2018 Wendy Regoeczi and Dana J Hubbard, ¿The Impact of Specialized Domestic Violence Caseloads.¿ American Journal of Criminal Justice. In Press

2017 Dana J. Hubbard
¿Emerging Correctional Interventions for Women Offenders in the United States.¿ In, Transforming Environments: Harnessing Contextual Factors in the Rehabilitation of Offenders, Wiley Pub.

2017 Dana J. Hubbard
¿Race, Class, Gender and Crime¿ In The American Middle Class: An Economic Encyclopedia of Progress and Poverty

2010 Dana J. Hubbard.
¿A Review of McCorkle¿s ¿Embodied Surveillance in Women¿s Prison¿s¿ Theory.¿ In Cullen, FT and P. Wilcox¿s Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory. Sage.

2009 Christopher Lowenkamp, Dana J. Hubbard, and Edward J. Latessa.
¿A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of Thinking for a Change.¿  Criminal Justice and Behavior. 32(2): 137-146.

2009 Dana J. Hubbard and Jennifer Pealer.
¿The Importance of Responsivity Factors in Predicting Reductions in Antisocial Attitudes and Cognitive Distortions Among Adult Male Offenders.¿  The Prison Journal. 89(1): 79-99.

2008 Betsy Matthews and Dana Jones Hubbard ¿Moving Ahead: Five Essential Elements For Working Effectively With Girls.¿  Journal of Criminal Justice. 36: 494-502.

2008 Dana Jones Hubbard and Betsy Matthews.
¿Reconciling the Differences between the ¿What Works¿ and the ¿Gender-Responsive¿ Literatures to Improve Services for Girls.¿ Crime and Delinquency. 54(2).

2007 Betsy Matthews and Dana Jones Hubbard.
¿The Helping Alliance in Juvenile Probation: The Missing Element in the ¿What Works¿ Literature.¿ Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 45(1/2):105-122.

Reprinted in Phillips (2008), Mental Health Issues in the Criminal Justice System. Hawthorne Press; Binghamton, New York

2007 Dana J. Hubbard.
¿Getting the Most Out of Correctional Treatment: Testing the Responsivity Principle on Men and Women Offenders.¿  Federal Probation. 71(1): 2-8.

2006 Dana J. Hubbard.
¿Should We be Targeting Self-Esteem in Treatment for Offenders: Do Gender and Race Matter in Whether Self-Esteem Matters?¿ Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 44(1):39-57.

2004     Dana Jones Hubbard and Travis C. Pratt.
¿Criminogenic Needs of Girls:  What are the Most Important Risk Factors for Delinquency and Are They Different From the Risk Factors for Boys.¿ Women, Girls, and Criminal Justice. 5(5):57-64.

2002 Dana Jones Hubbard and Travis Pratt.
¿A Meta-Analysis of the Predictors of Delinquency in Girls.¿ Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 34(3):1-13.

2001 Betsy Fulton, Dana Jones Hubbard, and Edward J. Latessa.
¿Making the Next Step:  Using Evaluability Assessment to Improve Correctional Programming.¿ Prison Journal.  81(4):454-472.

2000 Shelley Johnson, Dana Jones Hubbard, and Edward J. Latessa.
¿Drug Courts and Treatment: Lessons to be Learned From the `What Works¿ Literature.¿  Corrections Management Quarterly. 4(4):70-77.

1999 Dana A. Jones, Edward J. Latessa, Lawrence F. Travis, and Shelley Johnson. ¿Case Classification in Community Corrections: Preliminary Findings from a National Survey.¿ Topics in Community Corrections: Annual Issue 1999: Classification and Risk Assessment. 4-10.

1999 Dana A. Jones and Joanne Belknap.
¿Police Responses to Woman Battering in a Pro-Arrest Jurisdiction.¿ Justice Quarterly. 16(2):250-273.
Wendy Regoeczi and Dana J Hubbard (2018), ¿The Impact of Specialized Domestic Violence Caseloads.¿ American Journal of Criminal Justice. In Press