J C Barnes
Professor and Interim Director
CECH Criminal Justice - 0389
Professor Barnes received his doctorate from the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Florida State University. He has two primary areas of research interest. First, his research seeks to identify how genetic and environmental factors combine to impact criminological phenomena. Second, he studies the offender decision-making process in order to gain insight into the way in which offenders choose their targets. To that end, he has published in a wide range of outlets including Behavior Genetics, Criminology, Developmental Psychology, Journal of Marriage and Family, Journal of Theoretical Biology, Psychological Bulletin, and Psychological Science.
Grant: #R40201 Investigators:Barnes, J C 07-01-2018 -12-31-2019 UC's Collaborative Research Advancement Grant Program - Track 1: Pilot Teams Using Virtual Reality to Understand Criminal Decision-Making: A Novel Interdisciplinary Approach Role:PI $25,000.00 Closed Level:Internal UC
Grant: #R40539 Investigators:Barnes, J C; Gerard, Daniel 10-01-2019 -06-30-2020 UC's Urban Futures Digital Futures Anchor Development Program Development of a Virtual Reality Augmented Violence Reduction Training System for Active and Mass Shooting incidents Role:PI $10,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC
Grant: #2017-JG-A02-V6351 Investigators:Barnes, J C; Tang, Ming 04-01-2020 -03-31-2021 Department of Justice Virtual Reality Training for Ohio Law Enforcement Role:PI $50,000.00 Active Level:Federal
Grant: #AC-SEL / H027A200111A Investigators:Barnes, J C; Ottley, Jennifer; Telfer, Deborah 01-01-2021 -06-30-2021 Department of Education Addressing the Academic and Social-Emotional Learning Needs of Adolescents with Disabilities or At-risk of Being Identified with a Disability in a Pilot District Role:Collaborator $175,000.00 Active Level:Federal