Dr. Todd A Armstrong
- Doctoral Program Coordinator
- Criminology and Criminal Justice, Professor
The nature and origins of criminal propensity. Biology and crime. Traits and crime.
Awards and Honors
Elected Fellow Academy of Experimental Criminology, Scholarship/Research - 2011
Young Experimental Scholar Award, Scholarship/Research - 2007
Ph D, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 1999
Cooke, Eric, Armstrong, Todd, Boisvert, Danielle, Wells, Jessica, Gangitano, David, Hughes Stamm, Sheree. 2018. The relationship between the MAOA-uVNTR polymorphism, delinquent peer affiliation, and antisocial behavior with a consideration of gender, Psychiatric Quarterly, 89, 841-853.
Wells, Jessica, Armstrong, Todd, Boisvert, Danielle, Lewis, Richard, Gangitano, David, Hughes Stamm, Sheree. 2017. Stress, genes, and generalizability across gender: Effects of MAOA and stress sensitivity on crime and delinquency, Criminology, 55, 675-699.
EducationPh.D., Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Maryland
The Nature and Origins of Criminal Propensity, Program and Policy Evaluation