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Submissions from 2016

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What Difference Do Bystanders Make? The Association of Bystander Involvement With Victim Outcomes in a Community Sample., Sherry L. Hamby, John Grych, Victoria L. Banyard, and Marcela C. Weber

Submissions from 2015

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Bringing a network-oriented approach to domestic violence services, Lisa A. Goodman, Victoria Banyard, Julie Woulfe, Sarah Ash, and Grace Mattern

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Campus Community Readiness to Engage Measure: Its Utility for Campus Violence Prevention Initiatives—Preliminary Psychometrics, Katie Edwards, Mary M. Moynihan, Kara Anne Rodenhizer-Stampfli, Jennifer M. Demers, and Victoria Banyard

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Changing Attitudes About Being a Bystander to Violence : Translating an In-Person Sexual Violence Prevention Program to a New Campus., Alison C. Cares, Victoria L. Banyard, Mary M. Moynihan, Linda M. Williams, Sharyn J. Potter, and Jane G. Stapleton

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Concurrent administration of sexual assault prevention and risk reduction programming: Outcomes for women, Christine A. Gidycz, Lindsay M. Orchowski, Danielle R. Probst, Katie Edwards, Megan J. Murphy, and Erin C. Tansill

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Encouraging Responses in Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention: What Program Effects Remain 1 Year Later?, Mary M. Moynihan, Victoria Banyard, Alison C. Cares, Sharyn J. Potter, Linda M. Williams, and Jane G. Stapleton

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Informal Social Reactions to College Women’s Disclosure of Intimate Partner Violence: Associations With Psychological and Relational Variables, Katie Edwards, Christina M. Dardis, Kateryna Sylaska, and Christine A. Gidycz

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Motives for physical dating violence among college students: A gendered analysis, Erika L. Kelley, Katie Edwards, Christina M. Dardis, and Christine A. Gidycz

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Physical Dating Violence, Sexual Violence, and Unwanted Pursuit Victimization A Comparison of Incidence Rates Among Sexual-Minority and Heterosexual College Students, Katie Edwards, Kateryna Sylaska, Johanna E. Barry, Mary M. Moynihan, Victoria L. Banyard, Ellen S. Cohn, Wendy A. Walsh, and Sally Ward

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The Impact of the Bystander’s Relationship with the Victim and the Perpetrator on Intent to Help in Situations Involving Sexual Violence, Sidney Bennett, Victoria L. Banyard, and Katie Edwards

Submissions from 2014

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College Students as Helpful Bystanders Against Sexual Violence: Gender, Race, and Year in College Moderate the Impact of Perceived Peer Norms., Amy L. Brown, Victoria L. Banyard, and Mary M. Moynihan

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Community Matters: Intimate Partner Violence Among Rural Young Adults., Katie Edwards, Marybeth Mattingly, Kristiana J. Dixon, and Victoria L. Banyard

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Disclosure of Intimate Partner Violence to Informal Social Support Network Members A Review of the Literature, Kateryna Sylaska and Katie Edwards

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Do Friends Really Help Friends? The Effect of Relational Factors and Perceived Severity on Bystander Perception of Sexual Violence, Sidney Bennett and Victoria L. Banyard

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Family-of-origin violence and college men’s reports of intimate partner violence perpetration in adolescence and young adulthood: The role of maladaptive interpersonal patterns, Katie Edwards, Kristiana J. Dixon, Christine A. Gidycz, and Angeli D. Desai

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How do we know if it works? Measuring outcomes in bystander-focused abuse prevention on campuses, Victoria L. Banyard, Mary M. Moynihan, Alison C. Cares, and Rebecca Warner

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Improving College Campus–Based Prevention of Violence Against Women: A Strategic Plan for Research Built on Multipronged Practices and Policies, Victoria L. Banyard

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In Their Own Words: A Content-Analytic Study of College Women’s Resistance to Sexual Assault, Katie Edwards, Danielle R. Probst, Erin C. Tansill, Kristiana J. Dixon, Sidney Bennett, and Christine A. Gidycz

