599Doctoral Research In Psychology
499Independent Research For The Masters Thesis
Sibling and dating violence; Child sexual abuse/sexual assault; Romantic relationships; Adolescent development; Family processes
Bohlin, L., Durwin, C. C., & Reese-Weber, M. (2012). EdPsych Modules (2nd Edition). New York: McGraw-Hill.
Reese-Weber, M., & Johnson, A. I. (2012). Examining dating violence from the relational context. In H. R. Cunningham and W. F. Berry (Eds.), Handbook on the Psychology of Violence. New York: Nova Publishing.
Reese-Weber, M. (2015). Intimacy, communication, and aggressive behaviors: Variations by phases of romantic relationship development. Personal Relationships,22, 204-215.
Reese-Weber, M., Kahn, J. H., & Nemecek, R. (in press). Topics of conflict in emerging adults’ romantic relationships. Emerging Adulthood.
Field, R. D., Tobin, R. M., & Reese-Weber, M. (2014). Agreeableness, social self-efficacy, and conflict resolution strategies. Journal of Individual Differences, 35(2), 95-102.
Lee, M., Reese-Weber, M., & Kahn, J. H. (2014). Exposure to family violence and attachment styles as predictors of dating violence perpetration among men and women: A mediational model. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29, 20-43. doi:10.1177/0886260513504644
Reese-Weber, M., & Smith, D. M. (2011). Outcomes of child sexual abuse as predictors of later sexual victimization. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26(9), 1884-1905.
Hoff, K., Reese-Weber, M., Schneider, W. J., & Stagg, J. (2009). The association between high status positions and aggressive behavior in early adolescence. Journal of School Psychology, 47, 395-426.
Reese-Weber, M. (2008). A new experimental method assessing attitudes toward adolescent dating and sibling violence using observations of violent interactions. Journal of Adolescence, 31, 857-876.
Hurley, L. & Reese-Weber, M. (2012). Conflict strategies and intimacy: Variations by romantic relationship development and gender. Interpersona, 6(2), 200-210.
Reese-Weber, M., & McBride, D. (2015). The effects of sexually-explicit literature on sexual behavior and desires. Psychology of Popular Media, 4, 251-257. doi: 10.1037/ppm0000044