Dana J. Hubbard (forthcoming). ¿Getting the Most Out of Correctional Treatment: Testing the Responsivity Principle on Men and Women Offenders.¿  Federal Probation.

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

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

Dana Jones Hubbard and Travis C. Pratt (2004). ¿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. Vol. 5 (5): 57-64.

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

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

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

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

Dana A. Jones and Joanne Belknap (1998).¿Police Responses to Woman Battering in a Pro-Arrest Jurisdiction.¿ Justice Quarterly. Vol.16 (2):250-273.