Darryl S. Wood, PhD
PhD - Simon Fraser University
BCJ, MCJ - New Mexico State University
Associate Professor - Washington State University

Selected Publications

Self-reported versus administrative identification of American Indian and Alaska Native arrestees: Effects on relative estimates of illicit drug use and alcohol abuse.
American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research 2014, 21(2), 1-27.
(Co-authored with Zachary R. Hays).

Police Presence, Isolation, and Sexual Assault Prosecution.
Criminal Justice Policy Review 2011, 22(3), 330-349.
(Co-authored with André B. Rosay, Greg Postle, & Katherine TePas)

Alcohol Controls and Violence in Nunavut: A Comparison of Wet and Dry Communities.
International Journal of Circumpolar Health 2011, 70(1), 19-28.

The validity of injury surveillance system measures of assault: A lesson from the study of violence in Alaska
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2010, 25(2), 219-241.

Offender Race in Assaults Against American Indian/Alaska Native Women Recorded in the National Incident Based Reporting System
Poster Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, California, February 2010.

A Review of Research on Alcohol and Drug Use, Criminal Behavior, and the Criminal Justice System Response in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
Report Prepared for the National Institute of Justice, December 2009.

Attrition in Cases of Violence Against Women Reported to the Alaska State Troopers
Alaska Justice Forum 2009, 26(3), 2-4.
(Co-authored with André B. Rosay, Marny Rivera, & Katherine TePas)

Alcohol and Violence in Nunavut: A Comparison of Wet and Dry Communities
Poster Presented to the Canada Research Showcase, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, March 2008.

Local Alcohol Prohibition, Police Presence and Serious Injury in Isolated Alaska Native Villages
Addiction 2006, 101(3), 393-403. DOI: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.2006.01347.x
(Co-authored with Paul Gruenewald)

Patterns of Aboriginal Crime
In Silverman, R.A., Teevan, J.J., & Sacco, V.F. (eds.), Crime in Canadian Society (6th ed.), Toronto: Harcourt Brace, 2000, pp. 250-262.
(Co-authored with Curt Griffiths)

Inuit and Non-Inuit Alcohol Consumption in the Baffin Region, NWT, Canada
International Journal of Circumpolar Health 1999, 58(1), 24-29.

Patterns of Crime in the Circumpolar North
Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Orlando, Florida, March 1999. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.4626.6562

Violent Crime and Characteristics of Twelve Inuit Communities in the Baffin Region, NWT
Ph.D. Dissertation, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, July 1997.

Policing the Baffin Region: Findings from the Baffin Region Crime and Justice Study
Burnaby, BC: Criminology Research Centre, Simon Fraser University, 1995.
(Co-authored with Curt Griffiths, Greg Saville, and Evelyn Zellerer)

Aboriginal Peoples of the North and Criminal Justice: A Background Paper for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples
Burnaby, BC: School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University, 1993.
(Co-authored with Curt Griffiths)

Demographic Change, Relocation, and Patterns of Crime in the Baffin Region, N.W.T., Canada.
Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 1992.



Useful Resources

A Guide to Style and Usage -- From the Congressional Budget Office, this guide will help you sort out acceptable word use, spelling, and phrasing so that your writing will have its maximum effect (or is that "affect"?).

How to Write a Paper for a Scientific Journal -- Great tips on the mechanics of writing an abstract, introduction, methods, results, and discussion sections.

Revising Your Paper -- Great tips from the Odegaard Writing & Research Center at the University of Washington including "How & Why to Revise," "Analyzing your Work," and "Tips on Revisions."

MPA Thesis Template -- Save yourself from the drudgery of putting together your Table of Contents, Table of Table, and Table of Figures by using this MS Word document as a template for your MPA thesis.

Top 10 Little-Known APA Rules -- Some important but little known rules to using APA style; by academic editor Jennifer Cook.

Using the First Person in APA Style -- How to correctly use “I” and “we” in academic writing. By Dr. Louis Hoffman of Saybrook University.

Statistics Calculators -- If you liked my Cohen's d calculator, you're going to love the 102 statistic calculators provided by Dr. Daniel Soper of Cal State Fullerton.

Reporting p Values Correctly -- Points out the rules for reporting significance levels, including how to deal with the p = .000 results you get in SPSS.

ASA Format Guide -- Tips on formating research papers using the style of the American Sociological Association.

... a Little Humor

l.o.l. my thesis -- "Summing up years of work in one sentence."