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Effects on Physical and Mental Health

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Domestic Violence Publications -  Sexual Violence Publications   Stalking Publications  

    Domestic Violence Publications

  • Banks, M. E. and Ackerman, R. J. (2002). Head and brain injuries experienced by African American women victims of intimate partner violence. Women & Therapy, 25 (3/4), 131 - 141.


  • *Block, C. R. (2003). pdf document How can practitioners help an abused woman lower her risk of death? NCJ 196545. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Block, C. R. (2000). pdf document Chicago Women’s Health Risk Study: Risk of serious injury or death in intimate violence: A collaborative research project. NCJ 184511. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Campbell, J. C. and Boyd, D. (2000). pdf document Violence against women: Synthesis of research for health care professionals. NCJ 199761. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Campbell, R., Raja, S. and Grining, P. L. (1999). Training mental health professionals on violence against women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 14: 1003-1013.


  • Coker, A. L. (2004). Primary prevention of intimate partner violence for women's health: A response to Plichta. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (11): 1324 - 1334.


  • Coker, A. L., Davis, K. E., and Arias, I. (2002). Physical and mental health effects of intimate partner violence for men and women. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 23 (4), 260 - 268.


  • Demaris, A. and Kaukinen, C. (2005). Violent victimization and women's mental and physical health: Evidence from a national sample. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 42 (4), 384 - 411.


  • Duncan, M. M., Stayton, C. D. and Hall, C. B. (2000). Police reports on domestic incidents involving intimate partners: Injuries and medical help-seeking. Women & Health, 30 (1), 1 - 13.


  • Enos, V. P., Linden, J. A., Tieszan, L, Bernstein, J. and Brown, J. (2004). pdf document Intervention to improve documentation of intimate partner violence in medical records. NCJ 207146. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Ernst, A. A. and Weiss, S. J. (2002). Intimate partner violence from the emergency medicine perspective. Women & Health, 35 (2/3), 71 - 81.


  • Fagan, J., Garner, J., and Maxwell, C. (1997). Reducing injuries to women in domestic assaults. Atlanta, GA: United States Department of Health and Human Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


  • Garcia-Linares, M. I., Pico-Alfonso, M. A., Sanchez-Lorente, S., Savall-Rodriguez, F., Celda-Navarro, N., Blasco-Ross, C., and Martinez, M. (2005). Assessing physical, sexual, and psychological violence perpetrated by intimate male partners toward women: A Spanish cross-sectional study. Violence and Victims, 20 (1), 99 - 123.


  • Gondolf, E. W. (2008).  Supplemental mental health treatment for batterer program participants. NCJ 223030. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Gorde, M. W., Helfrich, C. A., and Finlayson, M. L. (2004). Trauma symptoms and life skill needs of domestic violence victims. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (6), 691 - 708.


  • Grotpeter, J., Menard, S., and Gianola, D. (2008).  Intimate partner violence: Justice system response and public health service utilization in a national sample. NCJ 226500. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Henning, K. and Klesges, L. M. (2003). Prevalence and characteristics of psychological abuse reported by court-involved battered women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (8), 857 - 871.


  • Isaac, N. E. and Enos, V. P. (2001). pdf document Documenting domestic violence: How health care providers can help victims. NCJ 188564. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Isaac, N. E. and Enos, P. (2000). pdf document Medical records as legal evidence of domestic violence. NCJ 184530. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Janssen, P. A., Landolt, M. A., and Grunfeld, A. F. (2003). Assessing for domestic violence exposure in primary care settings: The transition from classroom to clinical practice. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (6), 623 - 633.


  • Kernic, M. A., Holt, V. L., Stoner, J. A., Wolf, M. E., and Rivera, F. P. (2003). Resolution of depression among victims of intimate partner violence: Is cessation of violence enough? Violence and Victims, 18 (2), 115 - 129.


  • Koss, M. P., Bachar, K. J., Hopkins, C. Q., and Carlson, C. (2004). Expanding a community's justice response to sex crimes through advocacy, prosecutorial, and public health collaboration: Introducing the RESTORE Program. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (12): 1435 - 1463.


