T., *Galeza, E., *Nation, R., McGrath, R., Lee, A., & Prentky, R. A. (2022, March). Taxonomic differences among juvenile sex offenders. Paper presented at the annual conference of American Psychology-Law Society (Denver, Colorado).
*Akamani, B., **Pinkston, K., & Kang, T. (2021, March). With understanding comes change: Examination of rural residents’ attitudes and beliefs towards offenders with a mental disorder and sex offenders. Poster presented at the annual conference of American Psychology-Law Society (Virtual).