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William R Smith
William R Smith
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Furthering the integration of routine activity and social disorganization theories: Small units of analysis and the study of street robbery as a diffusion process
WR Smith, SG Frazee, EL Davison
Criminology 38 (2), 489-524, 2000
5352000
Gender differences in risk perception and neutralizing fear of crime: Toward resolving the paradoxes
WR Smith, M Torstensson
The British Journal of Criminology 37 (4), 608-634, 1997
3551997
Driving while black: Bias processes and racial disparity in police stops
P Warren, D Tomaskovic‐Devey, W Smith, M Zingraff, M Mason
Criminology 44 (3), 709-738, 2006
2652006
Park-based physical activity among children and adolescents
MF Floyd, JN Bocarro, WR Smith, PK Baran, RC Moore, NG Cosco, ...
American journal of preventive medicine 41 (3), 258-265, 2011
2442011
Park use among youth and adults: examination of individual, social, and urban form factors
PK Baran, WR Smith, RC Moore, MF Floyd, JN Bocarro, NG Cosco, ...
Environment and Behavior 46 (6), 768-800, 2014
1702014
Constructing actuarial devices for predicting recidivism: A comparison of methods
E Silver, WR Smith, S Banks
Criminal Justice and behavior 27 (6), 733-764, 2000
1282000
Evaluating North Carolina state highway patrol data: Citations, warnings, and searches in 1998
MT Zingraff, HM Mason, WR Smith, D Tomaskovic-Devey, P Warren, ...
report submitted to North Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public …, 2000
922000
Exploring perceived restoration potential of urban green enclosure through immersive virtual environments
P Tabrizian, PK Baran, WR Smith, RK Meentemeyer
Journal of Environmental Psychology 55, 99-109, 2018
782018
Childcare outdoor renovation as a built environment health promotion strategy: evaluating the preventing obesity by design intervention
NG Cosco, RC Moore, WR Smith
American Journal of Health Promotion 28 (3_suppl), S27-S32, 2014
712014
Perceived risk and fear of crime: Gender differences in contextual sensitivity
WR Smith, M Torstensson, K Johansson
International Review of Victimology 8 (2), 159-181, 2001
712001
Paroling authorities: Recent history and current practice
EE Rhine, WR Smith, RW Jackson, PB Burke, R LaBelle
American Correctional Association, 1991
571991
Increasing physical activity in childcare outdoor learning environments: the effect of setting adjacency relative to other built environment and social factors
WR Smith, R Moore, N Cosco, J Wesoloski, T Danninger, DS Ward, ...
Environment and behavior 48 (4), 550-578, 2016
532016
Peer Reviewed: Social and Environmental Factors Related to Boys’ and Girls’ Park-Based Physical Activity
JN Bocarro, MF Floyd, WR Smith, MB Edwards, CL Schultz, P Baran, ...
Preventing chronic disease 12, 2015
512015
North Carolina Highway Traffic Study
WR Smith, D Tomaskovic-Devey, M Zingraff, MH Marcinda, PY Warren
472004
Patterns of delinquent careers: An assessment of three perspectives
DR Smith, WR Smith
Social science research 13 (2), 129-158, 1984
471984
The North Carolina highway traffic study: Final report
WR Smith, D Tomaskovic-Devey, MT Zingraff, HM Mason, PY Warren, ...
Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, 2003
422003
The effects of base rate and cutoff point choice on commonly used measures of association and accuracy in recidivism research
WR Smith
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 12 (1), 83-111, 1996
411996
Delinquent career-lines: A conceptual link between theory and juvenile offenses
DR Smith, WR Smith, E Noma
The Sociological Quarterly 25 (2), 155-172, 1984
351984
The space syntax and crime: evidence from a suburban community
PK Baran, WR Smith, U Toker
Proceedings of 6th International Space Syntax Symposium, Istanbul, 119, 2007
322007
Adaptation of the System for Observing Physical Activity and Recreation in Communities (SOPARC) to assess age groupings of children
JN Bocarro, M Floyd, R Moore, P Baran, T Danninger, W Smith, N Cosco
Journal of physical activity and health 6 (6), 699-707, 2009
312009
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