Published on in Vol 16, No 9 (2014): September

A Web-Based Sexual Violence Bystander Intervention for Male College Students: Randomized Controlled Trial

A Web-Based Sexual Violence Bystander Intervention for Male College Students: Randomized Controlled Trial

A Web-Based Sexual Violence Bystander Intervention for Male College Students: Randomized Controlled Trial

Journals

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  2. Donne M, DeLaCruz K, Khan K, Diaz W, Salcedo J, English S, Banyard V, Stephenson R, Haviland M, Frye V. Urban Commuter Campus Students’ Perspectives on Sexual Violence: Implications for Response and Prevention. Journal of Urban Health 2020;97(1):137 View
  3. Senn C, Eliasziw M, Hobden K, Newby-Clark I, Barata P, Radtke H, Thurston W. Secondary and 2-Year Outcomes of a Sexual Assault Resistance Program for University Women. Psychology of Women Quarterly 2017;41(2):147 View
  4. Sivertsen B, Nielsen M, Madsen I, Knapstad M, Lønning K, Hysing M. Sexual harassment and assault among university students in Norway: a cross-sectional prevalence study. BMJ Open 2019;9(6):e026993 View
  5. Davis K, Gulati N, Neilson E, Stappenbeck C. Men’s Coercive Condom Use Resistance: The Roles of Sexual Aggression History, Alcohol Intoxication, and Partner Condom Negotiation. Violence Against Women 2018;24(11):1349 View
  6. Kettrey H, Marx R, Tanner‐Smith E. Effects of bystander programs on the prevention of sexual assault among adolescents and college students: A systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews 2019;15(1-2) View
  7. Hines D, Palm Reed K. Bystander Prevention of Sexual and Dating Violence: An Experimental Evaluation of Online and In-Person Bystander Intervention Programs. Partner Abuse 2017;8(4):331 View
  8. Berry-Cabán C, Orchowski L, Wimsatt M, Winstead T, Klaric J, Prisock K, Metzger E, Kazemi D. Perceived and Collective Norms Associated with Sexual Violence among Male Soldiers. Journal of Family Violence 2020;35(4):339 View
  9. Powers R, Leili J. Bar Training for Active Bystanders: Evaluation of a Community-Based Bystander Intervention Program. Violence Against Women 2018;24(13):1614 View
  10. Dauber M, Warner M. Legal and Political Responses to Campus Sexual Assault. Annual Review of Law and Social Science 2019;15(1):311 View
  11. Eisenberg M, Lust K, Mathiason M, Porta C. Sexual Assault, Sexual Orientation, and Reporting Among College Students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2021;36(1-2):62 View
  12. Beres M, Treharne G, Stojanov Z. A whole campus approach to sexual violence: the University of Otago Model. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 2019;41(6):646 View
  13. Schipani-McLaughlin A, Salazar L, Vivolo-Kantor A. The relationship between binge drinking and prosocial bystander behavior among college men. Journal of American College Health 2020;68(6):570 View
  14. Wekerle C, Vakili N, Stewart S, Black T. The utility of Twitter as a tool for increasing reach of research on sexual violence. Child Abuse & Neglect 2018;85:220 View
  15. Gilmore A, Maples-Keller J, Pinsky H, Shepard M, Lewis M, George W. Is the Use of Protective Behavioral Strategies Associated With College Sexual Assault Victimization? A Prospective Examination. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2018;33(17):2664 View
  16. Bush H, Bell S, Coker A. Measurement of Bystander Actions in Violence Intervention Evaluation: Opportunities and Challenges. Current Epidemiology Reports 2019;6(2):208 View
  17. Salazar L, Vivolo-Kantor A, McGroarty-Koon K. Formative Research With College Men to Inform Content and Messages for a Web-Based Sexual Violence Prevention Program. Health Communication 2017;32(9):1133 View
  18. Gable S, Lamb S, Brodt M, Atwell L. Intervening in a “Sketchy Situation”: Exploring the Moral Motivations of College Bystanders of Sexual Assault. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2021;36(1-2):NP311 View
