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A sampling of the published writing and research of IEFV faculty.

  • Rinehart, J.K., Armstrong, K.S., Shields, R.T., & Letourneau, E.J. (in press). The effects of transfer laws on youth with sexual or robbery offenses. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 
  • Rinehart, J.K., Nason, E.E., Yeater, E.A., Miller, G.F., (2016).  Do some students need special protection from research on sex and trauma? New evidence for young adult resilience in “sensitive topics” research.  Journal of Sex Research19, 1-11.
  • Johnson, R.M., Parker, E.M., Rinehart, J.K., Nail, J., & Rothman, E. (2015). Neighborhood context and dating violence.  American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 49, 458-466.
  • Rinehart, J.K. & Yeater, E.A. (2015). Using cognitive theory and methodology to inform the study of sexual victimization. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 3-15.
  • Rinehart, J.K., Yeater, E.A., Musci, R.J., Letourneau, E.J., Lenberg, K.L. (2014). The role of ethnicity, sexual attitudes, and sexual behavior in sexual revictimization during the transition to emerging adulthood. Child Maltreatment, 19, 178-187.
  • Rinehart, J. K., & Yeater, E. A. (2012). The effects of male attractiveness on sexual risk perception. Violence Against Women, 18, 249-263.
  • Yeater, E.A., Miller, G., Rinehart, J.K, & Nason, E. (2012). Trauma and sex surveys meet minimal risk standards: Implications for Institutional Review Boards. Psychological Science, 23, 780-787.
  • Rinehart, J.K. & Yeater, E.A. (2011). A qualitative analysis of sexual victimization narratives. Violence Against Women, 17, 925-943.
  • Yeater, E.A., Hoyt, T., & Rinehart, J.K. (2008). Sexual assault prevention with college-aged women: Toward an individualized approach. The Journal of Behavior Analysis of Offender and Victim Treatment and Prevention, 1, 46-61.
  • Yeater, E.A., Lenberg, K.L., Avina, C., Rinehart, J.K., & O’Donahue, W.T. (2008). When social situations take a turn for the worse: Situational and interpersonal risk factors for sexual aggression. Sex Roles, 59, 151-163.

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