Social Enterprises


Publications and Links to Abstracts

Sperber, K.G. (2019). Treatment Dosage and Treatment Effectiveness. In R.D. Morgan (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Criminal Psychology (pp. 1579-1581). doi: 10.4135/9781483392240.n511.

Rhodes, S.D., Alonzo, J., Mann-Jackson, L., Tanner, A.E., Vissman A.T., Martinez, O., Rodriguez-Celedon, R., Garcia J.M., Arellano J.E., Song E.Y., Eng E., Reboussin B.A. (2018). Selling the product: Strategies to increase recruitment and retention of Spanish-speaking Latinos into biomedical research. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science. Jun;2(3):147-155. doi: 10.1017/cts.2018.314.

Rhodes, S.D., Tanner, A.E., Mann-Jackson, L., Alonzo, J., Simán, F.M., Song, E.Y., Bell, J., Irby, M.B., Vissman, A.T., Aronson, R.E. (2018). Promoting community and population health in public health and medicine: A stepwise guide to initiating and conducting community-engaged research. Journal of health Disparities Research and Practice. 11(3).

Topmiller, M.T., Mallow, P.J., Vissman, A.T., Grandmont, J. (2018). Identifying Priority Areas for Increasing the Supply of Medication-Assisted Treatments for Opioid Use Disorder: A Geospatial Approach. Journal of Health Economics and Outcomes Research. 6(1):75-83.

Rhodes, S.D., Tanner, A.E., Mann-Jackson, L., Alonzo, J., Horridge, D.N., Van Dam, C.N., Trent A, Bell J, Simán FM, Vissman AT, Nall J, Andrade M. (2018). Community-Engaged Research as an Approach to Expedite Advances in HIV Prevention, Care, and Treatment: A Call to Action. AIDS Education and Prevention. 30(3):243-253. doi: 10.1521/aeap.2018.30.3.243

Rhodes, S.D., Mann-Jackson, L., Alonzo, J., Simán, F.M., Vissman, A.T., Nall, J., Tanner, A.E. (2017). Engaged for Change: A Community-Engaged Process for Developing Interventions to Reduce Health Disparities. AIDS Education and Prevention. 29(6) 491-502. doi: 10.1521/aeap.2017.29.6.491.

Sperber, K. G., Makarios, M. D., & Latessa, E. L. (2018). Exploring the risk-dosage relationship in offenders classified as neuroticJournal of Community Corrections, 27, 9-13(5).

Sperber, K. G., & Lowenkamp, C. T. (2017). Dosage is more than just counting program hours: The importance of role-playing in treatment outcomesJournal of Offender Rehabilitation, 56, 433-451.

Makarios, M. D., Sperber, K. G., & Latessa, E. J. (2014). "Treatment Dosage and the Risk Principle: A Refinement and Extension." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 53, 334-350.

Sperber, K. G., Latessa, E. J., & Makarios, M. D. (2013). "Establishing a risk-dosage research agenda: Implications for policy and practice." Justice Research and Policy, 15,123-141.

Sperber, K. G., Latessa, E. J., & Makarios, M. D. (2013). "Examining the interaction between level of risk and dosage of treatment." Criminal Justice and Behavior, 40, 338-348.

Sperber, K. G., Lowenkamp, C. T., Carter, D., & Allman, R. (2010). "A sheep in wolf’s clothing or a wolf in sheep’s clothing? Sex offender registration and the role of science." Criminal Justice Policy Review, 21, 500-519.

Listwan, S. J., K. G. Sperber, L. M. Spruance, and P. Van Voorhis (2004). “High Anxiety Offenders in Correctional Settings: It’s Time for Another Look.” Federal Probation, 68(1):43-50.

Mabry, A., K. G. Sperber, and H. A. Atkins (2003). “Putting an Outcomes Based Quality Improvement Process in Place.” The ICCA Journal Of Community Corrections, 13(1):15-17.

Sperber, K. G., M. Henderson-Hurley, and D. Hanley (2005). “Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice: A Call to Action.” Federal Probation, .69(1):3-6.

Sperber, K.G., (2004). “The Challenges of Healthcare in Community Corrections: Working Toward Solutions.” Corrections Today, 66(6):96-98.

Sperber, K. G. (2003) “Potential Applications Of An Existing Offender Typology To Child Molesting Behaviors.” Dissertation, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Van Voorhis, P., L. Spruance, J. Sutherland, S. Johnson-Listwan, and K. G. Sperber (2003). “The Need to Develop Intermediate Outcome Measures.” The ICCA Journal On Community Corrections, Monograph 5.

Van Voorhis, P. and K. G. Sperber. (1999) “When Programs ‘Don’t Work’ With Everyone: Planning for Differences Among Correctional Clients.” Corrections Today, 61(1):38-42.


Annual Reports


Additional Links

The Corrections Institute of the University of Cincinnati, UCCI Newsletter, Winter 2016

The Role of Practitioner Driven Research, OCCA Newsletter, Autumn 2014 (pages 6-7)