9 Works

\"We Need More Resources\": Stories of QTPOC Survival in the South

Bethany Coston
While men’s sexual violence against women is unarguably a social and public health issue, both nationally representative data and smaller studies tell us that rates for LGBTQ+ individuals are equally or significantly higher. Despite this, there remains little structural support for LGBTQ+ survivors. This paper highlights the voices of 38 QTPOC-identified (queer and trans people of color) Southerners who have experienced sexual violence and came together across three focus groups to detail recount their interactions...

Post-Intimate Partner Violence Difficulty Sleeping, Perceived Mental Health, and PTSD Among Heterosexual and Bisexual Women in the United States

Bethany Coston
Using data from the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence survey, this paper examines the relationship between sexuality and mental health outcomes in survivors of intimate partner violence. Findings indicate that heterosexual/straight women abused by women and bisexual women abused by women are significantly more likely to report current difficulty sleeping, while heterosexual/straight women abused by women and bisexual women abused by men are more likely to self-rate their overall mental health as poor (versus...

Model Fit Estimation for Multilevel Structural Equation Models

Lance Rappaport, Ananda Amstadter & Michael Neale

Hackathon Support

Margaret Henderson
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Mental Health Outcomes of Intimate Partner Violence Among a United States-Representative Group of Diverse Disabled Women

Bethany Coston
Using data from the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (2010) and theoretically informed by lifecourse and intersectionality perspectives, this paper confirms that disabled women are both more likely to experience intimate partner violence and post-victimization negative mental health outcomes; however, race ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, income and region do not impact these outcomes, while educational attainment does. Specifically, higher educated disabled women are significantly more likely to report negative post-traumatic impacts. Suggestions include...

Longevity in a population of aged mice

Richard Costanzo, Maggie Sager & Thien Nguyen
This project contains data and analysis of longevity from a colony of P2 (P2-IRES-tau lacZ) transgenic mice maintained over a time period of 16 years. P2 mice allow for the labeling of a specific (P2) odorant receptor type and have been used extensively in studies of the olfactory system. A manuscript summarizing the longevity data was submitted to the journal "Chemical Senses" in 2014. The journal editors considered the work as "outside the scope of...

Reproducibility Project: Psychology

Christopher Anderson, Joanna Anderson, Marcel van Assen, Peter Attridge, Angela Attwood, Jordan Axt, Molly Babel, Štěpán Bahník, Erica Baranski, Michael Barnett-Cowan, Elizabeth Bartmess, Jennifer Beer, Raoul Bell, Heather Bentley, Don van den Bergh, Leah Beyan, Bobby den Bezemer, Denny Borsboom, Annick Bosch, Frank Bosco, Sara Bowman, Mark Brandt, Erin Braswell, Hilmar Brohmer, Benjamin Brown … & James Grange
Reproducibility is a defining feature of science, but the extent to which it characterizes current research is unknown. We conducted replications of 100 experimental and correlational studies published in three psychology journals using high-powered designs and original materials when available.

A Network Approach to the Five-Facet Model of Mindfulness: Insights from Gaussian Graphical and Directed Acyclic Graph Models

Alexandre Heeren, Séverine Lannoy, Charlotte Coussement, Yorgo Hoebeke, Alice Verschuren, M. Blanchard, Nadia Chakroun-Baggioni, Pierre Philippot & Fabien Gierski
Despite the large-scale dissemination of mindfulness-based interventions, debates persist about the very nature of mindfulness. To date, one of the dominant views is the five-facet approach, which suggests that mindfulness includes five facets (i.e., Observing, Describing, Nonjudging, Nonreactivity, and Acting with Awareness). However, uncertainty remains regarding the potential interplay between these facets. In this study, we investigated the five-facet model via network analysis in an unselected sample (n = 1,704). We used two distinct computational...

Raw data from the Human Penguin Project

Hu Chuan-Peng, Ji-Xing Yin, Siegwart Lindenberg, Ilker Dalgar, Sophia Weissgerber, Rodrigo Vergara, Athena Cairo, Marija Čolić, Pinar Dursun, Natalia Frankowska, Rhonda Hadi, Calvin Hall, Youngki Hong, Jennifer Joy-Gaba, Dusanka Lazarevic, Ljiljana Lazarevic, Michal Parzuchowski, Kyle Ratner, David Rothman, Samantha Sim, Claudia Simão, Mengdi Song, Darko Stojilović, Johanna Blomster Lyshol, Rodrigo Brito … & Hans IJzerman

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  • 2018

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