Miner‘s research focuses on the influence of attachment and social competence on sexually abusive behavior in adolescent males. He has published extensively on the characteristics of juvenile sexual offenders, sex offender treatment, and measurement of criminal behavior and developed measures of compulsive sexual behavior and coping skills.
2013-17, National Institute of Justice, PI, "Evaluation of the Implementation of the Sex Offender Treatment Intervention and Progress Scale"
Miner MH, Coleman E. Compulsive sexual behavior and its relationship to risky sexual behavior.Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention. 2013;20(1-2):127-38.
Miner MH, Bockting WO, Swinburne Romine RE, Raman S. Conducting Internet research with the transgender population: Reaching broad samples and collecting valid data. Social Science Computer Review. 2012;30(2):202-11.
Hanson KR, Letourneau EJ, Olver ME, Wilson RJ, Miner MH. Incentives for offender research participation are both ethical and practical. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 2012;39(11):1391-1404.
Swinburne Romine RE, Miner MH, Poulin D, Dwyer SM, Berg D. Predicting re-offense for community-based sexual offenders: an analysis of 30 years of data. Sex Abuse. 2012;24(5):501-14.
Netland J, Miner MH. Psychopathy traits and parental dysfunction in sexual offending and general delinquent adolescent males. Journal of Sexual Aggression. 2012;18(1):4-22.
Compulsive sexual behavior
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