Designing Systems and Processes for Managing Disputes, 2nd ed. (with Nancy H. Rogers, Robert C. Bordone, Frank E. A. Sander). New York: Wolters Kluwer, 2019.
“A Critical Assessment of the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study at 20 Years” (with Scout F. Gregerson), American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 56: 790-794 (2019).
“Mediation: Law, Policy, Practice, 3nd Ed. (with Sarah Cole, Nancy H. Rogers, James R. Coben and Peter N. Thompson). St. Paul, MN: Thomson Reuters, 2018-19.
Social Structure, Adversity, Toxic Stress and Intergenerational Poverty: An Early Childhood Model,” (with Bruce S. McEwen). Annual Review of Sociology, 43: 445-472 (2017).
“Response to Jerome Kagan’s Essay on Stress” (with Bruce S. McEwen) in Perspectives on Psychological Science, 11: 451-455 (2016).
“Social, Psychological, and Physiological Reactions to Stress” (with Bruce S. McEwen) in Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by Robert A. Scott and Stephen M. Kosslyn. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2015 (online).
Sarah R. Cole, Craig A. McEwen, Nancy H. Rogers, James R. Coben, and Peter N. Thompson, “Where Mediation Is Concerned, Sometimes ‘There Ought Not To Be a Law!’” Dispute Resolution Magazine, Volume 19, Number 3, (Winter 2014): 34-38.
Designing Systems and Processes for Managing Disputes (with Nancy H. Rogers, Robert C. Bordone, Frank E. A. Sander). New York: Wolters Kluwer, 2013.
“Client Grievances and Client Relationships: Central Challenges of Divorce Practice” (with Lynn Mather). In Lawyers in Practice: Ethical Decision Making in Context (Leslie C. Levin and Lynn Mather, eds.), pp. 63-86. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2012.
“Social Science Assessment of Mediation” in Dispute Resolution, 6th Ed. (Stephen B. Goldberg, Frank E.A. Sander, Nancy H. Rogers, Sarah Rudolph Cole, eds.), pp. 193-6. New York: Aspen, 2012.
“Housing and Homelessness in Maine: A Case of Public Sociology in Practice” (with Joe Bandy) in Sociologists in Action: Sociology, Social Change and Social Justice (ed. by Kathleen Korgen, Jonathan M. White and Shelley K. White). Newbury Park, CA: Pine Forge Press, 2010.
Preface to Elizabeth Gordon, The Role of Attorneys in Court Ordered Mediations in North Carolina: The Pilot Phase. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2009.
"Examining Mediation in Context: Toward Understanding Variations in Mediation Programs."In Margaret S. Herrman, ed., The Blackwell Handbook of Mediation: Bridging Theory, Research and Practice. Blackwell, Oxford. U.K. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2005, pp. 81-98.
Mediation: Law, Policy, Practice, 2nd Ed. -- 2004 Cumulative Supplement (with Sarah Cole and Nancy Rogers). St. Paul, MN: West Group, 2004.
"Finding Out If It Is True: Comparing Mediation and Negotiation through Research," (with Roselle L.Wissler), Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2002: 131-142 (2002).
Divorce Lawyers at Work: Varieties of Professionalism in Practice. (with Lynn Mather and Richard Maiman). New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. (Selected for the 2001 C. Herman Pritchett Awardof the Law and Courts Section of the American Political Science Association for "the best book on law and courts written by a political scientist and published the previous year.")
"Toward a Program-Based ADR Research Agenda," Negotiation Journal, 15: 325-338 (1999).
"The Future of Legal Professionalism in Practice," (with Richard Maiman and Lynn Mather) Legal Ethics, 2, part 1(Summer, 1999): 71-85.
"Managing Corporate Disputing: Overcoming Barriers to the Effective Use of Mediation for Reducing the Cost and Time of Litigation," The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 14: 1-27 (1998).
