Joyce Lee, Sara Stein (PhD students), Mieko Yoshihama, Shawna Lee, Andy Grogan-Kaylor, Fatmeh Baidoun Present at 6th Annual Society for Advancement of Violence and Injury Research National Conference
September 23, 2017
The following individuals presented posters at the 6th Annual Society for Advancement of Violence and Injury Research National Conference:
Joyce Lee (PhD student) and Associate Professor Shawna Lee presented, "Child emotional insecurity mediates the longitudinal relations between intimate partner violence, destructive parental conflict, and children's behavior problems."
Professor Mieko Yoshihama and Fatmeh Baidoun (research assistant) presented, "Generating socioculturally relevant strategies to prevent intimate partner violence through theater."
Professor Mieko Yoshihama presented, "Preventing Gender-based Violence in the Wake of Major Disaster."
Joyce Lee (PhD student) presented, "Constructive and Destructive Interparental Conflict and Intimate Partner Violence as Predictors of Emotional Insecurity and Behavior Problems among Vulnerable Families with Young Children."
Sara Stein (PhD student) and Associate Professor Andy Grogan-Kaylor presented, “Contributions to Depressed Affect in violence-exposed Latina Women: Examining the Effectiveness of the Moms’ Empowerment Program.”
Sara Stein (PhD student) presented, “Psychosocial Correlates of Physical Violence Perpetration and Sexual Coercion Among At-Risk Emerging Adults.”
Sara Stein (PhD student) presented, “Correlates of Digital Dating Violence Among High-risk Emerging Adults.”
Sara Stein (PhD student) presented, “The role of mindfulness in physical dating violence, injuring a partner and psychological dating violence.”