Higgins, G. E.

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Higgins (2004)Higgins, G. E. (2004). Can low self-control help with the understanding of the software piracy problem?. Deviant Behavior, 26(1), 1-24.
Higgins (2007)Higgins, G. E. 2007. Digital piracy: An examination of Low Self-Control and Motivation Using Short-Term Longitudinal Data. Cyberpsychology and Behavior, 10, 523-529.
Higgins and Makin (2004)Higgins, G. E. and Makin, D. A. 2004. Self-Control, Deviant Peers, and Software Piracy Psychological Reports, 95, 921-931.
Higgins, Fell and Wilson (2006)Higgins, G. E., Fell, B. D. and Wilson, A. L. 2006. Digital Piracy: Assessing the Contributions of an Integrated Self-Control Theory and Social Learning Theory Using Structural Equation Modeling. Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society, 19, 3-22.
Higgins, Fell and Wilson (2007)Higgins, G. E., Fell, B. D., & Wilson, A. L. (2007). Low self-control and social learning in understanding students' intentions to pirate movies in the United States. Social Science Computer Review, 25(3), 339-357.
Higgins, Marcum, Freiburger and Ricketts (2012)Higgins, G. E., Marcum, C. D., Freiburger, T. L. and Ricketts, M. L. 2012. Examining the Role of Peer Influence and Self-Control on Downloading Behavior. Deviant Behavior, 33, 412-423.
Higgins, Wolfe and Marcum (2008)Higgins, G. E., Wolfe, S. E. and Marcum, C. D. 2008. Digital piracy: An Examination of Three Measurements of Self-Control. Deviant Behavior, 29, 440-460.
Higgins, Wolfe and Ricketts (2009)Higgins, G. E., Wolfe, S. E., & Ricketts, M. L. (2009). Digital Piracy: A Latent Class Analysis. Social science computer review, 27(1), 24-40.
Hinduja and Higgins (2011)Hinduja, S., & Higgins, G. E. (2011). Trends and patterns among music pirates. Deviant Behavior, 32(7), 563-588.
Morris and Higgins (2009)Morris, R. G. and Higgins, G. E. 2009. Neutralizing Potential and Self-Reported Digital Piracy: A Multitheoretical Exploration Among College Undergraduates. Criminal Justice Review, 34, 173-195.
Morris and Higgins (2010)Morris, R. G., & Higgins, G. E. (2010). Criminological theory in the digital age: The case of social learning theory and digital piracy. Journal of Criminal Justice, 38(4), 470-480.
Morris, Johnson and Higgins (2009)Morris, R. G., Johnson, M. C., & Higgins, G. E. (2009). The role of gender in predicting the willingness to engage in digital piracy among college students. Criminal Justice Studies, 22(4), 393-404.
Wolfe, Higgins and Marcum (2008)Wolfe, S. E., Higgins, G. E. and Marcum, C. D. 2008. Deterrence and Digital Piracy - A Preliminary Examination of the Role of Viruses. Social Science Computer Review, 26, 317-333.