  • *Koss, M. P., Koss, P. G., and Woodruff, W. J. (1990). Relation of criminal victimization to health perceptions among women medical patients. Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology, 58 (2): 147 - 152.


  • *Koss, M. P., Koss, P. G., and Woodruff, W. J. (1991). Deleterious effects of criminal victimization on women's health and medical utilization. Archives of Internal Medicine, 151 (2): 342 - 347.


  • *Koss, M. P., Woodruff, W. J. and Koss, P. G. (1991). Criminal victimization among primary care medical patients: Prevalence, incidence, and physician usage. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 9 (1): 85 - 96.


  • Lang, L. M., Stein, M. B., Kennedy, C. M., and Foy, D. M. (2004). Adult psychopathology and intimate partner violence among survivors of childhood maltreatment. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (10), 1102 - 1118.


  • Linares, L. O., Groves, B. M., Greenberg, J., Bronfman, E., Augustyn, M., and Zuckerman, B. (1999). Restraining orders: A frequent marker of adverse maternal health. Pediatrics, 104 249 - 257.


  • Logan, T. K. and Walker, R. (2004). Separation as a risk factor for victims of intimate partner violence: Beyond lethality and injury: A response to Campbell. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (12), 1478 - 1486.


  • Malcoe, L. H. and Duran, B. M. (2004). pdf document Intimate partner violence and injury in the lives of low-income Native American women. NCJ 199703. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Mechanic, M. B. (2004). Beyond PTSD: Mental health consequences of violence against women: A Response to Briere and Jordan. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (11): 1283 - 1289.


  • Nurius, P. S., Macy, R. J., Bhuyan, R., Holt, v. L., Kernic, M. A., and Rivara, F. P. (2003). Contextualizing depression and physical functioning in battered women: Adding vulnerability and resources to the analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (12), 1411 - 1431.


  • Parker, G. and Lee, C. (2002). Predictors of physical and emotional health in a sample of abused Australian women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 17: 987-1001.


  • Pignato, D. E. (2000). pdf document Chicago Women’s Health Risk Study at a glance. NCJ 187781. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Plichta, S. B. (2004). Intimate partner violence and physical health consequences: Policy and practice implications. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (11): 12069 - 1323.


  • Rodriguez, M. A., Sheldon, W., R., and Rao, N. (2002). Abused patient's attitudes about mandatory reporting of intimate partner abuse injuries to police. Women & Health, 35 (2/3), 71 - 81.


  • Saltzman, L. E., Mercy, J. A., O'Carroll, P. W., Rosenberg, M. L., and Rhodes, P. H. (1992). Weapon involvement and injury outcomes in family and intimate assaults. JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association, 273 (22), 1759 - 1762.


  • Sharhabani-Arzy, R., Amir, M., Kotler, M., and Liran, R. (2003). The toll of domestic violence: PTSD among battered women in an Israeli sample. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (11), 1335 - 1346.


  • Sharps, P. W., Koziol-McLain, J., Campbell, J. C., McFarlane, J., Sachs, C., and Xu, X. (2001). Health care provider's missed opportunities for preventing femicide. Journal of Preventive Medicine, 33: 373-380.


  • Sonis, J. (2008). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder does not increase recurrent intimate partner violence. Journal of Psychological Trauma, 6 (4), 27 - 48.


  • Straight, E. S., Harper, f. W. K., and Arias, I. (2003). The impact of partner psychological abuse on health behaviors and health status in college women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18 (9), 1035 - 1054.


  • Teitelman A. M., Dichter, M. E., Cederbaum, J. A, and Campbell, J. C. (2008). Intimate partner violence, condom use and HIV risk for adolescent girls: Gaps in the literature and future directions for research and intervention. Journal of HIV/AIDS Prevention in Children & Youth, 8 (2), 65 - 93.


  • Texas Women's University. (2003). pdf document Increasing victim safety and system accountability: Evaluating a collaborative intervention between health care and criminal justice. NCJ 201945. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • *Thompson, M. P., Saltzman, L. E., and Johnson, H. (2003). A comparison of risk factors for intimate partner violence-related injury across two national surveys on violence against women. Violence Against Women, 9 (4), 438 - 457.