  19. Haikalis M, Leone R, Parrott D, DiLillo D. Sexual Assault Survivor Reports of Missed Bystander Opportunities: The Role of Alcohol, Sexual Objectification, and Relational Factors. Violence Against Women 2018;24(10):1232 View
  20. Cusack S, Bourdon J, Bountress K, Saunders T, Kendler K, Dick D, Amstadter A. Prospective Predictors of Sexual Revictimization Among College Students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2019:088626051984968 View
  21. Phares T, Sherin K, Harrison S, Mitchell C, Freeman R, Lichtenberg K. Intimate Partner Violence Screening and Intervention: The American College of Preventive Medicine Position Statement. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2019;57(6):862 View
  22. Decker K, Hensel D, Fasone L. Outcomes of a Bystander Intervention Community Health Service-Learning Project. Nurse Educator 2016;41(3):147 View
  23. Orchowski L, Edwards K, Hollander J, Banyard V, Senn C, Gidycz C. Integrating Sexual Assault Resistance, Bystander, and Men’s Social Norms Strategies to Prevent Sexual Violence on College Campuses: A Call to Action. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 2020;21(4):811 View
  24. Sales J, Krause K. Schools must include faculty and staff in sexual violence prevention efforts. Journal of American College Health 2017;65(8):585 View
  25. Yount K, Minh T, Trang Q, Cheong Y, Bergenfeld I, Sales J. Preventing sexual violence in college men: a randomized-controlled trial of GlobalConsent. BMC Public Health 2020;20(1) View
  26. Freeman R. Guest Editor’s Introduction. Violence Against Women 2018;24(10):1115 View
  27. Zinzow H, Thompson M. Beliefs About Consent and Sexual Assault Perpetration in a Longitudinal Study of College Men. Violence and Victims 2019;34(3):548 View
  28. Salazar L, Swartout K, Swahn M, Bellis A, Carney J, Vagi K, Lokey C. Precollege Sexual Violence Perpetration and Associated Risk and Protective Factors Among Male College Freshmen in Georgia. Journal of Adolescent Health 2018;62(3):S51 View
  29. Klein L, Graham L, Treves-Kagan S, Deck P, DeLong S, Martin S. Leveraging Data to Strengthen Campus Sexual Assault Policies. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2018;33(21):3298 View
  30. Holtzman M, Menning C. Developments in Sexual Assault Resistance Education: Combining Risk Reduction and Primary Prevention. Journal of Applied Social Science 2019;13(1):7 View
  31. Tait R, Lenton S. Online alcohol interventions, sexual violence and intimate partner violence: A systematic review. Internet Interventions 2015;2(2):152 View
  32. Rothman E, Paruk J, Banyard V. The escalation dating abuse workshop for college students: Results of an efficacyRCT. Journal of American College Health 2018;66(6):519 View
  33. Zapp D, Buelow R, Soutiea L, Berkowitz A, DeJong W. Exploring the Potential Campus-Level Impact of Online Universal Sexual Assault Prevention Education. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2021;36(5-6):NP2324 View
  34. Graham L, Embry V, Young B, Macy R, Moracco K, Reyes H, Martin S. Evaluations of Prevention Programs for Sexual, Dating, and Intimate Partner Violence for Boys and Men: A Systematic Review. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 2021;22(3):439 View
  35. Jouriles E, Krauss A, Vu N, Banyard V, McDonald R. Bystander programs addressing sexual violence on college campuses: A systematic review and meta-analysis of program outcomes and delivery methods. Journal of American College Health 2018;66(6):457 View
  36. Abramsky T, Musuya T, Namy S, Watts C, Michau L. Changing the norms that drive intimate partner violence: findings from a cluster randomised trial on what predisposes bystanders to take action in Kampala, Uganda. BMJ Global Health 2018;3(6):e001109 View
  37. Orchowski L. “Trouble in Paradigm” and the Social Norms Approach to Violence Prevention. Violence Against Women 2019;25(14):1672 View
  38. Sell N, Turrisi R, Scaglione N, Cleveland M, Mallett K. Alcohol Consumption and Use of Sexual Assault and Drinking Protective Behavioral Strategies. Psychology of Women Quarterly 2018;42(1):62 View
