Mark S. Davis (2019). “You say unethical, I say criminal: How definitions can influence approach” American Journal of Bioethics, 19, 35-36.

Amy B. Brunell & Mark S. Davis (2016). “Grandiose narcissism and fairness in social exchanges.” Current Psychology.

Amy B. Brunell, Mark S. Davis, Daniel Schley, Abbey Eng, Manfred van Dulmen, Kelly L. Wester & Daniel J. Flannery (2013) “A new measure of interpersonal exploitativeness.” Frontiers in Personality Science and Individual Differences 4:299. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00299.

Mark S. Davis & Amy B. Brunell (2012) “Assessing narcissism in Add Health: The development and validation of a new measure.” Journal of Research on Adolescence 22 (4): 632-645.

Thomas B. Cook & Mark S. Davis (2012) “Assessing legal strains and risk of suicide using archived court data.” Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 42 (5): 495-506.

Valerie J. Callanan & Mark S. Davis (2012) “Gender differences in suicide methods.” Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology 47 (6): 857-869.

Valerie J. Callanan & Mark S. Davis (2011) “Gender and suicide method: Do women avoid facial disfiguration?” Sex Roles 65 (11): 867-879.

Kelly L. Wester, John T. Willse & Mark S. Davis (2010) “Departmental psychological climate, stress, and research integrity among research counselor educators: A preliminary study.” Counselor Education & Supervision 50 (1): 39-55.

Valerie J. Callanan & Mark S. Davis (2009) “A comparison of suicide note writers with suicides who did not leave notes.” Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 39 (5): 558-568.

Mark S. Davis, Valerie J. Callanan, David Lester & Janet Haines (2009) “An inquiry into relationship suicides and reciprocity.” Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 39 (5): 482-498.

Eric Jefferis, Cemil Dogutas, Fredrick Butcher, Mark S. Davis & Daniel J. Flannery (2008) “Research note: Temporal variations in school-associated, nonfatal violent injuries.” Law Enforcement Executive Forum 8 (6): 95-105.

Kelly L. Wester, John T. Willse & Mark S. Davis (2008) “The Responsible Conduct of Research Measure: The initial development and pilot study.” Accountability in Research 15 (2): 87-104.

Mark S. Davis, Kelly L. Wester & Bridgett King (2008) “Narcissism, entitlement, and questionable practices of research in counseling: A pilot study.” Journal of Counseling & Development 86 (2): 200-210.

Mark S. Davis, Michelle L. Riske-Morris & Sebastian R. Diaz (2007) “Causal factors implicated in research misconduct: Evidence from ORI case files.” Science & Engineering Ethics 13 (4): 395-414.

Mark S. Davis (2006) Crimes mala in se: An equity-based definition. Criminal Justice Policy Review 17 (3): 270-289.

Mark S. Davis (2003) The role of culture in research misconduct. Accountability in Research 10 (3): 189-201.

Reprinted in Kenneth D. Pimple (ed.), Research Ethics. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2008.

Mark S. Davis & Daniel J. Flannery (2001) The institutional treatment of gang members. Corrections Management Quarterly 5 (1): 37-46.

In Soo Son, Mark S. Davis, & Dennis M. Rome (1998) Race and its effect on police officers’ perceptions of misconduct. Journal of Criminal Justice 26 (1): 21-28.

In Soo Son, Chiu-Wai Tsang, Dennis M. Rome, & Mark S. Davis (1997) Citizens’ observation of police use of excessive force and their evaluation of police performance. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 20 (1): 149-159.

Dennis M. Rome, In Soo Son, & Mark S. Davis (1995) Police use of force: Does the suspect’s race influence citizens’ perceptions? Social Justice Research 8 (1): 41-56.

Mark S. Davis & Joshua E. Muscat (1993) An epidemiologic study of alcohol and suicide risk in Ohio jails and lockups. Journal of Criminal Justice 21 (3): 277-283.