"Employing the Law to Increase the Use of Mediation and to Encourage Direct and Early Negotiations," (with Nancy Rogers), The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 13: 831-864 (1998). Sections reprinted in Jean R. Sternlight, James J. Alfini, Sharon P. Press, and Joseph B. Stulberg, Materials on Mediation Theory and Practice. New York: Matthew Bender, 2001.
"Legal Policy and Access to Justice Through Courts and Mediation," (with Laura Williams) The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 13: 865-883 (1998).
"Avocats et divorce aux Etats-Unis: la transformation des pratiques professionelles" (with Lynn Mather and Richard Maiman), Droit et Societe 33 (1996): 341-360.
"'The Passenger Decides on the Destination and I Decide on the Route': Are Divorce Lawyers 'Expensive Cab Drivers?'" (with Lynn Mather and Richard Maiman), International Journal of Law and the Family, 9 (1995): 286-310.
"Bring in the Lawyers: Challenging the Dominant Approaches to Ensuring Fairness in Divorce Mediation" (with Nancy Rogers and Richard Maiman), Minnesota Law Review, 79 (June, 1995): 1317-1411. [Sections reprinted in Leonard J. Riskin and James Westbrook, Dispute Resolution and Lawyers, St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co, 1997 and in Jean R. Sternlight, James J. Alfini, Sharon P. Press, and Joseph B. Stulberg, Materials on Mediation Theory and Practice. New York: Matthew Bender, 2001].
"The Maine Corrections Budget" in State Budget Review, 1995. Augusta, ME: Maine Center for Economic Policy, 1995
An Evaluation of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Pilot Mediation Program. Report to the Center For Dispute Settlement under contract with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. March, 1994.
"Lawyers, Mediation, and the Management of Divorce Practice," (with Lynn Mather and Richard Maiman) Law & Society Review 28 (1994): 149-186.
"Competence and Quality," Negotiation Journal, 9 (1993): 317-319.
"Community Boards: An Analytic Profile," (with Frederic DuBow) in The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States, edited by Sally E. Merry and Neal Milner. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1993, pp. 125-168.
"Explaining A Paradox of Mediation" (with Thomas Milburn), Negotiation Journal, 9 (1993): 23-36.
"Note on Mediation Research," in Dispute Resolution, 2nd ed. by Stephen Goldberg, Frank Sander, and Nancy Rogers. Boston: Little, Brown, 1992.
An Evaluation of the ADR Pilot Project: Final Report. Report to the Chief Justices of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court and the Maine Superior Court, January, 1992.
"Environmental and Community Disputes: A Commentary," in Studies in Law, Politics, and Society, Vol. 12, Part B, edited by Susan S. Silbey and Austin Sarat. Greenwich, CN: JAI Press, 1992.
"Gender and Specialization in the Practice of Divorce Law" (with Richard Maiman and Lynn Mather), Maine Law Review, 44 (1992): 39-61.
"Evaluating ADR Programs," in Emerging ADR Issues in Stateand Federal Courts, edited by Frank E. A. Sander. Chicago, IL: Litigation Section of the American Bar Association, 1991.
"Pursuing Predictive or Problem-Solving Settlement," Florida State Law Review, 19 (1991): 77-88.
Mediation: Law, Policy, Practice. Cumulative Supplement,1990; Revised in 1991; Revised in 1992 (second author with Nancy Rogers). Rochester, NY: Clark, Boardman and Callaghan Publishing Co. 1990.
"Mediation in Small Claims Courts: Consensual Processes and Outcomes," (with Richard Maiman) in Mediation Research: The Process and Effectiveness of Third-Party Intervention, edited by Kenneth Kressel and Dean Pruitt, editors. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1989, pp. 53-67.
"Tax-paying Behavior in Social Context: A Tentative Typology of Tax Compliance and Noncompliance" (with Robert Kidder) in Taxpayer Compliance: Volume 2, Social Science Perspectives, edited by Jeffrey A. Roth and John T. Scholz. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989, pp. 47-75.
"Mediation and the Unauthorized Practice of Law," (with Nancy Rogers) Mediation Quarterly, May 1989: 23-32.