  39. Coker A, Bush H, Brancato C, Huang Z, Clear E, Follingstad D. Longer Term Impact of Bystander Training to Reduce Violence Acceptance and Sexism. Journal of School Violence 2020;19(4):525 View
  40. Salazar L, Vivolo-Kantor A, Schipani-McLaughlin A. Theoretical Mediators of RealConsent: A Web-Based Sexual Violence Prevention and Bystander Education Program. Health Education & Behavior 2019;46(1):79 View
  41. Burns V, Eaton A, Long H, Zapp D. Exploring the Role of Race and Gender on Perceived Bystander Ability and Intent: Findings Before and After Exposure to an Online Training Program to Prevent Sexual Assault on Campus. Violence Against Women 2019;25(8):999 View
  42. Kaufman M, Tsang S, Sabri B, Budhathoki C, Campbell J. Health and academic consequences of sexual victimisation experiences among students in a university setting. Psychology & Sexuality 2019;10(1):56 View
  43. Leone R, Parrott D. Male Role Norms, Heavy Drinking, and Bystander Behavior for Sexual Aggression. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2019:088626051985122 View
  44. Graham L, Treves-Kagan S, Magee E, DeLong S, Ashley O, Macy R, Martin S, Moracco K, Bowling J. Sexual Assault Policies and Consent Definitions: A Nationally Representative Investigation of U.S. Colleges and Universities. Journal of School Violence 2017;16(3):243 View
  45. Waterman E, Edwards K, Rodriguez L, Ullman S, Dardis C. Predictors of uptake and retention in an intervention to improve social reactions to disclosures of sexual assault and partner abuse. Journal of American College Health 2020:1 View
  46. Grace-Farfaglia P. Social Cognitive Theories and Electronic Health Design: Scoping Review. JMIR Human Factors 2019;6(3):e11544 View
  47. Parrott D, Swartout K, Tharp A, Purvis D, Topalli V. Speak Up! Prosocial Intervention Verbalizations Predict Successful Bystander Intervention for a Laboratory Analogue of Sexual Aggression. Sexual Abuse 2020;32(2):220 View
  48. Mercer Kollar L, Peng L, Ports K, Shen L. Who Will Be a Bystander? An Exploratory Study of First-Person Perception Effects on Campus Bystander Behavioral Intentions. Journal of Family Violence 2020;35(6):647 View
  49. Kettrey H, Marx R. Does the Gendered Approach of Bystander Programs Matter in the Prevention of Sexual Assault Among Adolescents and College Students? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Archives of Sexual Behavior 2019;48(7):2037 View
  50. Decker M, Littleton H. Sexual Revictimization Among College Women: A Review Through an Ecological Lens. Victims & Offenders 2018;13(4):558 View
  51. Krause K, Miedema S, Woofter R, Yount K. Feminist Research with Student Activists: Enhancing Campus Sexual Assault Research. Family Relations 2017;66(1):211 View
  52. McKool M, Freire K, Basile K, Jones K, Klevens J, DeGue S, Smith S. A Process for Identifying Indicators With Public Data: An Example From Sexual Violence Prevention. American Journal of Evaluation 2020;41(4):510 View
  53. Bonar E, DeGue S, Abbey A, Coker A, Lindquist C, McCauley H, Miller E, Senn C, Thompson M, Ngo Q, Cunningham R, Walton M. Prevention of sexual violence among college students: Current challenges and future directions. Journal of American College Health 2020:1 View
  54. Lange E, Young S. Gender-based violence as difficult knowledge: pedagogies for rebalancing the masculine and the feminine. International Journal of Lifelong Education 2019;38(3):301 View
  55. Schwinn T, Thom B, Schinke S, Hopkins J. Preventing Drug Use Among Sexual-Minority Youths: Findings From a Tailored, Web-Based Intervention. Journal of Adolescent Health 2015;56(5):571 View
  56. Jouriles E, Sargent K, Salis K, Caiozzo C, Rosenfield D, Cascardi M, Grych J, O’Leary K, McDonald R. TakeCARE, a Video to Promote Bystander Behavior on College Campuses: Replication and Extension. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2020;35(23-24):5652 View
