Independent Studies

Leah Behl (graduate student – clinical)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “Ethnicity in child maltreatment research: A content analysis.”

Leah Behl (graduate student – clinical)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “Belief in corporal punishment, stress, and physical child abuse potential.”

Angelique Frances (undergraduate – psychology)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “The child temperament study: An examination of information weighting in parents at risk for child physical abuse”

Jennifer Guimond (graduate student – clinical psychology)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “Psychosocial correlates of intimate partner violence and child physical abuse risk.”

Lauren Irwin (graduate student – social psychology)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “The Word Game: A new strategy for assessing aggression and schema accessibility in at-risk parents.”

Kami Minor (undergraduate student - psychology)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “Sexual assault and intimate partner violence: The combined effect on sexual functioning.”

Angela Neese (graduate student – clinical psychology)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “Encoding ambiguous child behaviors: Automatic information processing in high risk for CPA parents.”

Mandy Rabenhorst (post doc)

  • Advisor: Joel S. Milner
  • Title: :"Event-related potentials (N400) and semantic priming: Evidence for negative child-related schema in individuals at high risk for child physical abuse"

Adeya Richmond (graduate student – clinical psychology)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “Racial identity and trauma: Understanding the symptoms reported by African American victims.”

Chris Shelton (research assistant)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “Attentional control in parents at risk for child physical abuse”

Christine Valdez (graduate student - clinical psychology)

  • Advisor: Michelle Lilly 
  • Project title: “Revictimization and mental health: A follow-up study”

Brett Wells (graduate student – social psychology)

  • Advisor: Julie L. Crouch
  • Project title: “An examination of the reliability of the Child Abuse Potential inventory as completed by teen parents.”