Rather than continue listing conference presentations ad nauseum on my CV, I’ve decided to archive them here. For some of these, you can download the presentation by clicking the “Slides” link that appears after the presentation title. Note that a * indicates the co-author is a graduate student.
McLean, Kyle, Justin Nix, Seth Stoughton, Ian Adams, & Geoff Alpert. (2022). Forming suspicion during traffic stops: Results from an experimental survey of patrol officers.
Branscum, Caralin*, Tara Richards, Emily Wright, Justin Nix, & Bradley Campbell. (2022). The victim-survivor notification process and experience from practitioners and survivors.
Richards, Tara, Michaela Goldsmith*, Emily Wright, Justin Nix, Bradley Campbell, & Scott Mourtgos*. (2022). Assessing the feasibility and impact of using the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program in Sexual Assault Kit Initiative projects.
Sierra-Arévalo, Michael, Justin Nix, & Scott Mourtgos*. (2022). The “war on cops” and the murder of George Floyd.
Simpson, Rylan & Justin Nix. (2022). Under fire: Officer-involved shootings in Canada, 2017-2019.
Nix, Justin & John Shjarback. (2021). Factors associated with police shooting mortality: A focus on race and a plea for more comprehensive data. (Slides)
McLean, Kyle & Justin Nix. (2021). Weber, legitimacy, and police empowerment: Experimental results from a survey of US adults. (Slides)
Nam, Yongjae*, Scott Wolfe, & Justin Nix. (2021). Does procedural justice protect against the adverse effects of perceived ineffectiveness on police legitimacy?
Richards, Tara, Justin Nix, Scott Mourtgos*, & Ian Adams*. (2021). 911 and domestic violence service emergency hotline calls before and during COVID-19.
Adams, Ian*, Scott Mourtgos*, & Justin Nix. (2021). Elevated police turnover following the summer of George Floyd protests: A synthetic control study.
Nix, Justin, Scott E. Wolfe, Justin T. Pickett, & Brandon Tregle*. (2018). An exploration of the sources of self-legitimacy among a US sample of municipal police executives.
Chao, Weng-Fong*, Justin Nix, & Joseph A. Schwartz. (2018). Do residents perceive their neighborhoods similarly? Assessing measurement invariance of collective efficacy among residents in a Southeastern city.
Tregle, Brandon*, Justin Nix, Justin T. Pickett, & Scott E. Wolfe. (2018). Police executives’ willingness to be transparent with body-worn camera footage: Experimental findings from a national survey.
Anderson, Amy, Justin Nix, & Samantha Clinkinbeard. (2017). Culpable cops? College students’ attitudes toward police shootings of unarmed civilians in the aftermath of Ferguson.
Nix, Justin, Scott E. Wolfe, & Bradley A. Campbell. (2017). The (in)variance of police self-legitimacy.
Pickett, Justin T. & Justin Nix. (2017). Demeanor and police culture: Theorizing how procedurally just cooperation influences police officers.
Pinchevsky, Gillian M. & Justin Nix. (2016). A closer look at domestic disturbances that resulted in fatal shootings by police in 2015.
Nix, Justin, Bradley A. Campbell, Edward H. Byers*, & Geoffrey P. Alpert. (2016). A bird’s eye view of civilians killed by police in 2015: Further evidence of shooter bias.
Campbell, Bradley A., Justin Nix, & Edward R. Maguire. (2016). Civilians killed by police pre- and post-Ferguson: A time-series analysis.
Byers, Edward H.*, Bradley A. Campbell, & Justin Nix. (2016). Less-lethal force? An in-depth look at 50 civilians killed by conductive energy devices in 2015.
Wolfe, Scott E. & Justin Nix. (2015). Does officer self-legitimacy minimize the impact of supervisor procedural injustice? Police organizational trust and sensitivity to the Ferguson Effect.
Smith, Michael R., Jeff Rojek, Justin Nix, & Matthew Petrocelli. (2015). Use of social media by alleged members of transnational criminal organizations.