  57. Beshers S, DiVita M. Changes in Rape Myth Acceptance Among Undergraduates: 2010 to 2017. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2019:088626051986715 View
  58. Hines D, Bishop L, Palm Reed K. Differential Gender Responses to an Empathy Component of a Sexual Assault Prevention Program. Violence and Victims 2019;34(3):397 View
  59. Casey E, Carlson J, Two Bulls S, Yager A. Gender Transformative Approaches to Engaging Men in Gender-Based Violence Prevention: A Review and Conceptual Model. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 2018;19(2):231 View
  60. Bush H, Davidov D, Brancato C, Clear E, Coker A. The Opportunity – VAWA 2013 Reauthorization Provides a Natural Experiment for Bystander Efficacy Evaluation. Journal of Family Violence 2020;35(6):563 View
  61. Hayes B, O’Neal E, Meeker K, Steele S, Brady P, Bills M. Assessing online strategies aimed at enhancing campus safety. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research 2018;10(2):112 View
  62. Coker A. Commentary on Katz’s Bystander Training as Leadership Training. Violence Against Women 2018;24(15):1777 View
  63. Orchowski L, Gidycz C, Kraft K. Resisting Unwanted Sexual and Social Advances: Perspectives of College Women and Men. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2021;36(7-8):NP4049 View
  64. Davidov D, Bush H, Clear E, Coker A. Using a Multiphase Mixed Methods Triangulation Design to Measure Bystander Intervention Components and Dose of Violence Prevention Programs on College Campuses. Journal of Family Violence 2020;35(6):551 View
  65. Kettrey H, Marx R. Effects of bystander sexual assault prevention programs on promoting intervention skills and combatting the bystander effect: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Experimental Criminology 2020 View
  66. Graham L, Casey E, Carlson J. Gender Matters: Infusing a Gender Analysis into the “Healthy Development of All Youth” Grand Challenge. Social Work 2021;65(4):325 View
  67. Azimi A, Fleming J, Hayes B. Victimization Prevention and Awareness on College Campuses: Interconnection Between Title IX and #MeToo. American Journal of Criminal Justice 2021;46(1):33 View
  68. Ebers A, Thomsen S. Benefit–Cost Analysis of Social Media Facilitated Bystander Programs. Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 2021;12(2):367 View
  69. Pérez-Martínez V, Marcos-Marcos J, Cerdán-Torregrosa A, Briones-Vozmediano E, Sanz-Barbero B, Davó-Blanes M, Daoud N, Edwards C, Salazar M, La Parra-Casado D, Vives-Cases C. Positive Masculinities and Gender-Based Violence Educational Interventions Among Young People: A Systematic Review. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 2021:152483802110302 View
  70. Philyaw-Kotov M, Walton M, Brenneman B, Gleckman-Krut M, Davis A, Bonar E. What undergraduates want in campus sexual assault prevention programming: Findings from a formative research study. Journal of American College Health 2021:1 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Mouilso E, Wilson L. Handbook of Sexual Assault and Sexual Assault Prevention. View
  2. Bell S, Coker A, Clear E. Handbook of Sexual Assault and Sexual Assault Prevention. View
  3. Daigle L, Azimi A. Handbook of Interpersonal Violence and Abuse Across the Lifespan. View
  4. Vechiu C. Handbook of Sexual Assault and Sexual Assault Prevention. View
  5. Azimi A, Daigle L. Preventing Crime and Violence. View
  6. Banyard V. Toward the Next Generation of Bystander Prevention of Sexual and Relationship Violence. View
  7. Testa M, Livingston J. Sexual Assault Risk Reduction and Resistance. View
  8. Taylor B, Mumford E. Handbook of Interpersonal Violence and Abuse Across the Lifespan. View
  9. Banyard V. Toward the Next Generation of Bystander Prevention of Sexual and Relationship Violence. View
  10. Banyard V. Toward the Next Generation of Bystander Prevention of Sexual and Relationship Violence. View
  11. Brem M, Florimbio A, Grigorian H, Elmquist J, Wolford-Clevenger C, Stuart G. Adolescent Dating Violence. View