Cesar Rebellon

Professor of Sociology

Cesar Rebellon is an expert in the areas of criminology, juvenile crime, substance abuse, delinquency, and terrorism. He is particularly interested in the manner in which delinquency may yield reinforcing social rewards among adolescents. His other research interests include the “gateway hypothesis” of substance use and the predictors of attitudes toward terrorism. In his role as faculty fellow at the UNH Carsey Institute, Rebellon is researching successful transitions to adulthood, and the development of human capital in rural New Hampshire.

Expertise: 
Juvenile delinquency
Homicide
Crime prevention
Substance abuse
Terrorism
Department/College: 
College of Liberal Arts
Sociology