Participant in "A Colloquy: Alternative Dispute Resolution in International Trade and Business," Maine Law Review, 40 (1988): 225-259.
"The ADR Movement: Theoretical Aspects and Practical Potential," Maine Law Review, 40 (1988): 367-373.
"Coercion and Consent: A Tale of Two Court Reforms" (with Richard Maiman), Law & Policy, 10 (1988): 4-24.
"Differing Visions of Alternative Dispute Resolution and Formal Law: A Review Essay," The Justice System Journal, 12 (1987): 247-259.
"In Search of Legitimacy: Toward an Empirical Analysis" (with Richard Maiman), Law & Policy, 8 (1986): 257-273.
"The Relative Significance of Disputing Forum and Dispute Characteristics for Outcome and Compliance" (with Richard Maiman), Law & Society Review, 20 (1986): 601-610.
"Legal Ideologies in Collision: Conflicting Expectations of Civil Litigants and Legal Practitioners," Legal Studies Forum, X (1986): 229-237.
"Parties' Views of the Process: What Do They Tell Us?" Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Professionals in Dispute Resolution, Labor Relations Press: Fort Washington, PA, 1986.
"How Does Mediator Style Relate to Mediator Effectiveness?" Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Professionals in Dispute Resolution. Labor Relations Press: Fort Washington, PA, 1986.
"Does 'Consumer Satisfaction' With Mediation Last?" Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Professionals in Dispute Resolution. Labor Relations Press: Fort Washington, PA, 1986.
"Inside the 'Black Box' of Conflict Resolution," Negotiation Journal, 2 (1986): 385-394 (a review essay).
"Mediation in Small Claims Court: Compliance Through Consent" with Richard Maiman), Law & Society Review 18 (1984): 1-39. Sections reprinted in Processes of Dispute Resolution: The Role of Lawyers by John S. Murray, Alan S. Rau and Edward F. Sherman. Westbury, NY: Foundation Press, 1988; Processes of Dispute Resolution: The Role of Lawyers, 2nd ed. by John S. Murray, Alan S. Rau and Edward F. Sherman. Westbury, NY: Foundation Press, 1996.
"Mediation and Arbitration: Their Promise and Performance as Alternatives to Court" (with Richard Maiman), in The Analysis of Judicial Reform edited by Philip L. Dubois, Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1982. (Expanded version of Policy Studies Journal article).
"Arbitration and Mediation as Alternatives to Court" (with Richard Maiman), Policy Studies Journal, 10: 712-726, 1982.
"Small Claims Mediation in Maine: An Empirical Assessment" (with Richard Maiman), Maine Law Review, 33: 237-268, 1981. Reprinted in Stephen Goldberg, Eric Green and Frank Sander, Dispute Resolution, Boston: Little, Brown, 1985. Excerpted in Philip J. Harter, ed., Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Handbook for Judges, Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association. Excerpted in Stephen Goldberg, Frank Sander and Nancy Rogers, Dispute Resolution, 2nd ed. Boston: Little Brown, 1985; Carrie Menkel-Meadow, ed. Mediation: Theory, Policy and Practice. Aldershot, U. K.: Ashgate Publishing, 2001.
"Continuities in the Study of Total and Nontotal Institutions" Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 6 (1980), pp. 143-185.
Designing Correctional Organizations for Youths: Dilemmas of Subcultural Development. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, 1978. Sections reprinted in Alden D. Miller and Lloyd E. Ohlin, Delinquency and Community: Creating Opportunities and Controls, Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1985 (pp. 43-50).
"Subcultures in Community-Based Programs," in Juvenile Correctional Reform in Massachusetts by Lloyd Ohlin, Robert Coates and Alden Miller. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977.
"Preliminary Analysis of Data from the 1973 Study of Subcultures in Selected Programs Serving Youth Committed and Referred to the Massachusetts Department of Youth Service." Quarterly Report of the DYS Project, Center for Criminal Justice, Harvard Law School, January, 1974.