Journal of Experimental Criminology
The Journal of Experimental Criminology focuses on high quality experimental and quasi-experimental research in the development of evidence based crime and justice policy. The journal is committed to the advancement of the science of systematic reviews and experimental methods in criminology and criminal justice. The journal publishes empirical papers, reviews of substantive criminal justice problems, and methodological papers on experimentation and systematic review. Coverage ranges across the broad array of scientific disciplines that are concerned with crime and justice problems.
Ranked 18/253 in Law in the 2010 SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR)
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Evidence comes by replication, but needs differentiation: the reproducibility issue in science and its relevance for criminology
Friedrich Lösel (August 2017)
Challenging the ‘invariance’ thesis: procedural justice policing and the moderating influence of trust on citizens’ obligation to obey police
Kristina Murphy (July 2017)
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- Journal of Experimental Criminology
- Volume 1 / 2005 - Volume 13 / 2017
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- Springer Netherlands
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