Criminology and Criminal Justice

Lee Slocum, Associate Professor

 

Photo of Lee Ann SlocumLee received her Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland in 2007. Her research focuses on intra-individual change and stability in offending and substance use over time, with a specific emphasis on understanding the role of stressors in the process. She is also interested in the study of person-environment interactions and selection processes, intergenerational patterns of antisocial behavior, and research methodology.

Areas of Specialization

Quantitative methods
Criminological theory

Contact
340A Lucas Hall
Phone: (314) 516 4072
Fax: (314) 516 5048
Email: slocuml@umsl.edu

Dr. Slocum's CV

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