  • Vohra-Gupta, S. (2008). The use of mental health services among victims of partner violence on college campuses. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 16 (4), 376 - 390.


  • Weaver, T. L., Turner, P. K., Schwarze, N., Thayer, C. A., and Carter-Sand, S. (2007). An exploratory examination of the meanings of residual injuries from intimate partner violence. Women & Health, 45 (3), 85 - 102.


  • Weaver, T. L. and Resnick, H. (2004). Toward developing complex multivariate models for examining the intimate partner violence-physical health relationship: Commentary on Plichta. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (11): 1342 - 1349.


  • Weiss, H. B. (2003). pdf document Pregnancy-associated assault hospitalizations in selected U.S. states, 1997: Exploring the incidence and risk for hospitalized assaults against women during pregnancy. NCJ 199442. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.


  • Woods, S. J. (2005). Intimate partner violence and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms in women: What we know and need to know. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (4), 394 - 402.


  • World Health Organization (1998). Violence against women: A priority health issue.


  • World Health Organization (2002). pdf document World report on violence and health.


  • World Health Organization (2005). pdf document WHO multi-country study on women's health and domestic violence against women.


  • Zink, T. and Putnam, F. (2005). Intimate partner violence research in the health care setting: What are appropriate and feasible methodological standards? Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (4), 365 - 372.




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    Sexual Violence Publications

  • Bal, S., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Crombez, G., and Van Oost, P. (2004). Differences in trauma symptoms and family functioning in intra- and extrafamilial sexually abused adolescents. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (1): 108 - 123.


  • Campbell, R., Patterson, D., Adams, A. E., Diegel, R., and Coats, S. (2008). Participatory evaluation project to measure SANE nursing practice and adult sexual assault patients' psychological well-being. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 4 (1): 19 - 28.


  • Danielson, C. K., McCart, M. R., de Arellano, M. A., Macdonald, A., Doherty, L. S., and Resnick, H. S. (2010). Risk reduction for substance use and trauma-related psychopathology in adolescent sexual assault victims: Findings from an open trial. Child Maltreatment, 15 (3), 261 - 268.


  • Garcia-Linares, M. I., Pico-Alfonso, M. A., Sanchez-Lorente, S., Savall-Rodriguez, F., Celda-Navarro, N., Blasco-Ross, C., and Martinez, M. (2005). Assessing physical, sexual, and psychological violence perpetrated by intimate male partners toward women: A Spanish cross-sectional study. Violence and Victims, 20 (1), 99 - 123.


  • *Koss, M. P., Koss, P. G., and Woodruff, W. J. (1991). Deleterious effects of criminal victimization on women's health and medical utilization. Archives of Internal Medicine, 151 (2): 342 - 347.


  • *Koss, M. P., Koss, P. G., and Woodruff, W. J. (1990). Relation of criminal victimization to health perceptions among women medical patients. Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology, 58 (2): 147 - 152.


  • *Koss, M. P., Woodruff, W. J. and Koss, P. G. (1991). Criminal victimization among primary care medical patients: Prevalence, incidence, and physician usage. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 9 (1): 85 - 96.


  • World Health Organization (1998). Violence against women: A priority health issue.


  • World Health Organization (2002). pdf document World report on violence and health.


  • Magid, D. J., Houry, D., Koepsell, T. D., Ziller, A., Soules, M. R., and Jenny, C. (2004). The epidemiology of female rape victims who seek immediate medical care: Temporal trends in the incidence of sexual assault and acquaintance rape. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (1): 3 - 12.


  • Weaver, T. L., Chard, K. M., Mechanic, M. B., and Etzel, J. C. (2004). Self-injurious behaviors, PTSD arousal, and general health complaints within a treatment-seeking sample of sexually abused women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19 (5): 558 - 575.




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    Stalking Publications

  • *Brewster, M. P. (2002). Trauma symptoms of former intimate stalking victims.   Women & Criminal Justice, 13 (2/3), 141 - 161.


  • *Davis, K. E., Coker, A. L., and Sanderson, M. (2002). Physical and mental health effects of being stalked for men and women. Violence And Victims, 17 (4): 429 - 443.




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