Clinkinbeard, S. S., Rief, R. M., Solomon, S. J. Why did you join the force? Motives and fears of men and women police officers. Advance Online Publication. Criminal Justice & Behavior.


Clinkinbeard, S. S., Solomon, S. J., & Rief, R. M. Who dreams of badges? Gendered self-concept and policing career aspirations. Feminist Criminology, 15(5), 567-592.


Rief, R. M. & Clinkinbeard, S. S. (2020). Exploring gendered environments in policing: Workplace incivilities and fit perceptions in men and women officers. Police Quarterly, 23(4), 427-450.


Rhodes, T. & Clinkinbeard, S. S. Not “that kind of cop”: Exploring how officers adapt approaches, attitudes, and self-concepts in school setting. Justice Quarterly, 37(2), 258-280.


Wylie, L. E., Clinkinbeard, S. S., & Hobbs, A. The application of risk-needs programming in a juvenile diversion program. Criminal Justice & Behavior, 46(8), 1128-1147.


Clinkinbeard, S. S. Barnum, T. C., & Rhodes, T. N. The other side of the coin: Exploring the effects of adolescent delinquency on young adult self-control. Journal of Criminal Justice, 56, 86-97.


Clinkinbeard, S. S. & Barnum, T. C. Gendered self-concepts and drinking behavior in a national sample of emerging adults. Feminist Criminology, 12(2), 145-170. **Honorable Mention, 2017 Feminist Criminology Best Article Award, ASC Division of Women and Crime


Anderson, A. L. Clinkinbeard, S. S., Barnum, T. C. & Augustyn, R. Examining behaviors using respondents’ cell phones and a burst design: Drinking and activities across the first year of college among transitioning freshman. Journal of Developmental and Life Course Criminology, 2(1), 64-84.


Evans, M. K., Clinkinbeard, S. S., & Simi, P. Learning disabilities and delinquent behaviors among adolescents: A comparison of those with and without comorbidity. Deviant Behavior, 36(3), 200-220.


Clinkinbeard, S. S. What lies ahead: An exploration of future orientation, self-control, and delinquency. Criminal Justice Review, 39(1), 19-36.  


Clinkinbeard, S. S., & Rhodes, T. Social ties, propensity, friend behavior, and heavy drinking among college students. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 23(6), 362-374.