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Nancy Wolff

Research by Wolff, Aizpurua, Peng: Reducing the Methodological Heterogeneity (“Noise”) in the Literature Predicting In-Prison Interpersonal Harm in Male Populations

The dynamic literature on in-prison interpersonal harm includes both parts of the public health approach but theoretical and methodological “noise” in this literature limits its instrumental utility to build effective prevention strategies. Multilevel logistic regression was used to predict four types of interpersonal harm using theoretically grounded individual and prison-level covariates that are supported by the empirical literature.

Professor Wolff receives Rutgers Presidential Public Service Award

Nancy Wolff, Professor and Director of the Bloustein Center for Survey Research, has been selected to receive the Rutgers College Class of '62 Presidential Public Service Award. The award honors members of the faculty, student body, or staff for volunteer service to...

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