Journals - School of Math and Science

Copenhaver and Schwendau

    Denney, A. S., Copenhaver, A., and Schwendau, A. (2019). Predicting Health and Wellness Outcomes for Probation and Parole Officers: An Exploratory Study. Criminal Justice Policy Review. Retrieved from

    Copenhaver, A., & Schwendau, A. (2020) Exploring the black box of the Criminal Justice

    Studies manuscript review process. Paper presentation at the Annual Academy of

    Criminal Justice Sciences Meeting (San Antonio, TX, March 24-28, 2020). *Cancelled due to Corona Virus (COVID-19).

    Ferguson, C.J., Copenhaver, A., & Markey, P. Re-examining the findings of the APA’s 2015 Task Force on Violent Media: A meta-analysis. (Forthcoming). Perspectives on Psychological Science.

    Copenhaver, A., Denney, A. and Rapp, V. (2020). Police cadet general and interactional knowledge of persons with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Policing: An International Journal, 43(2), 345-359.

    Denney, A.S., Copenhaver, A., & Schwendau, A. (2019). Predicting health and wellness outcomes for probation and parole officers: An exploratory study. Criminal Justice Policy Review.

    Block, M., Swartz, K., & Copenhaver, A. (2019). Pick your poison: Examining adolescent substance use through opportunity theory. Deviant Behavior, 40(3), 402-416.

    Copenhaver, A., & Tewksbury, R. (2019). Interactions between Autistic individuals and law enforcement: A mixed-methods exploratory study. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 44(2), 309-333.

    Copenhaver, A., & Tewksbury, R. (2018). Predicting state police officer alcohol consumption and use of tobacco. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 20(3), 207-216.

    Copenhaver, A., & Tewksbury, R. (2018). Predicting state police officer willingness to seek professional help for depression. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, 19(1), 60-74.

    Copenhaver, A., & Ferguson, C.J. (2018). Selling violent video game solutions: A look inside the APA's internal notes leading to the creation of the APA's 2005 Resolution on Violence in Video Games and Interactive Media. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 57(March-April), 77-84.

    Copenhaver, A., Mitrofan, O., & Ferguson, C.J. (2017.) For video games, bad news is good news: News reporting of violent video game studies. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 20(12), 735-739. doi: 10.1089/cyber.2017.0364.

    Copenhaver, A., Schwendau, A., & Tewksbury, R. (2017). Southern legislative candidates’ expressions of support for criminal justice issues: The internet and politics. Critical Issues in Criminal Justice & Politics, 10(1), 97-112.

    Tewksbury, R., & Copenhaver, A. (2016). How cops see themselves: Self regard and physical confidence. International Journal of Police Science & Management, 18(4), 273-280.

    Tewksbury, R., & Copenhaver, A. (2015). State police officer sleep patterns and fast food consumption. International Journal of Police Science & Management, 17(4), 230-236.

    Copenhaver, A. (2015). Violent video game legislation as pseudo-agenda. Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society, 28(2), 170-185.

    Konty, M. & Copenhaver, A. (2009). Cultural value orientations and lethal violence. International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, 46(2), 131-147.

    This one is still under review

      Copenhaver, A., Schwendau, A., Evans, M., & Rich, E. Exploring the Black Box of the Criminal Justice Studies Journal Manuscript Review Process. Under review at Journal of Criminal Justice Education.


    Copenhaver, A. (2019). Violent video games as scapegoat after school shootings in the United States. In G.A. Crews & C.E. Burton (Eds.), Handbook of research on mass shootings and multiple victim violence. IGI Global.

    Also, we were supposed to present at ACJS conference in the Spring.

Dr. Terry Swan

    Preaching Art and Unction
    by Terry Swan, Curtis Lee, Jr., and John Hatton
    Proverb Press, 2020.