Ph.D., University of Arizona (Psychology), 1998
M.A., University of Arizona (Psychology), 1997
J.D., University of Buffalo, 1983
B.A., State University of New York Binghamton (Psychology), 1978
Crime & personality
Adolescent risk behaviors
Genetic and environmental risk factors for low self-control
Self-narrative, self-identity, and college performance
Facilitating synergy: The heart of criminal justice
Cleveland, H.H., & Wiebe, R.P. (2003). "The moderation of adolescent to peer similarity in tobacco and alcohol use by school levels of substance use." Child Development, 74(1), pp. 279-291. doi: 10.1111/1467-8624.00535
Cleveland, H.H., & Wiebe, R.P. (2003). "The moderation of genetic and shared environmental influences on adolescent drinking by levels of parental drinking." Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 64(2), pp. 182-194. doi: 10.15288/jsa.2003.64.182
Cleveland, H.H., & Wiebe, R.P. (2008). "Understanding the progression from adolescent marijuana use to young adult serious drug use: Gateway effect or developmental trajectory?" Development and Psychopathology, 20(2), pp. 615-632. doi: 10.1017/S0954579408000308
Cleveland, H.H. et al. (2000). "Behavior problems among children from different family structures: The influence of genetic self-selection." Child Development, 71(3), pp. 733-751. doi: 10.1111/1467-8624.00182
Cleveland, H.H. et al. (2005). "Sources of adolescent exposure to tobacco- and alcohol-using friends: A behavioral genetic evaluation." Journal of Genetic Psychology, 66, pp. 153-170.
Cleveland, H.H. et al. (2006). "Does the relationship between impulsivity and delinquency vary by neighborhood disadvantage?" Criminal Justice & Behavior, 33(4), pp. 511-541. doi: 10.1177/0093854806287318
Grahe, J.E. et al. (2012). "Harnessing the potential of undergraduate research: An example examining emerging adulthood and political decisions." Perspectives in Psychological Science, 7(6), pp. 605-607. doi: 10.1177/1745691612459057
Wiebe, R.P. (2003). "Reconciling psychopathy and low self-control." Justice Quarterly, 20(2), pp. 297-336. doi: 10.1080/07418820300095541
Wiebe, R.P. (2004). "Book review essay: Biology and behavior." Criminal Justice Review, 29, pp. 196-205.
Wiebe, R.P. (2004). "Delinquent behavior and the Five-Factor Model: Hiding in the adaptive landscape?" Individual Differences Research, 2(1), pp. 38-62.
Wiebe, R.P. (2004). "Expanding the model of human nature underlying the General Theory of Crime: Implications for the constructs of self-control and opportunity." Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 37(1), pp. 65-84. doi: 10.1375/acri.37.1.65
Wiebe, R.P. (2004). "Psychopathy and sexual coercion: A Darwinian analysis." Counseling and Clinical Psychology Journal, 1(1), pp. 23-41.
Wiebe, R.P. (2006). "Using an expanded measure of self-control to predict delinquency." Psychology, Crime & Law, 12(5), pp. 519-536. doi: 10.1080/10683160500254953
Wiebe, R.P. (2012). "Integrating criminology through adaptive strategy and life history theory." Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 28(3), pp. 346-365. doi: 10.1177/1043986212450231
Cleveland, H.H. et al. (2010). "Facilitating identity development in college recovery: An Eriksonian perspective." In H. H. Cleveland, K. S. Harris, & R. P. Wiebe (Eds.), Substance abuse recovery in college: Community supported abstinence (pp. 23-35). Springer.
Cleveland, H.H. et al. (2010). "Maintaining abstinence in college: Temptations and tactics." In H. H. Cleveland, K. S. Harris, & R. P. Wiebe (Eds.), Substance abuse recovery in college: Community supported abstinence (pp. 57-75). Springer.
Cleveland, H.H. et al. (2010). "The need for college recovery services." In H. H. Cleveland, K. S. Harris, & R. P. Wiebe (Eds.), Substance abuse recovery in college: Community supported abstinence (pp. 1-8). Springer.
Wiebe, R.P. (2009). "Psychopathy." In A. Walsh and K. M. Beaver (Eds.), Biosocial criminology: New directions in theory and research (pp. 225-242). Routledge.
Wiebe, R.P. (2011). "The nature and utility of low self-control." In K. M. Beaver & A. Walsh (Eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to Biosocial Theories of Crime (pp. 369-395). Ashgate.
ASC - American Society of Criminology
SRCD - Society for Research in Child Development