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Intimate Partner Homicide: New Insights for Understanding Lethality and Risks, Bryn E. Sheehan, Sharon B. Murphy, Mary M. Moynihan, Erin Dudley-Fennessey, and Jane G. Stapleton

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Police Reporting Practices for Sexual Assault Cases in Which “The Victim Does Not Wish to Pursue Charges”, Sharon B. Murphy, Katie Edwards, Sidney Bennett, Sara Jane Bibeau, and Julie Sichelstiel

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Stalking and Psychosocial Distress Following the Termination of an Abusive Dating Relationship: A Prospective Analysis, Katie Edwards and Christine A. Gidycz

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To Act or Not to Act, That Is the Question? Barriers and Facilitators of Bystander Intervention, Sidney Bennett, Victoria L. Banyard, and Nancy Garnhart

Submissions from 2013

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A Mixed-Methodological Examination of Investment Model Variables Among Abused and Nonabused College Women, Christina M. Dardis, Erika L. Kelley, Katie Edwards, and Christine A. Gidycz

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Dating Violence Perpetration: The Predictive Roles of Maternally versus Paternally Perpetrated Childhood Abuse and Subsequent Dating Violence Attitudes and Behaviors, Christina M. Dardis, Katie Edwards, Erika L. Kelley, and Christine A. Gidycz

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Exploring stakeholders' perceptions of adult female sexual assault case attrition, Sharon B. Murphy, Victoria L. Banyard, and Erin Dudley Fennessey

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The Perpetration of Intimate Partner Violence among LGBTQ College Youth: The Role of Minority Stress, Katie Edwards and Kateryna Sylaska

Submissions from 2012

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Addressing Sexual and Relationship Violence in the LGBT Community Using a Bystander Framework, Sharyn J. Potter, Kim Fountain, and Jane G. Stapleton

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A Qualitative Analysis of College Women's Leaving Processes in Abusive Relationships, Katie Edwards, Megan J. Murphy, Erin C. Tansill, Christina Myrick, Danielle R. Probst, Rebecca Corsa, and Christine A. Gidycz

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Domestic Violence, Culture, and Relationship Dynamics Among Immigrant Mexican Women, Sharon B. Murphy, Rebecca Dufresne, and Catherine L. Marrs Fuchsel

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Myths about male rape: A literature review, Jessica A. Turchik and Katie Edwards

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Predictors of Victim–Perpetrator Relationship Stability Following a Sexual Assault: A Brief Report, Katie Edwards, Megan C. Kearns, Christine A. Gidycz, and Karen S. Calhoun

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The mediating role of trauma-related symptoms in the relationship between sexual victimization and physical health symptomatology in undergraduate women, Erin C. Tansill, Katie Edwards, Megan C. Kearns, Christine A. Gidycz, and Karen S. Calhoun

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Translating Sexual Assault Prevention from a College Campus to a United States Military Installation: Piloting the Know-Your-Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign, Sharyn J. Potter and Jane G. Stapleton

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Translating Sexual Assault Prevention from a College Campus to a United States Military Installation: Piloting the Know-Your-Power Bystander Social Marketing Campaign, Sharyn J. Potter and Jane G. Stapleton

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Using a multimedia social marketing campaign to increase active bystanders on the college campus, Sharyn J. Potter

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When can I help? a conceptual framework for the prevention of sexual violence through bystander intervention, Sarah McMahon and Victoria L. Banyard

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Women’s disclosure of dating violence: A mixed methodological study, Katie Edwards, Christina M. Dardis, and Christine A. Gidycz

Submissions from 2011

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Advocates speak out on adult sexual assault: A unique crime demands a unique response, Sharon B. Murphy, Victoria L. Banyard, Sarah p. Maynard, and Rebecca Dufresne

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An assessment of state level sexual assault prevalence estimates, Sharyn J. Potter and David Laflamme

