Renzetti, C.M., Follingstad, D.R., & Coker, A.L.(Eds.). (2017). Preventing intimate partner violence: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Bristol, UK: University of Bristol Policy Press.
2016 & In Press
Dr. Diane Follingstad:
Coker, A.L., Follingstad, D.R., Garcia, L.S., & Bush, H.M.(2016). Impact of partner supportive and interfering behaviors during women’s cancer care and recovery. Psycho-oncology. Published online at:http://email@example.com
Wood, L.G., Busch-Armendariz, N.B., Kammer-Kerwick, M.F., Sulley, C., & Follingstad, D.R. (2016). Climate surveys: An inventory of understanding sexual assault and other crimes of interpersonal violence at institutions of higher education. Violence Against Women,1-19. doi:10.1177/1077801216657897. Published Online First http://vaw.sagepub.com/content/early/recent
Follingstad, D.R., Coker, A.L., Chahal, J.K., Brancato, C.J., & Bush, H.M. (2016). Do guns in the home predict gender and relationship attitudes? An exploratory study. Journal of Abuse, Maltreatment, & Trauma. Online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10926771.2016.1225144
Coker, A.L., Follingstad, D.R., Garcia, L.S., & Bush. H.M. (2016). Intimate partner violence and women’s cancer quality of life. Cancer Causes and Control,1-17. doi:10.1007/s10552-016-0833-3. Available as Online First: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10552-016-0833-3
Follingstad, D.R., Coker, A.L., Lee, E., Williams, C.M., & Bush, H.M. (In press).Young women's experience of intimate partner violence and use of prescription drugs. Violence Against Women.
Coker, A.L., Bush, H.M., Follingstad, D.R., & Brancato, C.J.(In press). Frequency of guns in the households among high school seniors. Journal of School Health.
Follingstad, D.R. The challenges of measuring violence against women. (In press). In C.M. Renzetti, J.L. Edleson, & R.K. Bergen (Eds.),Sourcebook on violence against women (3rd edition). New York: Sage Publications.
Dr. Ann Coker:
Swan SC, Lasky NV, Fisher BS, Woodbrown VD, Bonsu JE, Schramm AT, Warren PR, Coker AL, Williams CM. (May 2016) Just a dare or unaware? Outcomes and motives of drugging (“drink spiking”) among students at three college campuses. Psychology of Violence, http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/vio0000060
Coker AL, Recktenwald E, Banyard V. (May 2016). Primary prevention programs in educational settings: Toward IPV & Sexual Violence Prevention. Chapter in Book resulting from NSF / NIJ
Coker AL, Bush HM, Cook-Craig PC, DeGue S, Clear ER, Brancato CJ, Fisher BS, E Recktenwald. (2016). Effects of the Green Dot Bystander Intervention for reducing sexual violence among high school students: A cluster-randomized clinical trial. Am J Preventive Medicine
Coker AL, Bush HM, Follingstad DR, Brancato CJ. (In Press).Frequency of guns in the households of high school seniors. Journal of School Health.
Dr. Claire Renzetti:
Renzetti, C. M. (2016). Critical realism and feminist criminology: Shall the twain ever meet? International Journal for Crime, Justice, and Social Democract, 5, 41-52.
Renzetti, C. M., Follingstad, D.R., & Coker, A.L. (Eds.) (forthcoming). Preventing intimate partner violence: interdisciplinary perspectives. Bristol, England: Policy Press.
Dr. Heather Bush:
Morgan KD, Zheng Y, Bush H, Noehren B. (2016) Nyquist and Bode stability criteria to assess changes in dynamic knee stability in healthy and anterior cruciate ligament reconstructed individuals during walking. Journal of Biomechanics. 2016; 49(9):1686-91.
Chiarello LA, Effgen SK, Jeffries L, McCoy SW, Bush H. (2016) Student Outcomes of School-Based Physical Therapy as Measured by Goal Attainment Scaling. Pediatric physical therapy: the official publication of the Section on Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association. 2016; 28(3):277-84.
Noehren B, Shuping L, Jones A, Akers DA, Bush HM, Sluka KA. (2016) Somatosensory and Biomechanical Abnormalities in Females With Patellofemoral Pain. The Clinical journal of pain. 2016; 32(10):915-9.
Effgen SK, McCoy SW, Chiarello LA, Jeffries LM, Bush H. (2016) Physical Therapy-Related Child Outcomes in School: An Example of Practice-Based Evidence Methodology. Pediatric physical therapy: the official publication of the Section on Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association. 2016; 28(1):47-56.
Schmelzer AC, Salt E, Wiggins A, Crofford LJ, Bush H, Mannino DM. (2016) Role of Stress and Smoking as Modifiable Risk Factors for Nonpersistent and Persistent Back Pain in Women. The Clinical journal of pain. 2016; 32(3):232-7.
Dr. Charles Carlson:
Ma, F., Wang, C., Yoder, W.E., Westlund, K.N., Carlson, C.R., Miller, C. S., & Danaher, R.J. (2016). Efficacy of herpes simplex virus vector encoding the human preproenkephalin gene for treatment of facial pain in mice. Journal of Oral & Facial Pain and Headache, 30, 42-50.
Boggero, I. A., Rojas, M. V., Carlson, C. R., & de Leeuw, R. (2016). Satisfaction with life in orofacial pain disorders: Associations and theoretical implications. Journal of Oral & Facial Pain and Headache, 30, 99-106.
Weber, T., Boggero, I., Carlson, C.R., Bertoli, E., Okeson, J.P., & de Leeuw, R. (2016). Smoking and posttraumatic stress disorder symptomatology in orofacial pain. Journal of Dental Research, 95, 1161-1168.
Bartley, E.J., Schmidt, J.E., Carlson, C.R., & Fillingim, R.B. (in press). Psychosocial considerations in TMD. In Temporomandibular Disorders: A Translational Approach From Basic Science to Clinical Applicability, G.D. Klasser and H. Gremillion, Eds.
Russell, M. E. B., Scott, A., Boggero, I. A., & Carlson, C. R. (in press). Inclusion of a rest period in diaphragmatic breathing increases high frequency heart rate variability: Implications for behavioral therapy. Psychophysiology.