Justin Nix
Justin Nix
School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of Nebraska at Omaha
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A bird’s eye view of civilians killed by police in 2015: Further evidence of implicit bias
J Nix, BA Campbell, EH Byers, GP Alpert
Criminology & Public Policy 16 (1), 309-340, 2017
Is the effect of procedural justice on police legitimacy invariant? Testing the generality of procedural justice and competing antecedents of legitimacy
SE Wolfe, J Nix, R Kaminski, J Rojek
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 32 (2), 253-282, 2016
The alleged “Ferguson Effect” and police willingness to engage in community partnership
SE Wolfe, J Nix
Law and Human Behavior 40 (1), 1-10, 2016
Trust in the police: The influence of procedural justice and perceived collective efficacy
J Nix, SE Wolfe, J Rojek, RJ Kaminski
Crime & Delinquency 61 (4), 610-640, 2015
Sensitivity to the Ferguson Effect: The role of managerial organizational justice
J Nix, SE Wolfe
Journal of criminal justice 47, 12-20, 2016
The impact of negative publicity on police self-legitimacy
J Nix, SE Wolfe
Justice Quarterly 34 (1), 84-108, 2017
A war on cops? The effects of Ferguson on the number of US police officers murdered in the line of duty
ER Maguire, J Nix, BA Campbell
Justice Quarterly 34 (5), 739-758, 2017
Third-person perceptions, hostile media effects, and policing: Developing a theoretical framework for assessing the Ferguson effect
J Nix, JT Pickett
Journal of Criminal Justice 51, 24-33, 2017
Police research, officer surveys, and response rates
J Nix, JT Pickett, H Baek, GP Alpert
Policing and Society 29 (5), 530-550, 2019
Command-level police officers’ perceptions of the “war on cops” and de-policing
J Nix, SE Wolfe, BA Campbell
Justice Quarterly 35 (1), 33-54, 2018
Is the number of citizens fatally shot by police increasing in the post-Ferguson era?
BA Campbell, J Nix, ER Maguire
Crime & Delinquency 64 (3), 398-420, 2018
Police Officers’ Trust in their Agency: Does Self-Legitimacy Protect against Supervisor Procedural Injustice?
SE Wolfe, J Nix
Criminal Justice and Behavior 44 (5), 717-732, 2017
Demeanor, Race, and Police Perceptions of Procedural Justice: Evidence From Two Randomized Experiments
J Nix, JT Pickett, SE Wolfe, BA Campbell
Justice Quarterly 34 (7), 1154-1183, 2017
Disparity does not mean bias: making sense of observed racial disparities in fatal officer-involved shootings with multiple benchmarks
B Tregle, J Nix, GP Alpert
Journal of Crime and Justice 42 (1), 18-31, 2019
Testing a Social Schematic Model of Police Procedural Justice
JT Pickett, J Nix, SP Roche
Social Psychology Quarterly 81 (2), 97-125, 2018
Do the police believe that legitimacy promotes cooperation from the public?
J Nix
Crime & Delinquency 63 (8), 951-975, 2017
The Las Vegas Mass Shooting: An analysis of blood component administration and blood bank donations
MJ Lozada, S Cai, M Li, SL Davidson, J Nix, G Ramsey
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 86 (1), 128-133, 2019
Management-level officers’ experiences with the Ferguson effect
J Nix, SE Wolfe
Policing: An International Journal 41 (2), 262-275, 2018
Police perceptions of their external legitimacy in high and low crime areas of the community
J Nix
Crime & Delinquency 63 (10), 1250-1278, 2017
The ecological structuring of police officers’ perceptions of citizen cooperation
JA Shjarback, J Nix, SE Wolfe
Crime & Delinquency 64 (9), 1143-1170, 2018
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