School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
(845) 575-3000 ext. 2366
Dr. Molly Buchanan
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
PhD, Criminology, Law and Society, University of Florida
MS, Criminal Justice, Northeastern University
BA, Psychology magna cum laude, Framingham State University
Research Interests / Areas of Focus
Developmental, life-course criminology, Evidence-based practices, Juvenile delinquency and gangs, Intergenerational risk and protective factors, and Quantitative methodologies
Buchanan, M., Simonsen, E. T., & Krohn, M. D. (2018). Developmental and life-course perspectives on gangs. In H. Pontell (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press
Kobayashi, E., Farrington D. P., & Buchanan, M. (2018). Peer reactions, peer behavior, student attitudes, and student deviance: A comparison of college students in Japan and the USA. Asian Journal of Criminology, doi: 10.1007/s11417-018-9276-y.
Fagan, A., & Buchanan, M. (2016). What works in crime prevention? A comparison and critical review of three crime prevention registries. Criminology & Public Policy, 15(3), 617-649.
Buchanan, M., & Krohn, M. D. (November 2018). Does it matter if those who matter don't mind?: Testing the differential effects of gang versus delinquent peer group membership on labeling processes, American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA
Buchanan, M., Brown, T., Hughes, M., & Baldwin, J. (September 2018). The ‘turf’ is always greener: Rural gang members’ perceptions of self, gangs, and community before, during and after gang involvement, Southern Criminal Justice Association, Pensacola, FL