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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Best violence research of 2011: Selections from an invited panel of researchers2012White, Jacquelyn W.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
A content analysis of local media framing of intimate partner violence2019Kelly, Joy VictoriaFacultyCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
The costs of recovery: Intimate partner violence survivors’ experiences of financial recover...2017Hunnicutt, Gwendolyn CFacultySociology, UNCG
The costs of recovery: Intimate partner violence survivors’ experiences of financial recover...2017Murray, Christine E.FacultyCenter for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships, UNCG
The costs of recovery: Intimate partner violence survivors’ experiences of financial recover...2017Lundgren, Kristine FacultyCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
The costs of recovery: Intimate partner violence survivors’ experiences of financial recover...2017Olson, Loreen FacultyCommunication Studies, UNCG
Counseling advocacy competencies in action: Lessons learned through the See the Triumph camp...2016Murray, Christine E.FacultyCenter for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships, UNCG
Counselors' Attributions of Blame Toward Female Survivors of Battering2017Murray, Christine E.FacultyCenter for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships, UNCG
Counselors' Attributions of Blame Toward Female Survivors of Battering2017Borders, L. DiAnneFacultyCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Domestic Violence Service Providers’ Perceptions of Safety Planning: a Focus Group Study2015Murray, Christine E.FacultyCenter for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships, UNCG
Domestic Violence Service Providers’ Technology Readiness and Information Needs2015Murray, Christine E.FacultyCenter for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships, UNCG
Domestic Violence Service Providers’ Technology Readiness and Information Needs2015Chow, Anthony Shong-YuFacultyLibrary and Information Studies, UNCG
Domestic Violence Training Experiences and Needs Among Mental Health Professionals: Implicat...2016Murray, Christine E.FacultyCenter for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships, UNCG
Dreaming after trauma: exploring the relationship of replicative and recurrent posttraumatic...2015Wagener, Alwin E.StudentCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Effect of an In-Clinic IPV Advocate Intervention to Increase Help Seeking, Reduce Violence, ...2012Smith, Paige HallFacultyPublic Health Education, UNCG
Empirical Research About Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence: A Methodological Review2009Murray, Christine E.FacultyCenter for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships, UNCG
Empirical Research About Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence: A Methodological Review2009Mobley, A. KeithFacultyCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Ethnic Minority Women’s Experiences with Intimate Partner Violence: Using Community-Based Pa...2012White, Jacquelyn W.FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Exploring correlates of probably traumatic brain injury among intimate partner violence surv...2019Hunnicutt, Gwendolyn CFacultySociology, UNCG
Exploring correlates of probably traumatic brain injury among intimate partner violence surv...2019Murray, Christine E.FacultyCenter for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships, UNCG
Exploring correlates of probably traumatic brain injury among intimate partner violence surv...2019Lundgren, Kristine FacultyCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Exploring correlates of probably traumatic brain injury among intimate partner violence surv...2019Olson, Loreen FacultyCommunication Studies, UNCG
Exploring experiences of disclosure for transgender and nonbinary survivors of abuse2017Kurdyla, Victoria A.StudentSociology, UNCG
How can we end the stigma surrounding domestic and sexual violence? A modified Delphi study ...2015Murray, Christine E.FacultyCenter for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships, UNCG
Intimate Partner Violence and Disabilities among Women Attending Family Practice Clinics2005Smith, Paige HallFacultyPublic Health Education, UNCG