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American Correctional Association and International Community Corrections Association. 2005. What Works and Why: Effective Approaches to Re-Entry. Lanham, MD.

Aos, Steve, Marna Miller, and Elizabeth Drake. 2006. Evidence-Based Adult Corrections Programs: What Works and What Does Not. Olympia, WA: Washington State Institute for Public Policy. NIC Accession Number 021136.

Dowden, Craig, and D.A. Andrews. 2004.“The Importance of Staff Practice in Delivering Effective Correctional Treatment: A Meta-Analytic Review of Core Correctional Practice.” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 482:203–14.

Lowenkamp, Christopher T., and Edward J. Latessa, 2005.“Developing Successful Reentry Programs: Lessons Learned From the ‘What Works’ Research.” Corrections Today 672:72–74, 76–77.

National Institute of Corrections and Crime and Justice Institute. 2004a. Implementing Evidence- Based Practice in Community Corrections: The Principles of Effective Intervention. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, and Boston: Crime and Justice Institute. NIC Accession Number 019342.

National Institute of Corrections and Crime and Justice Institute. 2004b. Implementing Evidence- Based Principles in Community Corrections: Leading Organizational Change and Development. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, and Boston: Crime and Justice Institute. NIC Accession Number 019344.

Petersilia, Joan. 2004.“What Works in Prisoner Reentry? Reviewing and Questioning the Evidence.” Federal Probation 68:4–8.

Seiter, Richard P., and Karen R. Kadela. 2003.“Prisoner Reentry: What Works,What Does Not, and What Is Promising.” Crime and Delinquency 49:360–88.

Taxman, Faye S., Eric S. Shepardson, and James M. Byrne. 2004. Tools of the Trade: A Guide to Incorporating Science Into Practice. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Corrections. NIC Accession Number 020095.

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