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An examination of SANE data: Clinical considerations based on victim–assailant relationship, Sharon B. Murphy, Sharyn J. Potter, Jennifer Pierce-Weeks, Jane G. Stapleton, and Desiree Wiesen-Martin

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Bringing in the Bystander In-Person Prevention Program to a U.S. Military Installation: Results From a Pilot Study, Sharyn J. Potter and Mary M. Moynihan

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Bringing in the target audience in bystander social marketing materials for communities: Suggestions for practitioners., Sharyn J. Potter and Jane G. Stapleton

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Educating bystanders helps prevent sexual violence and reduce backlash, Mary M. Moynihan and Victoria Banyard

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Engaging intercollegiate athletes in preventing and intervening in sexual and intimate partner violence, Mary M. Moynihan, Victoria L. Banyard, Julie S. Arnold, Robert P. Eckstein, and Jane G. Stapleton

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"OH, DID THE WOMEN SUFFER, THEY SUFFERED SO MUCH:" Impacts of Gendered based violence on Kinship Networks in Rwanda, Nicole Fox

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Providing context for social workers’ response to sexual assault victims, Sharon B. Murphy, Sharyn J. Potter, Jennifer Pierce-Weeks, Jane G. Stapleton, Desiree Wiesen-Martin, and Kimberly G. Phillips

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Rape Myths: History, Individual and Institutional-Level Presence, and Implications for Change, Katie Edwards, Jessica A. Turchik, Christina M. Dardis, Nicole Reynolds, and Christine A. Gidycz

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Sisterhood May Be Powerful for Reducing Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence: An Evaluation of the Bringing in the Bystander In-Person Program with Sorority Members, Mary M. Moynihan, Victoria L. Banyard, Julie S. Arnold, Robert P. Eckstein, and Jane G. Stapleton

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The impact of interpersonal violence in adulthood on women's job satisfaction and productivity: The mediating roles of mental and physical health, Victoria L. Banyard, Sharyn J. Potter, and Heather Turner

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The victimization experiences of women in the workforce: Moving beyond single categories of work or violence, Sharyn J. Potter and Victoria L. Banyard

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Using Social Self-Identification in Social Marketing Materials Aimed at Reducing Violence Against Women on Campus, Sharyn J. Potter, Mary M. Moynihan, and Jane G. Stapleton

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Variation in bystander behavior related to sexual and intimate partner violence prevention: Correlates in a sample of college students, Victoria L. Banyard and Mary M. Moynihan

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Who will help prevent sexual violence: Creating an ecological model of bystander intervention, Victoria L. Banyard

Submissions from 2010

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Disclosure and Service Use on a College Campus After an Unwanted Sexual Experience, Wendy A. Walsh, Victoria L. Banyard, Mary M. Moynihan, Sally Ward, and Ellen S. Cohn

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Findings from Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE): A case study of New Hampshire's pediatric SANE database, Sharon B. Murphy, Sharyn J. Potter, Jane G. Stapleton, Desiree Wiesen-Martin, and Jennifer Pierce-Weeks

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Friends of Survivors The Community Impact of Unwanted Sexual Experiences, Victoria L. Banyard, Mary M. Moynihan, Wendy A. Walsh, Ellen S. Cohn, and Sally Ward

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Friends of survivors: The community impact of unwanted sexual experiences., Victoria Banyard, Mary M. Moynihan, Wendy A. Walsh, Ellen S. Cohn, and Sally Ward

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Sexual Violence Prevention: The Role of Stages of Change, Victoria L. Banyard, Robert P. Eckstein, and Mary M. Moynihan

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Victimization in the Lives of Employed Women:Disclosure in the Workplace, Victoria L. Banyard and Ian Potter

Submissions from 2009

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An assimilation analysis of clinician-assisted emotional disclosure therapy with survivors of intimate partner sexual assault, Lindsay M. Orchowski, Brian D. Uhlin, Danielle R. Probst, Katie Edwards, and Timothy Anderson

