Claudia N. Anderson, PhD
Postdoctoral Associate
Boston University College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Claudia Anderson is a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Innovation in Social Science, working with Dr. Jessica Simes. Her position is funded by Arnold Ventures. Dr. Anderson’s research examines the implications of punishment and correctional policies for individuals, systems, and communities. In particular, her work aims to shed light on how prison systems function and the consequences of prison policies, with a focus on solitary confinement and racial/ethnic and gender disparities in punishment experiences.

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  1. Anderson CN, Cochran JC, Wooldredge J. Is Reduced Visitation a Collateral Consequence of Restrictive Housing?. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 2022; 49(10):1495-1515. View Publication
  2. Montes AN, Cochran JC, Anderson CN. Private Versus Public Incarceration: Incarcerated Individuals’ Experiences and Perceptions of Environmental Quality. Crime & Delinquency. 2022. View Publication
  3. Anderson CN, Wooldredge J, Cochran JC. Can “race-neutral” program eligibility requirements in criminal justice have disparate effects? An examination of race, ethnicity, and prison industry employment. Criminology & Public Policy. 2022; 21(2):405-432. View Publication
  4. Anderson CN, Cochran JC, Toman EL. Social capital and its impacts on prison life: Is visitation a conduit?. Crime & Delinquency. 2022; 68(4):644-683. View Publication
  5. Altikriti S, Anderson CN. Factor Analysis and Structural Equation Modeling. The Encyclopedia of Research Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice. 2021; 2:833-838. View Publication
  6. Cochran JC, Wooldredge JD, Anderson CN, Long J. Examining the Use and Impacts of Restrictive Housing. 2021. View Publication
  7. Anderson CN, Cochran JC, Montes AN. The pains of pretrial detention: Theory and research on the oft-overlooked experiences of pretrial jail stays. Handbook on Pretrial Justice. 2021; 13-35. View Publication

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