Nodeland, B. (2015). Ethics in Probation and Parole.
Nodeland, B. (2012). Cyber-Related Violence.
Nodeland, B., Saber, M. C., DeBoer, L. (2021). Student Plans to Obtain a License to Carry on Campus after the Passage of Texas Senate Bill 11. Security Journal.
Saber, M. C., Nodeland, B., Wall, R. (2021). Predicting DNA Exonerations: Analysis of Data Obtained from the National Registry of Exonerations. Criminal Justice Policy Review.
Nodeland, B. (2020). The Effects of Self-control on the Cyber Victim-Offender Overlap. International Journal of Cybersecurity Intelligence and Cybercrime. https://vc.bridgew.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1073&context=ijcic
Saber, M. C., Nodeland, B. (2020). Concealed Handgun Licenses in Tennessee: An Examination of Factors Predicting Permits at the County-level. Journal of Crime and Justice.
Craig, J., Nodeland, B., Long, R., Spivey, E. (2020). Student Perceptions of Team-Based Learning in the Criminal Justice Classroom. Journal of Criminal Justice Education. 1-18. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. https://doi.org/10.1080/10511253.2020.1742756
Belshaw, S. H., Nodeland, B., Underwood, L., Colaiuta, A. (2020). Teaching About the Dark Web in Criminal Justice or Related Programs at The Community College and University Levels. Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice.
Nodeland, B., Craig, J. (2019). Perceptions of Legal and Extralegal Punishments for Sexual Harassment in the ‘MeToo’ Era. Deviant Behavior.
Nodeland, B., Saber, M. (2019). Student and Faculty Attitudes toward Campus Carry after the Implementation of SB11. Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice.
Trahan, A., Nodeland, B., Dixon, A. (2019). Public opinion of capital punishment: An intersectional analysis of race, gender, and class effects. Criminal Justice Review. 44(4), 452-469.
Nodeland, B., Belshaw, S., Saber, M. (2019). Teaching Cybersecurity to Criminal Justice Majors. Journal of Criminal Justice Education. 30(1), 71-90. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10511253.2018.1439513
Nodeland, B. (2016). Virtual Peer Effects in Social Learning Theory. Crime & Delinquency. 62(12), 1543-1569.