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College Women's Reactions to Sexual Assault Research Participation: Is it Distressing?, Katie Edwards, Megan C. Kearns, Christine A. Gidycz, and Karen S. Calhoun

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Complex Personhood as the Context for Intimate Partner Victimization: One American Indian Woman's Story, Sharon B. Murphy, Lynne Lemire, and Mindi Wisman

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Empowering bystanders to prevent campus violence against women: A preliminary evaluation of a poster campaign, Sharyn J. Potter, Mary M. Moynihan, Jane G. Stapleton, and Victoria L. Banyard

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Moving within the spiral: The process of surviving, Sharon B. Murphy, Mary M. Moynihan, and Victoria L. Banyard

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Rape Prevention and Risk Reduction: Review of the Research Literature for Practitioners, Kimberly A. Lonsway, Victoria L. Banyard, Alan D. Berkowitz, Christine A. Gidycz, Jackson T. Katz, Mary P. Ross, Paul A. Schewe, Sarah E. Ullman, and Dorothy Edwards

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Reducing sexual violence on campus: The role of student leaders as empowered bystanders, Victoria L. Banyard, Mary M. Moynihan, and Maria T. Crossman

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When crises collide: How intimate partner violence and poverty intersect to shape women’s mental health and coping, Lisa A. Goodman, Katya Fels Smyth, Angela M. Borges, and Rachel Singer

Submissions from 2008

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Clarifying consent: Primary prevention of sexual assault on a college campus, Angela M. Borges, Victoria L. Banyard, and Mary M. Moynihan

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Consequences of teen dating violence: Understanding intervening variables in ecological context, Victoria L. Banyard and Charlotte Cross

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Designing, implementing and evaluating a media campaign illustrating the bystander role, Sharyn J. Potter, Jane G. Stapleton, and Mary M. Moynihan

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Ethical Dilemmas in the Treatment of Battered Women in Individual Psychotherapy: Analysis of the Beneficence Versus Autonomy Polemic, Katie Edwards, Jennifer C. Merrill, Angeli D. Desai, and John R. McNamara

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Intimate partner violence: A call for social work action, Sharon B. Murphy and Lilianne Ouimet

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Measurement and correlates of prosocial bystander behavior: The case of interpersonal violence, Victoria L. Banyard

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Prediction of Women's Utilization of Resistance Strategies in a Sexual Assault Situation A Prospective Study, Christine A. Gidycz, Amy Van Wynsberghe, and Katie Edwards

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The Complexity of Trauma Types in the Lives of Women in Families Referred for Family Violence: Multiple Mediators of Mental Health, Victoria L. Banyard, Linda M. Williams, B E. Saunders, and M M. Fitzgerald

Submissions from 2006

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Interpersonal violence in adolescence: Ecological correlates of self-reported perpetration, Victoria L. Banyard, Charlotte Cross, and Kathryn Modecki

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She was family: Women of color and animal-human connections, Christina Risley-Curtiss, Lynn C. Holley, Tracy Cruickshank, Jill Porcelli, Clare Rhoads, Denise Bacchus, Soma Nyakoe, and Sharon B. Murphy

Submissions from 2005

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Guest editors' introduction, Linda M. Williams, Victoria L. Banyard, and Nada Aoudeh

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Revisiting Unwanted Sexual Experiences on Campus A 12-Year Follow-Up, Victoria L. Banyard, Elizabeth G. Plante, Ellen S. Cohn, Cari Moorhead, Sally Ward, and Wendy A. Walsh

Submissions from 2004

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Adjustment to college among trauma survivors: An exploratory study of resilience, Victoria L. Banyard and Elise N. Cantor

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American Indian women and domestic violence: The lived experience, Sharon B. Murphy, Christina Risley-Curtiss, and Karen Gerdes

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Bystander education: Bringing a broader community perspective to sexual violence prevention, Victoria L. Banyard, Elizabeth G. Plante, and Mary M. Moynihan